Tag: books by therapists

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Maternal Mental Health Books

This week, May 4th – 10th, is maternal mental health week. Maternal mental health challenges, like postpartum depression or anxiety, are still stigmatized which means that parents struggle to get help and lives are at risk. This year, I think maternal mental health is especially relevant as the pandemic interferes with the support many new parents would have received and…

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The Courage to Suffer – Review

The Courage to Suffer: A New Clinical Framework for Life’s Greatest Crises by Daryl R Van Tongeren and Sara A. Showalter Van Tongeren Note: Most links are affiliate links which means we make a small commission without costing you anything extra. You can learn more here. In this case, the author sent me a complimentary copy to review but all opinions…

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Emotionally Focused Therapy Books

I thought I liked emotionally focused therapy when I learned about it in my couples class during grad school but over the last year I have fallen head over heels in love with EFT. It absolutely fits who I am as a person and a therapist so everything EFT has been filling up my bookshelf. These are a few of my favorites. You’ll also find info on an upcoming EFT training below.

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The Upward Spiral – Review

The Upward Spiral Workbook: A Practical Neuroscience Program for Reversing the Course of Depression by Alex Korb, PhD $17.36 Note: Most links are affiliate links which means we make a small commission without costing you anything extra. You can learn more here. Summary: The Upward Spiral Workbook is a CBT workbook with a neuroscience base. It is designed to go along…

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