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Stay As You Are: Selfcare Methods by A Psychiatry who experienced Depression and Adaptation Disorder
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``60 self-care techniques'' that increase your options for thinking and acting, as practiced by psychiatrists. You are the only one who can make you happy. That's why we're releasing the ``60 self-care tasks'' that you can start practicing today! The illustrations are by Taro Yabe of ``Oyasan to Boku'' and ``Boke Biyori.''
[Contents] Taming your anxious brain, becoming aware of your habits of thinking, letting go of worries about the future, and becoming free from preconceptions...Specific tips for letting go of stress and being able to live comfortably. ``Self-care that psychiatrists themselves have actually done'' + ``Practical self-care work based on cognitive behavioral therapy'' + ``How to send an SOS and escape when all else fails'' Easy to understand explanation from two perspectives. A book that helps you find ways to protect yourself as you are. At the end of the book, there is also an original work based on PCOP, which is a Japanese version of the Crisis Response Plan (CRP) developed by an American psychologist for the mental care of military personnel.
Psychiatrist, Doctor of Medicine. After graduating from Shiga University School of Medicine in 2010, she gradually became depressed during graduate school and consulted a psychiatrist. She was diagnosed with adjustment disorder. She gradually recovered through time off from work and counseling and is still recovering. From 2021, she is working as an assistant professor in the Department of Psychiatry, at Shiga University of Medical Science. In addition to conducting clinical work mainly in children and adolescents, she is also engaged in research on the sensory characteristics of neurodevelopmental disorders. As a mother of two children, she always feels tired. This is especially noticeable during her children's long holidays. She is the author of ``Mental Care You Should Know From Your Teens: How to Protect Yourself in Difficult Times'' (Natsume Publishing).
|Released Date||Oct 2023|
|Total Page Number||264 pages|
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|Genre||Hobby > Entertainment|