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Mastering Adulthood Review

Mastering Adulthood: Go Beyond Adulting to Become an Emotional Grown-Up by Lara E. Fielding, PsyD Summary: Mastering Adulthood is a guide for emerging adults who are struggling to cope with stress or life transitions. Readers are introduced to emotions then taught how to understand themselves and their experiences. The final section teaches skills for developing mindfulness and controlling their thoughts,…

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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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You Are Not Crazy: Letters From Your Therapist

Summary: You Are Not Crazy is a collection of letters written by a therapist to his clients.  This book offers both a glimpse into the therapy office and words of wisdom to people who are struggling.   The letters are organized into categories based on the clinical issues that Mr. Klow’s clients tend to present with.  There are sections on entering…

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Injured Reserve

Injured Reserve: A Black Man’s Playbook to Manage Being Sidelined by Mental Illness by Rwenshaun Miller Summary: Injured Reserve is part memoir part resource guide.  Rwenshaun Miller tells the story of his struggle with bi-polar and suicidality while teaching the reader about signs of mental health issues. About the author: Rwenshaun Miller is a therapist who lives with bi-polar disorder.…

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