Beyond Your Confines: The key to free your mind

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Product Details
Price
$17.99
Publisher
Chris Warren-Dickins
Publish Date
Pages
252
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.5 X 0.53 inches | 0.65 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9798985102420
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About the Author
Chris Warren-Dickins is a psychotherapist, and they provide a psychotherapy service that serves people in New Jersey (USA) and the United Kingdom. Chris loves to help all sorts of people with all sorts of problems, and they tend to work on the following areas: Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy (EMDR) (an approach commonly used for trauma), Affirmative LGBTQ+ therapy, and Men's therapy (in other words, how to survive the male label). www.chriswarrendickins.com
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"This book is not only timely but critical reading for anyone looking for greater understanding of themselves and the unique and challenging times we are in. Chris's keen insights and focus on interconnectivity have provided a basis to begin healing through our own well-being and healthier relationships. This is indeed a roadmap to freedom."- Dr Pamela Brodie "If anyone still feels trapped since the pandemic began, Beyond Your Confines is certainly a key to free your mind. Chris Warren-Dickins adopts a novel approach to challenges to our mental health, and threads together the most pressing societal issues of our time.But don't just read Beyond Your Confines. As Chris encourages their readers to do, use this book to strike up a dialogue with others about how we can use our inner resources and wisdom to heal ourselves, each other, and the planet that we are living in. Reach Beyond Your Confines today." - Monty Moncrieff MBE "Beyond Your Confines is exactly the book we need in this current climate of polarization. Psychotherapist Chris Warren-Dickins explains how our need for certainty, and our belief that we are right, can imprison us in a life of eternal limitations. If we are to realize true mental health, we need to reach beyond this prison of our own construction." - Graeme Smith
"A deeply insightful book reflecting on our shared experience of the pandemic and the myriad ways it has exacerbated stress, depression, anxiety, burnout and more.Understand the thought distortions and distracted behaviors that keep you trapped; give yourself a greater awareness and acceptance of your emotional state and the underlying past and current traumas that have brought you here; and most importantly learn the tools to break free of them. Lean into and ride the waves."- Dr Katrina Munteanu