Mental Healthcare Resources & Links
For more information
on Mental Healthcare, please take a look at the following resources.
Useful self-help books:
- Believing in Yourself: A Practical Guide to Building
Author: Eric Blumenthal
Draws on real-life examples, offering strategies intended to help gain a
deeper understanding of ourselves and more self-confidence.
- Asserting Yourself: How to Feel Confident about Getting More from
Author: Cathy Birch
This book offers a variety of techniques to help transform unhealthy,
defensive behaviours into productive and assertive ones.
- When Once Is Not Enough: Help for Obsessive Compulsives
Authors: Gail Steketee, Kerrin White
This book can be very helpful for OCD sufferers, their loved ones and
therapists. It gives examples, defines OCD and shows sufferers what they can do
to help themselves or others with OCD. This book is written in a way that is
easy for anyone to understand, not just therapists.
- Dancing with Dementia: My Story of Living Positively with Dementia
Author: Christine Bryden
Reading Dancing with Dementia is a must for any person who has been diagnosed
with Dementia or who treats or cares for those suffering with the disease.
- Self Help for Your Nerves: Learn to Relax and Enjoy Life Again by
Overcoming Stress and Fear
Author: Claire Weekes
Essential guide for everything you need to
know to keep relaxed through every day life.
- Self-Help Guide to Managing Depression
Author: Philip J. Barker
This companion guide, which also forms part of Barker's book Severe
Depression, provides a step-by-step way of taking control again.
Kindness is more important than wisdom, and the
recognition of this is the beginning of wisdom.
Theodore Isaac Rubin
The principle aim of psychotherapy is not to transport one to an
happiness, but to help
(the client) acquire steadfastness and patience
in the face of suffering.
C. G. Jung
can provide positive benefits for a patient's mental and physical condition, to
their sense of well-being and to the ability to manage their lives more
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