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  • Body Buddhaful Journal: A Girl's Guide to Holistic Health and Happiness

    Body Buddhaful Journal: A Girl's Guide to Holistic Health and Happiness

    by Michelle Merrifield

    Look within and discover yourself on a deeper level through the pages of this journal. Boo-duh-fuhl; adjective. A reference used to describe someone or something that embodies a Buddha like nature and beautiful attributes inside and out. The simple act of writing is therapeutic in nature; it helps us become clear and honest with ourselves. So begin writing in Body Buddhaful today and discover how incredibly beautiful you truly are.  *Contents:* Author’ note Contents Manifesto How to use me Goal setting Be still and breathe Eat with love Week One ...

  • Experiencing CBT from the Inside Out: A Self-Practice/Self-Reflection Workbook for Therapists

    Experiencing CBT from the Inside Out: A Self-Practice/Self-Reflection Workbook for Therapists

    Engaging and authoritative, this is the first self-experiential cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) workbook specifically designed to help therapists enhance their skills. Twelve carefully sequenced modules guide readers to identify, formulate, and address a professional or personal problem using CBT, and to reflect on the experience. Self-Practice/self-reflection (SP/SR) is an evidence-based training strategy which enables therapists to build technical savvy in contemporary CBT interventions while deepening their self-awareness and therapeutic relationship skills. The book's large-size format makes it easy to use the innumerable reproducible worksheets and forms. Purchasers also get access to a Web...

  • Leaving It at the Office: A Guide to Psychotherapist Self-Care

    Leaving It at the Office: A Guide to Psychotherapist Self-Care

    by John C Norcross

    Wise, warm, and authoritative, this straight-talking guide addresses the real-world struggles that psychotherapists face in balancing their professional and personal lives. It demonstrates that recognizing and tending to one's physical, emotional, and spiritual needs not only feels good—it also leads to more effective and ethical practice as a clinician. The book describes and illustrates 12 self-care strategies that are grounded in the authors' extensive research and clinical experience. Interwoven throughout are insights and recommendations from other master therapists, ''self-care checklists,'' and suggestions for further reading. Lively and engaging, this is an...

  • Listening, Learning, Caring and Counselling

    Listening, Learning, Caring and Counselling

    by Cate Howell

    The Essential Manual for Psychologists, Psychiatrists, Counsellors and Other Healthcare Professionals on Caring for Their Clients True healing requires carers to develop the skills of listening, learning, caring and counselling (LLCC), and to do that requires support and training. Listening, Learning, Caring & Counselling is an authoritative, comprehensive guide full of ideas and technique designed to fill that role. The main emphasis of this highly accessible reference work is on how health and related professionals can assist clients as they work through the issues they commonly present with — such as...

  • Riding the Current: How to Deal with the Daily Deluge of Data

    Riding the Current: How to Deal with the Daily Deluge of Data

    by Madelyn Blair

    *Limited Stock* *No refund on this item - Was $35.95* *Reduced by 20% - Now $28.75* * * "There's no time to read. " "There's no budget for training. " "There's too much information coming at me." "Managers just don't know how to develop their staff." Riding the Current: How to Deal with the Daily Deluge of Data contains your answer. Ask people if they stay current, and they answer no because 'current' implies a perfection that doesn't exist in today's world. Knowing it all is simply impossible. Consider these statistics: 2 million emails...

  • Simple Self-Care for Therapists: Restorative practices to weave through your workday

    Simple Self-Care for Therapists: Restorative practices to weave through your workday

    by Ashely David Bush

    “Bite-sized” self-care strategies that any therapist can easily practice. For mental health professionals who must regularly guard against compassion fatigue and secondary traumatization, intentional self-care isn’t just essential; it’s a survival tool. If therapists don’t take proper care of themselves, they can’t do their work effectively. Taking up an exercise program, going on a vacation, turning to supportive social networks, while helpful remedies to the stresses of the job, are not always feasible and the results are often only short term. Synthesizing the latest thinking in mindfulness, neuroscience, energy medicine, and...

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