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Book Review: The Tools – Five life-changing techniques to unlock your potential by Phil Stutz and Barry Michels

I wasn’t a huge fan of the uncomfortable Netflix documentary featuring Phil Stutz and Jonah Hill (who says the therapy changed his life): Jonah Hill’s Therapist Documentary: The Tools from ‘Stutz’ - Netflix Tudum. But I was intrigued by the calm, wise words of this veteran psychiatrist and his down-to-earth Read More

2024-04-09T08:41:47+01:00April 9, 2024|Kim's Blog, Relationship Management|

Book review: How to do the work (recognise your patterns, heal from your past and create your self) by Dr Nicole LePera

Part of a psychotherapist’s toolbox is psychoeducation. This is helping therapy clients to understand themselves better and access tools to effect the change they desire. There are a few books that I recommend to my therapy clients and this is one of them. Their reaction is usually positive so here Read More

2023-12-15T10:09:28+00:00December 15, 2023|Kim's Blog, Relationship Management|

Book review – Why has nobody told me this before? Dr Julie Smith (Mental Health Guidance)

Everyone experiences occasions when their mental health falters.  Whether that is with low mood, motivation, self-doubt, stress, grief, loneliness or navigating change. Many of us are able to get through those tough times but sometimes we need a little extra help. Therapy isn’t needed by or available to everyone. This Read More

2023-09-12T16:20:24+01:00July 25, 2023|Kim's Blog, Management Skills, Relationship Management|

Book review: Mediation and dispute resolution – Contemporary issues and developments by Tony Whatling

I reviewed Tony Whatling’s first book – which provides a great introduction to mediation Mediation skills and strategies – A practical guide by Tony Whatling (kimtasso.com) in October 2020 – before I qualified as a mediator . This book seems to be aimed at more at experienced mediators who become Read More

2022-06-01T08:56:24+01:00June 1, 2022|Kim's Blog, Management Skills|
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