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Calm 50 mindfulness exercises to de-stress wherever you are

by Arlene Unger

Part of the Love Your Self Series

Calm 50 mindfulness exercises to de-stress wherever you are Synopsis

Feel calm and happy with 50 easy exercises. Here is the antidote to the clamour and strain of everyday living, a means of breaking the vicious cycle of stress. This book offers instant and effective ways to slow down and find some serenity - wherever you are and whatever you are doing. Drawing on a wide range of proven psychological techniques, cognitive behavioural therapy and emotional brain training, Love Your Self Calm will help you find some inner peace in a noisy world. The perfect size to keep in your bag or pocket, this guide is designed to be a tool that you keep close by. The Love Your Self series is designed to help you achieve well-being and feel full of life. Look out for the other titles in the Love Your Self series: Pause, Energy, Sleep.

Book Information

ISBN: 9780711252370
Publication date: 7th January 2020
Author: Arlene Unger
Publisher: White Lion Publishing
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 160 pages
Categories: Mind, Body, Spirit: thought & practice,

About Arlene Unger

Dr. Arlene Unger is a California-based clinical psychologist and wellness coach, with thirty years of experience in the field. In her busy practice, The Empowerment Center, she emphasises the need to find life balance - and to let go of the judgment and self-criticism that can hold us back. She blends clinical expertise with her intuition and imagination, treating people face-to-face but also specialising in online coaching and counselling. She uses a wide range of therapeutic tools, including Mindfulness, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Emotional Brain Training.

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