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How to be your own therapist : boost your mood and reduce your anxiety in 10 minutes a day Book
Book | HQ, London : [2022]

  • 1 of 1 Copy Available at Libraries in Niagara Cooperative
  • 1 current hold with 1 total copy.
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Branch Call Number Location Holdable? Status
Grimsby 152.46 O'Ka Non-fiction Copy hold / Volume hold Available

All the benefits of therapy - 10 minutes at a time. Let Owen O'Kane, psychotherapist, former NHS Clinical Lead and Sunday Times bestselling author of TEN TO ZEN, show you how anyone can use simple, understandable techniques to unlock better mental health. Modern life is a minefield for stress. Whether it's juggling work, relationships or money, we often struggle to make time for ourselves and can find ourselves stuck in a rut with bad habits or worries. In HOW TO BE YOUR OWN THERAPIST, Owen O'Kane reveals how smart, short techniques throughout the day can form healthier perspectives and let you ditch harmful thought patterns. Using the latest evidence-based tools and techniques from across a range of therapies including CBT, mindfulness and interpersonal therapy, Owen provides empowering solutions to managing what keeps you stuck so you can move forward. Teaching you the key fundamentals of therapy and how to apply these to your own life, alongside targeted tasks that take just 10 minutes a day, this is the practical therapy book for anyone who wants to get the best from their life and to manage better in tough times.

  • ISBN: 9780008591755
  • Physical Description: 253 pages ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: London : HQ, [2022]
  • Copyright: ©2022
  • General Note:
    Subtitle from cover.
  • Formatted Contents Note:
    1. What is this therapy malarky? -- 2. What's your story? -- 3. Putting the pieces together -- 4. OK, what now? -- 5. Actions speak louder than words -- 6. Get ready for your day -- 7. Staying steady -- 8. Reflect and reset at the end of the day -- 9. When life throws a major curve ball -- 10. All's well that ends well.

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