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  • Here is a practical program that will help you conquer nagging self-doubt, ask for what you want, and bounce back from setbacks and criticism.

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  • In the second edition of 10 Simple Solutions to Adult ADD, Stephanie Sarkis offers the latest research and information on effective new attention deficit disorder medications and treatments. This new edition also expands on the original ten simple solutions to include more information that can help adults with ADD get organized and manage their symptoms.

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  • Research suggests that our attitudes about pain contribute as much to its life-disrupting power as actual painful sensations. This book offers you ten quick and simple tips aimed at changing your response to chronic pain and promoting improved activity, sleep, mood, and quality of life.

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  • A neurologist specializing in headache treatment outlines ten simple techniques to help relieve and prevent migraines, including drug therapy, lifestyle enhancements, and complementary therapies, including supplements, diet, and exercise.

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  • In this book, psychologist Janetti Marotta offers mindfulness exercises for readers struggling with a lack of self-acceptance and self-compassion. Based on the idea that true self-esteem is based on internal, rather than external factors, the 50 easy-to-use practices outlined in this book aim to promote inner awareness and help readers live a more fulfilled life.

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  • People turn to food to cope with stress and sadness, enhance joy, and bring a sense of comfort. But over time, this kind of emotional overeating can cause weight gain, heart disease, diabetes, and a host of other health problems. In this much-anticipated follow up to 50 Ways to Soothe Yourself Without Food, renowned psychologist, eating expert, and best-selling author Susan Albers presents fifty more mindful and healthy activities that really work to help readers replace their need to overeat.

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  • In 50 Ways to Soothe Yourself Without Food, Susan Albers, eating disorder specialist and best-selling author of Eating Mindfully, presents fifty exercises readers can do to soothe themselves, calm stress, and end emotional eating.

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  • Marriage can be difficult, and talking about relationship problems is often a challenge, especially when one partner is too angry, hurt, or defensive to really listen. That’s why clinical psychologist Samantha Rodman recommends a new way for couples to communicate: e-mail! With 52 E-mails to Transform Your Marriage, couples who feel stuck or disconnected will find a year’s worth of suggested weekly e-mails to help them reconnect and keep their love alive.

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  • Women are faced with an intense pressure to have the perfect body. But the truth is women are their own worst critics when they look in the mirror. Isn’t it time to put away the scale, toss perfectionism out the window, and start feeling fantastic? In this powerfully inspirational book, Kimber Simpkins, yoga instructor and author of Full, gives women 52 undeniable reasons to love their bodies and discover their own unique beauty!

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  • This workbook offers readers with cancer a targeted and customizable program they can use to manage the depression, anxiety, and fear that often accompanies diagnosis and treatment. Based on behavior activation therapy, the techniques in this book work to help readers reconnect to pleasurable and rewarding activities as the basis for coping with negative emotions.

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  • If recent professional publications and conferences are any indication, acceptance- and mindfulness-based therapies are the future of clinical psychology. A CBT-Practitioner’s Guide to ACT helps professionals whose clinical educations focused on traditional, change-based cognitive behavior therapies navigate the practical and theoretical challenges that come with the switch to the more promising, acceptance-based strategies.

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  • Transgender and gender nonconforming (TNGC) clients have complex mental health concerns, and are more likely than ever to seek out treatment. Written by a team of psychologists and TNGC specialists, this comprehensive resource outlines the latest research and recommendations to provide clinicians with the requisite knowledge, skills, and awareness to treat these clients with competent and affirming care.

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  • Mindfulness-based interventions have exploded in popularity. What was once an ancient practice honed in Buddhist monasteries is now a mainstream, evidence-based, secular intervention employed by trained health and mental health professionals. A Clinician’s Guide to Teaching Mindfulness provides professionals with a comprehensive, session-by-session guide, complete with the scripts and training materials needed to teach introductory mindfulness in a wide variety of settings, despite theoretical background.

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  • Written by a psychologist and expert in treating obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), this manual brings together five powerful, evidence-based therapies to help clinicians create a concise and customizable treatment plan. The methods—including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), exposure therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)—are presented in an easy-to-follow format, incorporate the newest research, and give clinicians a wide range of skills for addressing the mechanisms underlying OCD.

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  • The self plays an integral role in human motivation, cognition, and social identity. That’s why observing the self is such an important element of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). However, for many ACT clinicians, it can be difficult to apply this complex theory in everyday practice. A must-have addition to any ACT practitioner’s library, A Contextual Behavioral Guide to the Self translates the ACT model’s most difficult—yet essential—process into easy-to-apply steps and user-friendly language. With this unique road map, clinicians will help clients develop empathy, compassion, and flexible perspective taking—leading to better treatment outcomes and better lives for clients.

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  • At seventeen, following the directions of the philosopher and mystic Douglas Harding, David Lang pointed his finger at his own face and discovered he didn’t have one. Instead, he found himself staring at nothing. But it was a very special nothing-a nothing filled with everything. Taking this revelation as his starting point, Lang shows how …

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