As a lecturer in adult teacher education, specialising in the way people learn Jenny facilitated courses at a London college on personal development. Many of her students suffered from low mood, anxiety and depression prompting her to devise tasks to lift their mood. These tasks have been included in this book. Her private practice covers personal development, stress management and cognitive behaviour therapy. She can be contacted through TSL.
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Dr Peter Connell
As a General Practitioner for forty years Peter was to dealing on a daily basis with patients suffering from depression, anxiety and a range of similar illnesses whether expressed or hidden. He found talking therapies often worked better than medication. This book incorporates many of those successful methods that eliminated the need for medication.
Jennie Willett & Dr Peter Connell share their experiences in helping people to overcome low mood and depression by taking control of their life and creating their own happiness and enjoyment from living.
With plenty of professional advice listed simply as bullet points, this book is really easy to read and provides many useful ways to help you combat depression. I would definitely recommend.[5*]
Helpful, interesting and easy to read! A great book for depression sufferers, their friends/families and for us all. [5*…]
If you are after a good read with practical tips on how to implement assertiveness into your life then this book is for you. It is broken down into easy chapters and can be applied to your personal not just professional life. It is written in an informal friendly style rather than an authority on the subject which I found appealing. I would highly recommend this book. [4*, 1st edition]