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Mental Fitness for Life: A 7 Step Guide to Healthy Aging

Mental Fitness for Life: A 7 Step Guide to Healthy Aging A new vision of aging?a revolutionary program to keep your mind and memory sharp This groundbreaking new book begins with a startling premise: Not only can mental function and memory be maintained into old age, they can be improved and developed to the end of life. Leading gerontologists Sandra Cusack and Wendy Thompson introduce total fitness for the brain, a program they have developed over years of research and practical work in the field....

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Mental Health, Naturally: The Family Guide to Holistic Care for a Healthy Mind and Body Reviews

Mental Health, Naturally: The Family Guide to Holistic Care for a Healthy Mind and Body Reviews Those seeking alternative methodologies for achieving optimal mental health will learn effective, safe, natural, and generally more affordable strategies and treatments in this guidebook. With up-to-date research, illustrative examples, and a practical approach for individuals and families, this handbook features an overview of mental health disorders, basic strategies for improving as well as preventing mental health issues, therapies that go...

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Stress Survival Super Strategies – Reduce Mental Trauma By Focusing Your Alignment On Positive Thoughts

Stress Survival Super Strategies – Reduce Mental Trauma By Focusing Your Alignment On Positive Thoughts Do you ever feel down, stressed, or anxious? Millions of Americans struggle with stress, anxiety, or mood problems. They can wear and tear on your body leaving you feeling tired, drained, and empty inside.Over time, stress and anxiety can build causing you to be less productive, anxious, tense, and even unhappy. A poor mood can make you irritable, impatient, and hurt your relationships. You may find it tough to focus, stay motivated, or...

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Kenyan Immigrants in the United States: Acculturation, Coping Strategies, and Mental Health

Kenyan Immigrants in the United States: Acculturation, Coping Strategies, and Mental Health Odera's work yields rich data on Kenyan immigrants and reveals a highly educated group of foreign-born individuals. She adapts a multidimensional conceptual framework that combines both the stress-and-coping model of acculturation proposed by Berry (1980) and the sociocultural model proposed by Ward and Rana-Deuba (1999); both of which govern the relationship between acculturation and mental health. Findings indicate that Kenyan immigrants'...

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100 Interactive Activities for Mental Health and Substance Abuse Recovery

100 Interactive Activities for Mental Health and Substance Abuse Recovery Ages 8 & Up. Energize,empower and educate your group participants with these 100 interactive activities. Designed for clients dealing with mental health and substance abuse recovery issues. Treatment components common to both are incorporated. The 14 broad categories in this manual are: Anger Management, Assertion, Cognitive Changes, Coping, Inspiration, Mental Health and Sobriety, Problem Solving, Recovery, Relationships, Self-Development,...

College Students: Mental Health And Coping Strategies

College Students: Mental Health And Coping Strategies College students are subject to a massive input of stresses which require successful and ever-changing coping strategies. These stresses include inside and outside pressures by the world to succeed, financial worries, concerns about uncertain futures, social problems and opportunities since college is often the meeting place for future mates, and homework and tests in multiple and complex subjects requiring preparation and focus with often...

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Is There Room For Me, Too?: 12 Steps & 12 Strategies for coping with mental illness Reviews

Is There Room For Me, Too?: 12 Steps & 12 Strategies for coping with mental illness Reviews In America today, in any given year, there are 60 million people living with a psychiatric condition. They are given pills, which may - or may not - control their worst symptoms. And then what? For the first time, here comes a book that tells you what to do AFTER you leave the doctor's office. Foreword Reviews writes: "Four Stars out of five...this book will also benefit relatives and friends and help mental health professionals...

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