The author of Self-Compassion follows up her groundbreaking book with new ideas that expand our notion of self-kindness and its capacity to transform our lives, showing women how to balance tender self-acceptance with fierce action to claim their power and change the world.
A highly accessible introduction to a therapeutic approach that brings our inner “parts” into harmony and allows our core Self to lead.
When the Body Says No probes the hidden connections between mental health and physical illness. Modern medical science often tries to reassure us that our minds and bodies are totally separate – when, in reality, they're deeply interconnected.
This groundbreaking book shows readers how to let go of their constant, debilitating self-judgment and finally learn to be kind to themselves. Using solid empirical research, personal stories, humor, and dozens of practical exercises, Dr. Neff—the world’s leading expert on self-compassion—shows readers how to heal the wounds of the past so that they can be healthier, happier, and more effective. Entertaining, highly readable, and eminently accessible, this book has the power to change your life.
Dr. Schwartz’s Internal Family Systems (IFS) model has been transforming psychology for decades. With No Bad Parts, you’ll learn why IFS has been so effective in areas such as trauma recovery, addiction therapy, and depression treatment―and how this new understanding of consciousness has the potential to radically change our lives.
The Body Keeps the Score summarizes several decades of research into the nature of trauma. Drawing on Van der Kolk's work and those of many others, it reveals the discoveries of a new generation of disciplines, including: Neuroscience, the study of how the brain supports mental processes.