10 Steps To Take Charge of Your Emotional Life
Overcoming Anxiety, Distress, and Depression Through Whole-Person Healing
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|Psychiatrist, professor, and award-winning author Eve Wood trusts in your capacity to heal-to clear the way to a natural state of hope, harmony, and well-being. The insights and tools she shares in this book will enable you to identify and resolve your issues. Dr. Christiane Northrup says this book is "one of the best books I've ever seen on how to achieve emotional balance and happiness. It's practical, real world and very readable.|
Dr. Wood is my kind of doctor." Dr. Wood makes healing a simple process that anyone can understand. She walks you through ten steps that encompass examples, stories, exercises, and guidance. You'll take stock of where you are and discover what you can do to transform your life. You'll learn to address your negative thoughts and beliefs, make life choices that fit your nature, and develop strategies to support your innate capacity to heal.
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|Eve A. Wood, M.D., has devoted nearly two decades to the care of troubled individuals from all walks of life. Her therapeutic approach has attracted attention and acclaim from the nation’s leading authorities in the fields of medicine, health, and spiritual well-being. She’s the award-winning author of Medicine, Mind and Meaning: A Psychiatrist's Guide to Treating the Body, Mind and Spirit, as well as numerous articles for medical and professional publications. She is also a frequent speaker at national workshops and conferences.|
Dr. Wood has served on the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, the executive committee of The Institute of Pennsylvania Hospital, and is Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Arizona Program in Integrative Medicine. Uniting body, mind, and spirit In One™ —in an empowering treatment model— she helps people take charge of their emotional lives. Dr. Wood lives in Tucson with her husband and four children.