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Do I Need to See a Therapist? - How to understand your emotions and make therapy work for you - cover

Do I Need to See a Therapist? - How to understand your emotions and make therapy work for you

Donna Maria Bottomley

Publisher: Hero

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Why is the idea of asking for professional help still so taboo?Why are we afraid of our emotions? 
Do I Need to See a Therapist? provides insight into how we can acknowledge and overcome the fear of being thought mad, weak or helpless. 
In this empathetic and practical guide, psychotherapist Donna Maria Bottomley examines these anxieties and argues that therapy should be just as acceptable as seeing a GP or booking your car into the garage and needn’t be our last resort.
Available since: 05/22/2021.

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