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  • Recovering from Workplace PTSD Workbook (Third Edition)

    by Kevin William Grant

    Stress, anxiety, depression, trauma, bullying, and burnout have all become "accepted realities" of the modern workplace. This recovery workbook will help you unpack your workplace realities, educate you about PTSD, and help you build your personalized transformation and recovery plan.

    Each exercise in the workbook walks you through a process of self-reflection and self-discovery to help you understand and make sense of your situation.


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  • The Infinite Circle of the Soul: A Non-Religious View of Spirituality

    by Mike Hain
    This book focuses on the human soul and all of its attributes including love, creativity, empathy, and its journey throughout many earthly lives. Our soul is meant to learn the lessons necessary to become complete and our earthly classroom is the format in which that is possible. The accumulation of these lessons will eventually lead to pure bliss, which is enlightenment. The human soul in all of its complexity evolves with each life we lead. It lives and grows through struggle and love. Without... more
  • Too Old to Hire Too Young to Retire

    by Brian Hennessey
    The Boomer's and Gen-Xer's self-help guide who are looking to get 'unstuck' in today's transformational employment/working world. Part inspirational, part instructional, and part resources.
  • Let Go and Heal: Recovery from Hurt and Emotional Pain

    by Mark Linden O'Meara
    Let Go and Heal is a positive re-affirming guidebook to help you start dealing with and working through emotional issues that hold you back from leading a more fulfilling life! It is a thought-provoking, awareness-raising and human approach to emotions and healing. By blending scientific research, mind/body, and personal experience, this book creates a comprehensive guide to resolving the issues that keep hurting you. A comprehensive handbook and holistic approach to: - Identifying and challe... more
  • Your Best Health by Friday 2nd edition: How to Overcome Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Trauma, PTSD, and Chronic Illness

    by Elizabeth Morse
    If you suffer from anxiety, depression, stress, trauma, PTSD, or chronic illness, and are struggling to get help, you’re not alone. Billions of dollars a year are spent in the search for answers on how to cope with living in a body that’s rebelling from a life filled with toxic overwhelm. Inspired by neuroscientist Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor’s TED talk and book "My Stroke of Insight", Elizabeth Morse researched methods to be able to shift away from the stress of an overly left-brain mindset. ... more
  • It's About Time: Rediscover Your Youth And Take The Fear Out of Change

    by Ray Frigault

    This book combines personal narrative and self-growth, beginning with Ray’s 40th birthday when a sitcom rerun reached inside his drunken mind and gave him the equation that would change his life forever. Ray then goes on to share 20 years of his life to demonstrate to the reader how to use TIME to their advantage and make their life a thing of beauty. Ray says TIME can turn mistakes into wisdom, heartbreak into Love and endings into new beginnings. 

  • Mid-Term Goals Suck: The Five Secrets to Goal Setting for Success

    by Mohsen Zargaran
    This book is going to take you on a journey of becoming. It will lead you through a series of powerful and life-changing concepts which you can put into use in order to achieve lasting success. You can achieve anything your heart desires. It’s not just a cliché. It all comes down to your willingness to transform yourself, your way of thinking, and your way of engaging with yourself. Goal setting books are a dime a dozen, but I can assure you that my strategies to achieving success are like nothi... more
  • The Cluttered Mind

    by Deborah McKenna

    This book is for people who are ready to look at all aspects of their lives in order to release themselves from negative feelings and bad habits and consequently, manifest a happier and healthier life. We explore how all of our experiences in life, both positive and negative, create imprints in our subconscious mind. The subconscious mind then becomes cluttered like junk drawers in our homes. We teach them tools to quiet the conscious mind and then utilize the 4Rs (Recognize, Replace, Release... more

  • Yes I Can: Learn to use the power of self-efficacy

    by Laura Ritchie
    Yes I Can: Learn to use the power of self-efficacy, is a practical and personal book founded on solid psychological concepts. Dr Laura Ritchie is a Chartered Psychologist, Professor of Learning and Teaching, and importantly she is someone who found her YES. Yes I Can addresses the topics of perception, perspective, self-efficacy beliefs, metacognition, self-regulation, and agency by presenting these psychological concepts through a uniquely inviting and approachable, storytelling voice. Laura in... more
  • Mindscaping: A Practical Guide for How to Be Happier

    by Donovon Jenson
    Are you happier now than you were last year? Most people haphazardly chase happiness, guided by vague, empty platitudes like: •Choose happiness. •Happiness can only be found when you stop looking for it. •Happiness is always within you. These sound profound, but lack clear action steps. Results are inconsistent. How do I choose happiness? Where is happiness within me? This book shows exactly how to shape your mind for happiness, health, and wellbeing. Readers can expect to: •Underst... more
  • Halfway There: Lessons at Midlife

    by Elizabeth C. Haynes
    This is a book of personal stories that are written in an essay style and as a covert self-help book. Each chapter offers stories of real life experiences, but in the context of helping readers make sense of their own lives. It is part memoir, because the stories are true, and part self-help, which is what it was actually designed to be. Most readers find it is more in the self-help category.
  • You are Not just a Diagnosis: Using Trauma-Informed Techniques to Create Your Best Life

    by Robert R Sweeney
    Historically, therapy was something an expert did to a client. The methods were kept hidden and a jargon developed in the field, partly to maintain that process. The result has been that people going through treatment felt less like people and more like a walking version of their disorder. For anyone suffering from trauma, that’s a particularly disempowering experience. A key component of modern, client-centered therapy is the shared experience of working toward recovery. In spite of that, treat... more
  • Innatious

    by Linda Buscemi
    Have you been in a relationship that ended, but you weren't sure what went wrong? Do you feel there are parts of yourself that you need to hide from others? Enter Innatious-a new psychological tool conceived by Dr. Linda Buscemi that will not only help you understand the truth behind why you think, behave, and choose the things you do, but also offer you a blueprint for making real change in your life. In Innatious: An Innovative Tool to Strengthen Your Emotional IQ and Improve the Quality of An... more
  • FoodWISE: A Whole Systems Guide to Sustainable and Delicious Food Choices

    by Gigi Berardi
    FoodWISE is a personalized tour through our entire food system, from farm to plate, reviewing up-to-date, sometimes surprising scientific insights into popular diets and how we make our decisions about what to eat, together with a look at farmers and community groups trying to do the right thing with food. The book is designed precisely for those who are frustrated with the incomplete and confusing picture they get from the flood of diet information and books. FoodWISE gives us a WISE view of pr... more