21 March 2017.
Manufactured by - Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre

Social anxiety is a common and painful problem that makes it hard for individuals to interact comfortably with others. It can interfere with many aspects of people’s lives. This booklet explains how to overcome the problem using cognitive behavioural methods. The ideas in it are designed to help people become less self-conscious and more confident. They are clearly described, so that they can be applied in many different situations. Readers have found that using them helps to make their social lives more relaxed and enjoyable.

Author: Gillian Butler is a consultant clinical psychologist and cognitive therapist who helped to develop effective treatments for anxiety. She has been pleased to discover that many more people can be helped, and can also learn how to help themselves, when these treatments are made widely available and easy to understand.

Menstrual Matters highly recommends this booklet because social anxiety is a very common chronic ill-health condition. This booklet is both effective, and affordable!

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