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Talk Yourself Better : A Confused Person's Guide to Therapy, Counselling and Self-Help, Paperback / softback Book

Talk Yourself Better : A Confused Person's Guide to Therapy, Counselling and Self-Help Paperback / softback

Paperback / softback


'Brilliant - makes a baffling world comprehensible' - Jeremy Vine'It's everything you didn't know about therapy or were afraid to ask, but by no means the daunting read you might imagine.

Sherine, an award-winning comedian and writer for TV and radio, has persuaded such people as Stephen Fry, David Baddiel and Dolly Alderton to write warts-and-all pieces for the book about their struggles with mental health' - The TimesSo you've decided you want to try therapy.

But which type of therapy is best for you? Do you know your CBT from your DBT, your cognitive analytic therapy from your psychoanalysis?

Talk Yourself Better cuts through the confusion when it comes to choosing a therapist.

Exploring all the different kinds of therapy available, Ariane Sherine offers an entertaining insight into each type, including interviews with celebrities, writers and therapists themselves to help make taking that first step a whole lot easier. * Funny and clear Q&A sections guide you through the differences between therapies* Real life stories give an honest account of the pros and cons of each form of therapy* Therapist interviews give an insight into why a counsellor would champion their chosen form of practice* Features contributions from household names such as Stephen Fry, Charlie Brooker, Dolly Alderton and David Baddiel. This is an essential overview of the bewildering range of options available to you when you want to solve a psychological or emotional problem.

Friendly and accessible, Talk Yourself Better stresses the importance of talk therapy in improving your mental health.


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