||In addition to this, where appropriate, they provide do-it-yourself Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) This is the only form of “talking” therapy which has been proved to work (psychoanalysis is a wonderful hobby for the rich but there is precious little evidence to suggest that it has ever actually helped anyone). Your chances of being sent to a CBT therapist by your doctor are very slim, however, as there are far too few of them. So these books are intended to be practical as well as informative.
This series of books was first published in 2004 but Use Your Brain to Beat Memory Loss (the only one of the series that I wrote myself) has since been re-issued under the title Beat Memory Loss in this rather more striking jacket:
Amazon, bless ‘em, are trying to flog you both editions in a single package. Much as I’d appreciate the double royalties I suggest you resist the offer.
The US edition is still available under the title Mapping the Memory (see cover design at the top of this page).