Recommended Products

Anxiety Workbook

This is a workbook written by David Clark, PhD and Aaron Beck, MD. Aaron Beck is one of the founding fathers of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. I love this workbook because the exercises are simple, straightforward, and aimed to kick anxiety right out. Teaches basic Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy principles in an easy and supportive way. I also really like this workbook because it is not too overwhelming. It goes step by step without throwing too many things at you at once.

The How of Happiness

Written by Dr. Sonja Luybomirsky and based on scientific research about what happiness actually is and HOW to feel happy.

Anxiety Bracelet

Pretty reminder to not listen to anxiety. I wear mine every day ūüôā

You Are Fucking Awesome: Coloring Book

Adult coloring books are an amazing distractions and great for relaxing, they’re even better when they’re full of swear words about how great you are!

Weighted Blanket

Weighted blankets are proven to help people who struggle with anxiety sleep. In one study, 63% of users reported less anxiety after using the blanket for just 5 minutes (health.clevelandclinic.org/can-weighted-blankets-banish-nighttime-anxiety). Feels cozy, comfortable, and the slight pressure helps to relieve anxiety. One con, is that I get really hot under any type of blanket, so if you struggle with this too, sleep with a fan on!

DBT Skills Workbook

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) developed by Marsha Linehan was originally developed for the treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder. DBT is found to be effective with Borderline Personality Disorder, the skills taught have also been found to be effective for anxiety and depression to help tolerate intense emotions and can help you feel more in control of your anxiety. This workbook is written by Marsha Linehan herself, so it is very accurate, helpful, and goal oriented.

Let That Shit Go

A guided journal to help manage stress and anxiety.

The Gifts of Imperfection

Most people know Brene Brown for her TED talks or books like¬†Daring Greatly¬†and¬†Dare to Lead¬†(also great books).¬†The Gifts of Imperfection¬†is one of her first books focusing on self esteem, self love, embracing who you are, and overcoming anxiety. It is still my favorite of hers. It’s short, easy to read, and wonderful for anyone who has suffered from low self esteem (which let’s be honest, that’s all of us at some point).

The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A Fuck

Okay, the first time I read this book, it was purely because I liked the name. This is a bit more crass, fun, and blunt. A great book to have a new perspective in a fun and easy way. The author, Mark Manson, is not a psychologist however, so advice should be taken with a grain of salt.

The Quantum Leap Strategy

I LOVE this book. Short, easy chapters all focused on taking a “Quantum Leap” to get the life you want. I like this book so much that I named my therapy practice after it (Quantum Leap Therapy). Motivating, helpful, focused…I love it!

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