Life Coaching: A Cognitive-Behavioural Approach

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Index

a
abandonment 110 , 115
ABC model 29 , 31 , 48 , 51 , 116
ABODE model 35
abusive comments 99 , 127
acceptance 80 ;
see also self-acceptance
achievement of goals 47 , 122 , 142 , 165 , 168 ;
chosen solution to 37 ;
difficulty in 57 ;
effort involved in 43 ;
failure 74 ;
help in 31 , 52 , 55
acknowledgement 101
activating events 86 , 87
activities 14 , 56 , 57 , 59 , 61 , 162 ;
failing at 83 ;
fulfilling 165 ;
important 62 , 63 , 65 ;
priority 63-4 ;
social 166
acts of commission 18-19 , 116
acts of omission 18 , 19
Adair, J. 65
adaptation 120
addiction 75 , 77
adverse events 166
affective shift 53
aggression 14 , 47 , 104-5 , 106
agitation 16 , 29 , 50
agreement 97 , 114
aims 66
Alberti, R.E. 103
alcohol 26 , 59 , 75 , 95
alienation 21
all-or-nothing thinking 5
aloofness 21
ambivalence 78
anger 2 , 3 , 14-16 , 22 , 27 , 30 , 50 , 54 , 91 , 93 , 113 , 140 , 167 ;
assertion training and 103 ;
damning 109 ;
dysfunctional or counterproductive 31 ;
ego defensive 92 ;
flashes of 55 ;
frequency of 80 ;
increase in 166 ;
learning to put up with 51 ;
prolonged 28 ;
quick slip into 106 ;
‘rightness’ of 32 ;
standing up for one’s rights with(out) 104 ;
sulky 21 ;
unassertiveness and 111
annoyance 113
ANTS (Beck) 3-5
anxiety 1-5passim,9 , 10-12 , 17 , 110 , 133 ;
assertion training and 103 ;
intense 18 , 48 ;
out of sight 42 ;
partnership 141 , 143-4 ;
provoking 3 , 48 , 80 ;
rising 29
appraisal 99 , 162 ;
negative 4 ;
non-extreme 5
apprehension 50 , 112 , 117 , 155
approval 88-90 , 108 ;
of others 97 , 126 , 144 , 154 , 160 , 162 ;
withdrawal of 106 ;
see also disapproval
Arnold, J. 71 , 127 , 142
arousal 19 , 31 ;
physiological 109
Arroba, T.Y. 127
Asch, S. 162
assertiveness 16 , 22 , 37 , 94 , 101 , 103-18 , 141 ;
see also unassertiveness
Atkinson, J.M. 65

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgement vii
  • Preface ix
  • Chapter 1 - Dealing with Troublesome Emotions 1
  • Chapter 2 - Problem-Creating Vs Problem-Solving 26
  • Chapter 3 - Overcoming Procrastination 41
  • Chapter 4 - Time Management 56
  • Chapter 5 - Persistence 71
  • Chapter 6 - Dealing with Criticism 86
  • Chapter 7 - Assertiveness 103
  • Chapter 8 - Taking Risks and Making Decisions 119
  • Chapter 9 - Understanding the Personal Change Process 137
  • Chapter 10 - Putting It All Together 159
  • References 169
  • Index 177
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