These marketing materials are perfect for potential clients or referral sources. Many therapists use guides to supplement their work with new clients or valuable materials to bring new ones in. These resources can be helpful as you build your clientele and support the people you work with.
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Staying Sane in an Insane World: A Prescription for Even Better Mental Healthby
You have faced struggles, setbacks, shortcomings, failures, and losses in life. The way you deal with those issues becomes the ultimate test of your mental stability. Because life can be chaotic at times, it is important to pay attention to your mental health and adopt regular mental health practices that help you stay sane.
In this informative and practical guide, you will gain tips, skills, and knowledge that you can begin implementing today to achieve optimal mental health.
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If you’re feeling stuck, overwhelmed by personal challenges, need more joy and serenity, or simply wonder what happens in therapy, step inside Tuya Pearl’s office to experience the transformational process. With keys and a professional therapist to guide you, you’ll unlock your story with clarity that will astound, heal, and set you free.
Participate in sessions that get to the source of anxiety, depression, compulsions, self-doubt, and other emotional issues―listening to others’ real-life stories and telling your own―with prompts to inspire and awaken you. From the privacy of a confidential read, and with the perspective of both client and healer, Tell Me Your Story moves you through the stages of therapy―from the initial phone call to the final goodbye―connecting body, mind, and spirit with inner wisdom to reclaim and enjoy your most authentic life.
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Many therapists enjoy recommending books to their clients to supplement the work they are doing together. We also use books to help ourselves grow as people and practitioners. Remember though that books are never a replacement for real human connection, for supervision and continuing education, or for therapy when it’s needed. If you find yourself needing a therapist, a great place to start is Psychology Today. If you are having thoughts of hurting yourself or someone else, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Hotline.