Ever wonder what your therapist reads? Well you are about to find out. I have gathered therapists from all over the world to share what they are reading this month with you. There are a lot of great books out there and we are here to share them with you.
What Your Therapist is Reading
Sacred Influence by Gary Thomas
Shana Verdine, LCSW
I am re-reading Sacred Influence by Gary Thomas. This book helped me to change the wife that I am to my husband. Our marriage was strengthened based on applications from this book. Gary Thomas helps the reader to understand how the male mind works and ways women can encourage and influence their spouse. I have used pieces of this book in my practice and appreciate the practical applications presented in the book.
You can connect with Rebecca Wong, LCSW at www.rebeccawonglcsw.com
“Living Beautifully with Uncertainty and Change” reminds us that the only certain is change and that we tend to desperately try to hold on to things or people or ways of thinking. The key this book teaches is accepting that this will never happen and that the only way to really cope is to become comfortable with the uncomfortable. Very eye opening me and I recommend it to clients and friends alike.
6 Replies to “What Your Therapist Are Reading”
What a great list of books!! Thanks for putting this together!
Thank you for letting me be part of this great post! I’ve also added a few great reads to my list!
No problem. I love doing this. It is such a great way to find more books to read!
So many good ones…love all things related to mindfulness and Brene Brown and thanks for posting as I needed a good recommendation for Codependency other than Alanon books and Boundaries! Thanks you.
Such a good list and really fun to see what my colleagues are reading!