Readings and Resources
Here are a few readings, and groups that may be of interest to someone looking at this site. They are either ones that I've found relevant or have been recommended to me by friends, colleagues or clients.
The Care of the Soul by Thomas Moore: The Soul lives in the day-to-day; the spirit connects with something transcendent.
Man's Search for Meaning Victor Frankl: Existentialism and psychotherapy - if there is a "why" to live there will be a "how".
The Chocolate Cake Sutra Ingredients for a Sweet Life, Geri Larkin: a couple of thousand years of eastern psychology in the Buddhist tradition that is easy to read like a cake is easy to eat.
Comfortable with Uncertainty Pema Chodron: A rich and beautiful read on practicing compassion and living without suffering.
The Feeling Good Handbook by Dr. David D. Burns: A long popular book that brought cognitive behavioural therapy to the masses, it can kick start a process of self-reflection and is meant to create change.
Get Out of Your Mind & Into Your Life: The New Acceptance & Commitment Therapy by Steven C. Hayes: Acceptance and Commitment Therapy can be said to add mindfulness to cognitive behavioural therapy while emphasising engaging with life in accordance with your values and priorities.