It’s Mental Health Awareness Week later this month, and some of the fantastic well-being books Summersdale has published recently are full of tips and advice to help you understand and deal with various mental health issues.
The A-Z of Positivity and The A-Z of Well-being
Two beautiful new books with tips for each alphabet letter help readers discover the art of positive thinking and improve their well-being. With ideas to nourish mind, body and spirit, they will help you find your perfect path towards greater well-being.
You Can Flourish
Positive Psychology Practitioner Cheryl Rickman argues that feeling better isn’t always about feeling good. It’s about feeling happiness, sadness and everything in between. This empowering workbook is filled with helpful advice and practical activities to help readers embrace all emotions with understanding and kindness.
Your Mind Matters
Written by professional BACP-accredited psychotherapist Katy Georgiou, it is a clear and comforting guide to help readers feel confident about their mental health. Full of tips and advice to help anyone who is feeling down, affected by low self-esteem, or suffering from more serious mental health problems, such as anxiety, stress and depression, this helpful book will remind you that your feelings are valid and provide you with the tools you need to start the conversation.
The Confidence Workbook and The Self-Esteem Workbook
two easy-to-follow workbooks that contain practical tips, thoughtful advice and guided exercises based on trusted cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and mindfulness techniques to help readers grow their confidence and achieve long-term self-belief.
Low self-esteem is a widespread issue in the modern world; in the UK, more than 50% of 16–24-year-olds worry about what others think of them, and in the US, it’s estimated that 85% of people suffer from low self-esteem.
Trauma may seem daunting, but it can cover many distressing events, from negative childhood experiences to living through a pandemic. It is often the source of our fears and anxieties and can affect our lives.
The Healing Workbook
This is full of practical advice, effective tips and guided exercises based on trusted cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) techniques to help readers begin recovering from their trauma and find a way back to themselves and a life where they can flourish and thrive.
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