The Invisible Toolbox: Coping Skills for Everyday Resilience

The Invisible Toolbox: Coping Skills for Everyday Resilience

by Michael Miello, Ph.D.

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The Invisible Toolbox: Coping Skills for Everyday Resilience by Michael Miello, Ph.D.

The Invisible Toolbox is the first aid kit for your mind—an easy-to-use guide to the 22 best Coping Skills for achieving resilience in the face of depression, anxiety, anger and unwanted urges. This concise book features proven techniques based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and other evidence-based treatment approaches. You’ll find simple instructions for using Mindfulness, Behavioral Activation, Grounding, Deep Relaxation Training, Visualization, Gratitude Journaling, Love and Kindness Meditations, Committed Action, and many more. Instructions for Social Coping Skills will help you get the most benefit from the supportive people in your life. In the Advanced Coping Skills section you’ll learn strategies for working with unhelpful thoughts and beliefs, as well as techniques for clarifying your core values. You’ll also receive step-by-step instructions for creating your own personalized Coping Plan so that you never have to confront life’s challenges armed with the wrong tools again.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154002438
Publisher: Michael Miello, Ph.D.
Publication date: 02/03/2017
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 62,980
File size: 801 KB

About the Author

Michael Miello is a clinical psychologist licensed in the state of New York. He earned his Ph.D. from St. John’s University and has been working with clients for twenty years. He is currently in private practice in Westchester NY and Long Island, NY. He is a lifelong student of psychology and a perpetual seeker of the good life.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I suffer from GAD and depression. A lot of the coping methods that are mentioned in this book have helped me overcome some serious rough patches. Practicing mindfulness and reprogramming my core values were difficult processes, but have done wonders for me in regards to my outlook on life in general. Diaphragmatic breathing and progressive muscle relaxation have been convenient and helpful tools in my case, since they can be practiced virtually anywhere. Change doesn’t happen overnight, and this kind of work takes patience and practice, but it’s well worth it to achieve genuine happiness.