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The Self-Talk Journals
Overcome Negative Self-Talk
Learn How to Harness Your Inner Voice
Gain Control Over Your Inner Critic
Includes Access to over 21 hours of therapist-led guided follow-along videos.
Includes Access to over 21 hours of
therapist-led guided follow-along videos.
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Harness your inner voice to combat anxiety, improve your physical and mental health, and deepen your relationships with others. This 3-part series is a science-backed guide to gain an understanding of and control over the critical voice in your head.
Over the course of 13 weeks you’ll learn how to utilize powerful tools and techniques, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to transform the way you interpret the world.
Used and trusted by therapist and universities
What a terrific accomplishment you’ve made! It’s a wonderful tool, and I’ve found it useful for me in several ways! I will absolutely be recommending this to my colleagues and to my clients.
DR. MARISA TOMASIC | PSYCHOLOGIST
How The Self-Talk Journal Works
Unbox and Scan
Scan the QR code to access your videos and start your transformation with confidence, knowing you're supported every step of the way.
Our expert therapist will guide you through each day's theme, providing insightful perspectives and actionable advice.
Discover a New You
Track your progress, celebrate your transformation, and take pride in the steps you take each day.
6 Core Ingredients Of
The Self-Talk Journal Series
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy-based Prompts
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is aimed at striking balance between how individuals think, feel, and act, which can resolve and mitigate feelings of stress and anxiety.
The Self-Talk Journal integrates CBT-focused techniques and activities, like thought records and reframing, to help individuals challenge negative self-talk and instill more objective and positive self-talk.
This is a type of therapy that focuses on the stories we tell ourselves about our lives and identities.
The Self-Talk Journal utilizes narrative therapy techniques to help readers identify and challenge negative self-talk to cultivate a more positive self-narrative.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) Techniques
DBT is a type of therapy that focuses on developing skills for emotional regulation, distress tolerance, mindfulness, and interpersonal effectiveness.
The Self-Talk Journal teaches DBT skills to help individuals navigate conflicting or contradictory self-beliefs and to foster a more positive inner voice.
Identifying Cognitive Distortions
Cognitive distortions, or thinking traps, are patterns of biased or distorted thinking that can lead to negative emotions, unhelpful behaviors, and inaccurate perceptions of reality. These traps can influence how we interpret events, situations, and information around us.
The Self-Talk Journal brings awareness to these thinking traps to help challenge and correct distorted thoughts, leading to more accurate and balanced thinking.
Combat Automatic Negative Thoughts (ANTs)
ANTs are the negative thoughts that pop up automatically in response to a situation, often without our awareness, and can reinforce negative self-talk and contribute to low mood.
The Self-Talk Journal helps readers identify when ANTs occur and delivers strategies for combating them.
Positive reframing involves looking at a difficult situation from a more positive perspective.
The Self-Talk journal teaches readers strategies and skills to help reframe negative self-talk and develop a more positive self-narrative.