49 Ways to Think Yourself Well

Mind Science in Practice One Step at a Time

49 Ways to Think Yourself Well is a unique, dip-in guide to help you to enhance and sustain well-being. Written by two experienced therapists and trainers in brief psychotherapy and hypnotherapy, it offers readers a compendium of insightful information and a host of positive and practical ways for boosting well-being on all levels, using the powerful tools within your mind.

Drawing on a wide range of tried and tested approaches to improving resilience and well-being, the book makes clear links between the science of the mind and how to feel better – physically, emotionally and mentally. It will help you to challenge and overcome unhelpful patterns of thinking and behaviour in order to reduce stress, anxiety and negative thoughts, boost your self-confidence and motivation, recover from illness, improve your relationships, reach your personal goals and much more.

SPECIFICATIONS: 210 x 148 mm | Paperback | 152 Pages |

Jan Alcoe BSSc(Hons), DHypPsych(UK) is a registered hypnotherapist who uses a solution-focused approach to work with people who have chronic illness, depression and anxiety problems. She speaks and runs workshops on well-being, and has written many health care publications, including two recent books, based on her work and personal experience of cancer, Lifting Your Spirits: Seven tools for coping with illness (2008) and The Heart of Wellbeing: Seven tools for surviving and thriving (2010), both published by the Janki Foundation.

Emily Gajewski, BSc OT, HG Dip is a state registered Occupational Therapist and Human Givens therapist and has worked in a wide range of mental health settings within the NHS and in private practice for over 14 years as a therapist, trainer and supervisor. Emily lectures nationally on the subject of self-harm, psychosis and counselling skills and has contributed to various publications, including An Idea in practice: Using the Human Givens approach (Human Givens Publishing, 2007), that was shortlisted for The MIND Book of the Year Award 2008.