About Bret Moore, Psy.D.
Dr. Moore is a board-certified clinical psychologist in San Antonio, TX. His recent book Taking Control of Anxiety: Small Steps for Getting the Best of Worry, Stress, and Fear was developed as a self-help guide for people struggling with anxiety and for therapists to use with their patients.
You can purchase it here: http://apa.org/pubs/books/4441023.aspx
Articles by Bret Moore, Psy.D.:
Help Your Patients De-stress Their Workspace
Overcoming Loss Requires the Ability and Time to Grieve
Self-Help Books are Probably of Little Benefit for Veteran Patients
4 Simple Steps to Help Your Patients Manage Anxiety
Many Emotions Follow Trauma
Gambling Addiction is Not Uncommon in Veterans
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Heart Disease: Is There a Connection?
It is Time to Rethink our Approach to PTSD
GI Bill Helps Fill the Psychology Classrooms with Veterans
Philanthropy and Innovation May Be Keys to Meeting the Mental Health Needs of Veterans
An Ounce of Prevention May Be Worth Billions in Savings: Psychological Resilience and Preventing PTSD and Depression
Posttraumatic Growth in Combat Veterans
Study Finds Antidepressants Increase Risk of Birth Defects in Depressed Pregnant Women
It Will Take More Than VA to Solve Veteran PTSD
6 Steps to Cutting Caffeine from Your Day
Should Your Patients Stop Using Caffeine?
Study: Sleep Problems are Big Challenges for Veterans with PTSD
Sexual Dysfunction Can Plague Veterans and Their Loved Ones
Mindfulness Can Help Your Clients
Helping Your Military Spouse Clients Laugh
10 Simple Steps for Helping Your Clients Manage Anxiety
Does PTSD Cause Criminal Behavior?
Non-Traditional Therapies are a Good Alternative to Medications, Psychotherapy
Antipsychotic Drugs Are Finding Their Way Into More Veterans’ Medicine Cabinets
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Substance Use Disorders in Veterans
Does Talk Therapy Really Work and Is it Always Necessary?
Boulder Crest Retreat: An Example of a Grassroots, Veteran and Civilian Managed Program
Civilian Run Programs: An Alternative to Traditional Mental Health Care for Veterans
Trauma-Focused Talk Therapies: Should They Share the Spotlight with Medications?
Light Therapy for Depression: Does it Really Work?
Helping Your Clients Recover from Traumatic Brain Injury
Tips for Helping Your Clients Manage a Break-Up
Simple Ways to Control Worry
The Different Shades of Anxiety
Helping Your Clients Control Their Anxiety: Learning to Prioritize and Act
Helping Your Clients Control Their Anxiety: 4 Easy Steps for Getting Organized at Work
Children, Parenting and Deployment: Tips to Re-establish Connections
How to Help Your Clients Manage Their Anger
PTSD is Not Only Disorder Veterans Battle
Help Your Patients Avoid Exercise Excuses
Learn to Delegate & Live a Less Stressful and Anxious Life
Shared Personality Traits of Your Military and Veteran Clients
Anxiety and a Poorly Maintained System
How to Help Your Military and Veteran Clients Quit Smoking
Understanding and Treating Irritability in Your Patients
Seven Signs You May Be Burned Out
Medication Non-Compliance Can Prevent or Delay Recovery
Using the Arts to Heal, Grow and Thrive After Trauma
Mixed Martial Arts and Yoga: Hobbies or Treatments for Combat PTSD?
New and Emerging Treatments for Depression: Advances in Medical Science or More of the Same?