The Social Anxiety Workbook for Work, Public & Social Life: Strategies to Decrease Shyness and Increase Confidence in Any Situation
The Social Anxiety Workbook is the most accessible workbook for individuals with social anxiety to learn powerful strategies for overcoming fear, building confidence, and navigating everyday challenges.
Social anxiety be difficult to overcome and significantly affect how you function in your daily life. The Social Anxiety Workbook is a practical guide for building the skills that will make it easier to manage the common thoughts, feelings, and behaviors associated with social anxiety, as well as powerful strategies to decrease social anxiety and increase your confidence.
In The Social Anxiety Workbook, licensed clinical psychologist David Shanley delivers evidence-based techniques that he has used to help clients make significant gains in their lives. Having lived with and overcome social anxiety in his own life as well, Dr. Shanley offers a uniquely compassionate approach that will help you feel supported as you learn to manage your social anxiety and reclaim control of your life.
Applicable to resolving specific situations or addressing your social anxiety as a whole, The Social Anxiety Workbook delivers:
- Explanations of social anxiety organized by life’s 3 major areas―social life, at work, and out in public situations―as well as the background information you need to understand social anxiety symptoms and how best to take them on.
- Effective, cutting-edge techniques for managing social anxiety that reflect the latest behavioral science research such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).
- An anti-anxiety toolkit filled with exercises, worksheets, and real-world examples that will help you progress and build confidence as you continue to work through your social anxiety.
With the effective strategies and essential support that you’ll find in The Social Anxiety Workbook you’ll learn to try new activities, build self-confidence, and develop new friendships and other close relationships that your social anxiety has always prevented you from exploring.