BOOK BLITZ - Shame Free ADHD (and Anxiety) by Rebecca Lavine, LICSW

 

Mindfulness for the Rest of Us


Self-Help

Date Published: October 2022

 

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Change Without Shame

 

Exhausted by trying to be someone you are not?

 Overwhelmed?

 

Learn how to accept yourself as you actually are.

Change the story you tell yourself--for good.


What Makes This Book Different


Mindfulness can be very hard for people who deal with ADHD and other big feelings. This book is packed with practical tips and examples to help you start where you are. Make realistic change by learning how to be in the present moment. There are many ways to be mindful--and there are many ways to be you.

 


About the Author

Rebecca Lavine, MTS, MSW, LICSW, is a solution-focused therapist and coach. Her unique four step “Good Changes” approach has helped empower countless individuals to be more stable, positive and connected to themselves and others.

Rebecca holds degrees from Harvard University and Boston University. She has over a decade of experience helping hundreds of people with anxiety, depression and ADHD.

The Good Changes process is deeply collaborative and focused on your personal needs and goals. It helps you pinpoint what can change--for good.

 


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