How to Grow Through What You Go ThroughDe (autor) Jodie Cariss, Chance Marshall
en Limba Engleză Hardback – 05 May 2022
Free yourself from self-improvement; find space for self-compassion
In a world which can be hard to navigate, it's not surprising that sometimes we don't feel OK. In this compassionate book, therapists Jodie Cariss and Chance Marshall show us that when it comes to our mental health, there are no quick fixes. Instead they set out sustainable, realistic tools that will truly support you to feel more confident, hopeful and anchored through life's ups and downs.
Using a practice they call 'mental maintenance', you'll learn how to:
· Embrace your real self, messy bits and all
· Unpick habits and attitudes that hold you back
· Navigate life's challenges with more ease and less strain
· Care for your mental health proactively, before things get difficult
With this book by your side, and a little curiosity and commitment, you'll soon find that you have the potential to thrive, just as you are.
Dimensiuni: 137 x 222 x 31 mm
Greutate: 0.45 kg
Editura: Ebury Publishing
Jodie Cariss (Author)
Jodie Cariss (MA, HCPC, BADTh, TIHR) is the Founder of Self Space, a therapist with over 15 years' experience and a Tavistock-trained Executive Coach. After beginning her career as a children's television presenter, she then trained as a Dramatherapist and worked with schools through her other company Cariss Creative, as well as individuals through private practice and creative and media agencies through corporate consultancy. She is dedicated to growing awareness of mental health and supporting individuals, groups and companies to be the best versions of themselves.
Chance Marshall (Author)
Chance Marshall (MA, HCPC, BADTh) is a Founding Partner of Self Space and Head of Written and Digital Content. He is a qualified Arts Psychotherapist, registered with the Health & Care Professionals Council, with experience of supporting adults with a range mental health challenges in clinical practice. As well as managing a client caseload, he writes and delivers talks and workshops to global organisations on mental health and wellbeing and manages Self Space's social media, website and blog.