Simple Self-Care for Therapists: Restorative Practices to Weave Through Your Workday


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W. W. Norton & Company
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4.5 X 1.3 X 7.3 inches | 0.75 pounds
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About the Author

Ashley Davis Bush, LICSW is a licensed psychotherapist in southern New Hampshire, specializing in couples therapy and grief counseling. Her work for the past 25 years -both as a therapist and as a writer - is designed to inspire others toward whole-hearted living. Ashley holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Smith College and a Masters in Social Work degree from Columbia University. She has a certificate in Contemplative Studies through Smith College School for Social Work and has advanced training in Emotional Focused Therapy for Couples (EFT). Ashley worked in community mental health in New York City for ten years and has been living and working in southern New Hampshire since 1997. Ashley is a frequent public speaker and workshop teacher. Since 1992, she has delivered keynote speeches to professional and community organizations across the country and has taught workshops on the subjects of grief and loss, relationships, parenting, personal empowerment, mindfulness, transitions, stress management and inner peace.


Bush's approach is unique in that not only does she take the journey with us . . . but she also breaks each exercise into bite-size chunks. . . . Her conversational and inviting tone, descriptive stories, and real-life examples can help us implement self-care on a micro-level.-- (05/14/2015)
The dialogue feels less like a self-help book and more like a workshop. Providing the intellectual space to absorb and utilize proven techniques to improve the self is where this really makes a significant impact for the professional community at large.-- (07/01/2015)
Simple, clear, and effective. If you want to be the best healing professional and human being you can be, this treasure of a book is an essential companion.-- (05/14/2015)