From Australia's bestselling anxiety expert, Bev Aisbett, comes a proven and practical workbook to help people manage their anxiety, with simple daily strategies for work and for home.
A clear, practical day-by-day workbook, written by experienced counsellor and bestselling author of the classic national bestseller about anxiety, Living with IT, Bev Aisbett, to help people control their anxiety.
Based on many of the exercises Bev has been teaching and writing about for the past twenty years, the book provides clear, simple daily building blocks to help people manage their anxiety and assist in recovery. Designed to be carried in handbags or backpacks as a daily companion, this is a highly approachable, concise, practical, simple and above all proven method of overcoming anxiety.
Bev Aisbett is Australia's leading author in books around managing anxiety. In 1993, after recovering from severe anxiety and depression herself, Bev turned to her artistic talents to create the first of her ground-breaking illustrated self-help books Living with IT- A Survivor's Guide to Panic Attacks, which rapidly became a national bestseller, with over 200,000 copies sold. In 2013, HarperCollins published the fully revised and updated 20th anniversary edition of this classic book.
Bev Aisbett is an author, illustrator, cartoonist and counsellor. She has had over 11 books published, most notably the national bestsellers Living with it: a survivor's guide to panic attacks and Taming the black dog: a guide to overcoming depression.
Over the last 15 years, Bev's freelance illustrations and cartoons have appeared in the major press and numerous community and corporate publications. An experienced counsellor, Bev has designed a unique recovery program designed to educate people about anxiety and provide them with the tools with which to build their own recovery, just as Bev herself has done.
Her most recent book, 30 Days, 30 Ways To Overcome Anxiety (2018) is already a national bestseller.
“Bev Aisbett is a gift. Her simple, easy-to-follow advice about anxiety is revelatory. Bev has helped my family and several friends though the most difficult of times. She can help you, too” – Cameron Daddo
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