New: See What Oprah’s Book Club 2.0 said about my book – The Anxiety Toolkit

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Oprah.com published a long excerpt from The Anxiety Toolkit, which you can read here.

They also promoted the book to the 1.3 million people on their Oprah’s Book Club email list!

They called it “The Book That Will Increase Your Self-Esteem (and Happiness)”

“Read This To Get Unstuck – We found it: the book that shows you how to break free from criticism that undermines your self-worth and your ability to make lasting change. Take a look at the powerful (and practical) excerpt.”

Other:

Listen to me on Kim Hill http://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/saturday/audio/20174370/alice-boyes-anxiety-tools (accessible from anywhere).

 

About:

Hi, I’m Dr Alice Boyes, author of The Anxiety Toolkit (2015, Perigee/Penguin).

I blog for Psychology Today and I’m the emotions expert for Women’s Health Australia.

I don’t offer individual therapy anymore but I’m available for keynotes, consultancy on program development, and corporate training in mindfulness and resilience.

I’m now based in USA but I’m originally from New Zealand.

To get in touch: Email: admin (at) aliceboyes.com.

Bio

My PhD research about relationships was published in the world’s premier social psychology journal (Journal of Personality and Social Psychology) in 2007.

I used to be a clinical psychologist in New Zealand but now I’m a writer.

My writing is influenced by multiple different types of therapies, including techniques from Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Positive Psychology, Mindfulness, and Self-Compassion.

I’m a science geek, I know lots about the research literature (which you’ll see from my blog).

My tips are designed to help you understand yourself better, reduce your problems, and help you find the tools and information that will help you have more self-acceptance and enable you to live a rich, meaningful and happy life.

If you’re a journalist and want comments for an article you’re writing, feel free to contact me.

Notes:

– All advice is for general information purposes and may not be right for you personally.

– I don’t offer personal advice via email or social media.

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