As a clinical psychologist, I feel fortunate that several of the books I read and use professionally can also help me and people I know. Since we are all busy and do not have a lot of time to sit down and read self-help books, I thought that I would use this forum to profile books I have learned from that teach several valuable skills.
When I give presentations and conduct therapy, I like to provide people with takeaways.As I review books for this exciting new community publication, I hope you will gain takeaways - either for yourself or for others.
For my first profile, I selected What to Do When You Worry Too Much by Dawn Huebner, Ph.D. While this book is targeted for kids ages 6-12, I’ve used it with older adolescents, college students, and even adults. Below are a few ideas from the book that I find particularly useful: