'A wonderful book for anyone with anxiety or low self-esteem' Dr Amir Khan
We all fall over. It's knowing how to rise that matters.
Created by healthcare experts with over 45 years' clinical experience between them, How to Rise draws on both spiritual and psychological wisdom to create a Resilience Toolkit which tackles even the most difficult of circumstances.
Outlining what a Resilient Mindset looks like, and drawing on years of experience working with some of the most stressed and anxious people in the healthcare industry, Karen Forshaw and Chrissie Mowbray have created a highly effective and potent blend of western therapies and eastern philosophy. Using their unique 'Resilience Gap Analysis Tool', you'll find out how to identify the weak spots in your armour before taking practical action to address areas of need and build your resilience with over 60 'tools' cross-referenced to your personalised Gap Analysis.
With dozens of mindfulness, visualisation and other practical exercises all carefully curated to help you build a better mindset, How to Rise is a unique blend of holism and practical techniques with proven outcome. Tried and tested on hundreds of stressed NHS professionals, this is an essential read for anyone struggling with issues related to stress, self-esteem, anxiety or insecurity.
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