Wednesday 24 February 2021

The Little Anxiety Workbook


This book is described as 'A meticulously researched yet approachable guide to breaking free from bad habits and living the life you want' - The Little Anxiety Workbook is now available from all good bookshops.


Here is some praise for The Little Anxiety Workbook:

"Another highly practical, simple-to-read, and easy-to-do workbook from Michael Sinclair and co. Step-by-step, you'll learn how to take the power and impact out of anxiety, and build the sort of life you really want. Highly recommended!"

Russ Harris, author of international bestseller The Happiness Trap


"If you struggle with anxiety, fear and worry, The Little Anxiety Workbook is an essential
guide to a path of personal transformation. This workbook provides the steps for how to live life in a larger, wider and deeper sense, so that anxiety no longer defines you or your choices. This handy guide will help you understand how anxiety becomes a struggle, and how you can free yourself, by taking effective and practical actions in your daily life. These actions will be guided by your own breakthroughs and growth, through the exercises and perspectives offered. Filled with discoveries, warmth and compassion The Little Anxiety Workbook invites you to be transformed."

Eric Morris PhD, senior lecturer and psychology clinic director, La Trobe University, Melbourne Australia, fellow of the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science and co-author of ACTivate Your Life: using acceptance and mindfulness to build a life that is rich, fulfilling and fun.


"This book never bogs down and never distracts - it acts. If you aren't sure about an exercise, don't worry - there will be an alternative just a page away. It reminds me of how you get a cork out of a bottle when it's stuck - yes, keep pushing, but constantly from a different angle. These small, rapid steps can quickly add up. My suggestion: if you feel stuck with your anxiety issues, give this book a try."

Steven C. Hayes, originator and co-developer of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Foundation Professor of Psychology, University of Nevada, Reno


"What a punchy and engaging book! With a wonderful balance of straightforward explanations, practical exercises and case examples, I expect this book to pack a powerful punch for those wishing to develop a better relationship with their anxiety."

Dr Nic Hooper, senior lecturer of Psychology at University of the West of England, and author of The Unbreakable Student, The Research Journey of ACT and The Annual ACT Diary


"I can't recommend this book enough. It is extraordinarily practical in its approach to the experience of anxiety. You'll find it full of useful strategies and tools to help you revolutionise your relationship with anxiety, break free of fear and live your life fully."

Joe Oliver, founder of Contextual Consulting and co-author of Mindfulness and Acceptance Workbook for Self-Esteem

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