Books I Recommend
Learn from books I’ve enjoyed and recommend to my clients
Further Reading from my library
Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers
This book is quite a scientific read, explaining the bodies functions relating to stress, the sympathetic nervous system and parasympathetic nervous system. It’s well worth a read if you’re interested in understanding why you experience the symptoms you do and whats going on in the body.
Feel the fear and do it anyway
This book I recommend to nearly all my clients, it’s a great easy read with lots of heart. I felt so inspired after reading this as I already use some of the techniques shared here with my clients and in my workshops. If you only have limited funds and want a self help book to help you overcome your fear….buy this one.
The Magic Shop
Anyone who knows me will know my passion for introducing people to the power of their Unconscious and this book explains it beautifully. It shares relevant research with wonderful exercises you can try at home. I absolutely loved reading this one and feel many people would benefit.
Chronic Pain: Your Key to Recovery
If you suffer from Chronic Pain and would like a wonderful introduction to the research behind repressed emotions and their impact on Chronic Pain this book is a must read. Not only does it give you the research but also some practical tools you can use at home.
Focusing on the work of Dr John Sarno and the developments since his work into TMS/PPD.
The Subtle are of not giving a FCK
As you can imagine the F word features heavily in this book, it’s an enlightening and amusing read for anyone who is struggling with overthinking, taking too much on and experiencing anxiety. A truly great read and one I couldn’t put down.
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