SOS Help for Emotions

Posted by Rex Alexander on Tue 11 Jun 24 in Books & Media, bookshop, Emotions |


SOS Help for Emotions:
Managing Anxiety, Anger, and Depression

by Lynn Clark

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We all have feelings, it’s what we do with them that counts. Using the techniques and tools of cognitive behavioral approaches and Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy, Lynn Clark can help anyone learn to manage their troublesome emotions for a happier, more peaceful life. SOS Help for Emotions teaches adult readers what to do to manage feelings in ways that don’t get them in trouble or hurt others. Concepts include: 11 common irrational beliefs and self-talk 10 cognitive distortions 5-step self-analysis and improvement process 5 “hot” connecting links 4 anger myths 3 major “musts” that shape our irrational behaviors self help sections for anxiety, anger, & depression An essential book for anyone teaching anger management and emotional skills. From Parents Press



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Lynn Clark

Lynn Clark, PhD.Author, Clinical Psychologist, and father of two sonI live in Bowling Green, Kentucky .

Lynn says: I am am Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky where I taught in the Department of Psychology for over 30 years. Also, I have taught counseling courses in Germany and Italy as an Adjunct Professor of Education for Boston University. For a year I traveled the country giving seminars for mental health professionals and educators.

I have used most all of the techniques described in SOS Help For Parents with my own two sons as they were growing up. When they were older, I taught them the principles of cognitive behavior therapy (including the ABC’s of Emotions), now described in SOS Help For Emotions.

My professional experience includes work in community mental health centers, hospitals, counseling centers, and community agencies. I am a member of the American Psychological Association and the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT).

My Ph.D. is in Counseling Psychology from The University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas, a program approved by the American Psychological Association. I received traineeship and internship training in Veterans Hospitals in Topeka, Kansas, Leavenworth, Kansas, and Kansas City, Missouri. SOS Programs & Parents Press is a publishing company which I founded.

Contact Dr. Clark
Phone 1-800-576-1582 (toll free U.S. & Canada), 



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