Ease stress and achieve balance through the healing power of mindfulness
Mindfulness is a powerful and proven method for reducing stress and its negative health effects. The Mindfulness Workbook for Stress Relief shows you how to relieve tension and find calm using soothing, restorative techniques like meditation, non-judgment, self-inquiry, and mind-body awareness.
Featuring helpful exercises and simple meditations, this hands-on stress management workbook delivers a wide variety of effective mindfulness tools that you can add to your self-care toolbox like breath awareness, body scans, mindful walking, and more.
The Mindfulness Workbook for Stress Relief includes:
- Practical & actionable―This book has a beginner-friendly focus that covers a spectrum of everyday situations and science-based solutions.
- Evidence-based approach―Explore engaging mindfulness-based exercises that are proven to help relieve stress, anxiety, chronic pain, and sleep issues.
- Situational success―Learn how to address stress triggers in many areas of daily life like relationships, at work, and beyond.
Take a deep breath and begin your practice today with this evidence-based mindfulness workbook.
“In an increasingly stressful world, we need practical tools to reduce our stress and stay healthy―and the Mindfulness Workbook for Stress Relief provides just that! It’s a great introduction to Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction strategies and is packed with exercises that you can easily incorporate into your daily life.” ―Sharon Martin, MSW, LCSW, Psychotherapist and Author of The CBT Workbook for Perfectionism
“Clients often ask me, what is mindfulness and how can it help me with the stress of my daily life? This book delivers those answers and so much more. Grounded with practical exercises based on scientific research, this workbook is helpful to both those new to a mindfulness practice and to the experienced practitioner. I know it will be at the top of my list of books that I recommend to my staff and clients.” ―Scott Balderson, LMFT, Director, Center for Mindful Psychotherapy
“This book could also be titled How To Become Your Own Best Friend. The author offers kind and practical ways to incorporate mindful self-compassion into your daily life, giving you a blueprint for how to truly show up for yourself no matter what life brings. And in reading April's caring words, I think you'll find a friend in her, too.” ―Lauren Selfridge, MEd, MA, LMFT, Psychotherapist at Lauren Selfridge Psychotherapy and Host of This Is Not What I Ordered
APRIL SNOW, LMFT, is a licensed psychotherapist and consultant in California who specializes in working with highly sensitive introverts, perfectionists, and high achievers to help them overcome the stress and anxiety of living in a busy, overwhelming world. A practitioner of meditation and yoga for more than 20 years, she incorporates stress reduction, self-compassion, and other evidence-based mindfulness tools into her clinical work. Learn more about her and her practice at AprilSnowConsulting.com.