Book Reviews

Book Reviews

My Discovery Companion Review

Summary: My Discovery Companion is a combination journal and planner that is designed to be used while going through a transformation.  The creators believe that we all have seven aspects of our lives: family, relationships, spirituality, health, career, finance, and personal. Users are asked to create short-term and long-term goals in each of those areas and track their progress.  Note: Most…

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CBT Activity Workbook for Kids Review

Summary:   The CBT Activity Workbook for Kids from Hubs for Helpers is a downloadable workbook with worksheets that you can use in sessions or assign to clients for homework.   There are 40 activities that are designed to be used with children and adolescents who are struggling with their thoughts or behavior. Note: Most links are affiliate links which means we…

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F**k It Therapy Review

F**k It Therapy by John C. Parkin Summary: From the publisher: If every therapist and psychotherapist on the planet could repeat this to their clients, like a mantra, again and again, there would be fewer therapists and psychotherapists. Because it works. Very quickly. Realizing that what you’re worrying about and stressing over doesn’t really matter so much in the grand…

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EVO Flow System review

Summary: The EVO Flow System is unlike any other planner because it is customized to how you approach organization. Before ordering, you take a “brain type assessment” and are put into one of four categories. You get the planner that is specifically designed for your brain type.   The idea is that we have different perspectives, needs, and ways of approaching…

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Book Reviews, For Clients

Review of Healing Sex: A Mind-Body Approach to Healing Sexual Trauma

Healing Sex: A Mind-Body Approach to Healing Sexual Trauma by Staci Haines is a guide for survivors of childhood sexual abuse to reclaim healthy sexuality.  Ms. Haines teaches readers how to identify triggers and work through them experientially so that they have the sex life they want.  As a somatic practitioner, she works from the belief that trauma memories are stored in the body so by engaging the body in healing, those memories can be reprocessed and worked through.  

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