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9781529416183

A Toolkit For Happiness 53 Ways to Feel Better

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    9781529416183

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    1529416183

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2021-09-28
  • Publisher: Quercus
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'Mandatory for anyone with a brain' - Anna Whitehouse, founder of Mother Pukka

'Relatable, practical and knowledgable' - Gemma Bray, creator of The Organized Mum Method

From clinical psychologist and author of A Toolkit for Modern Life, Dr. Emma Hepburn, comes A Toolkit for Happiness - the ultimate guide to long-term and sustainable happiness.

Using her much-loved trademark illustrations, Dr. Hepburn arms us with 53 accessible and easy-to-use tools to boost our moods and feel better. She teaches us that happiness is as much about weathering the storms of life, accepting its natural ebbs and flows, as it is about enjoying the sunny weather - and that by implementing small and simple changes we can build a more compassionate brain that carries us through our daily lives, no matter the weather.

From practical tools to aid you on those extra stormy days to thought-provoking exercises for your day-to-day mental wellbeing, A Toolkit for Happiness will you to cultivate positive habits, better understand your emotions and put you on the path to a healthier and happier you.

Author Biography

Dr Emma Hepburn is a clinical psychologist, with expertise in neuropsychology, who has over 15 years' experience of working with and treating mental health difficulties in both the public and private sector. She is passionate about bringing psychology and evidence-based mental health information beyond the clinic room to a wider audience and encouraging people to proactively look after their mental health. Her illustrative work has been used by a number of organizations including The American Association for the Prevention of Suicide, The Royal Society of Public Health and the Samaritans (India). She writes as @thepsychologymum on Instagram (65.5k followers) and has recently won a Bronze Lovie (Best of European Internet) award, as well as a Peoples' Choice Lovie, for her social media work and has been shortlisted for the mind Media Awards.

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