The Self-talk Workout

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Self-talk matters, but what methods of building healthy self-talk actually work? Perhaps you want to be nicer to yourself but don’t really know how to get there. Or maybe you�re someone who assumes self-criticism is a permanent part of your personality. Rest assured that you’re not alone�millions of people struggle with the toll that excessive self-criticism takes on their minds, energy levels, jobs, and relationships. After over twenty years of working with individuals and groups on self-criticism and related challenges, psychologist and mindfulness teacher Dr. Rachel Goldsmith Turow offers the �self-talk workout��six evidence-based techniques to go from being your own worst critic to your own best friend.

  • Genre Self-Help
  • Language English
  • Format Paperback
  • Page Count 272 pages
  • Release Date 20-May-2024
  • ISBN 13 978-81-19153-70-1

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About the Author

Rachel Goldsmith Turow

Rachel Goldsmith Turow, Ph.D., is a psychotherapist, research scientist, mindfulness teacher, and an adjunct faculty member at Seattle University and at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She is the author of over 30 peer-reviewed scientific articles and book chapters. Rachel's work originally focused on the ways that people experience stress and trauma. Over the years, Rachel noted that many of the strategies that help people recover from trauma can also build emotional resilience more generally. Rachel's current work emphasizes techniques that decrease self-criticism, cultivate self-encouragement, and enhance participation in meaningful goals and activities. Rachel currently teaches three "science and practice" courses at Seattle University: Mindfulness Skills, Developing Compassion, and Building Resilience. In each course, students practice new mental skills and other behaviors while also learning about scientific research studies related to each technique. She has also led mindfulness, compassion, and resilience workshops nationally for audiences ranging from high school teachers to active military personnel.