The Mindfulness Workbook for Depression: Effective Mindfulness Strategies to Cultivate Positivity from the Inside Out (Paperback)

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The Mindfulness Workbook for Depression: Effective Mindfulness Strategies to Cultivate Positivity from the Inside Out (Paperback)


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Learn to lead a more positive life through mindfulness

Mindfulness, the practice of living in the moment, can be an effective and empowering tool for managing depression. The Mindfulness Workbook for Depression will teach you how to practice mindfulness using simple exercises to help you build self-awareness and break through negative thought patterns.

What sets this depression workbook apart from other mindfulness journals:
  • Expert guidance from a licensed psychotherapist—Author Yoon Im Kane is a Yale University-trained psychotherapist and the founder of Mindful NYC, a psychotherapy center. She provides clear, concise direction and techniques she’s honed over more than two decades in practice.
  • Mindfulness basics—Learn how directing your attention to the present moment can help with managing information overload, reconnecting with your body, and instilling more self compassion.
  • Healing exercises—Empower yourself with supportive exercises, like journaling and meditation, that will show you how to ground yourself, respond to difficult feelings, slow racing thoughts, and more.
  • Positive affirmations—Each chapter ends with a positive phrase to bring you into the moment, a verbal touchstone you can repeat whenever you need it, like at the start of your day or before a big meeting.

Mindfully manage your depression and become more positive from the inside out with The Mindfulness Workbook for Depression.
Yoon Im Kane, LCSW, CGP, is the founder and CEO of Mindful Psychotherapy Services, an outpatient therapy center with offices in Brooklyn and Manhattan. Trained at Yale University, Kane has been providing treatment as a psychotherapist for more than two decades. She is the founder of Mndlink, Inc., a remote therapy platform that securely connects therapists with patients. Follow her on all social media platforms @mindful_nyc.
Product Details ISBN: 9781647396633
ISBN-10: 1647396638
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Publication Date: September 22nd, 2020
Pages: 176
Language: English
“Yoon Im Kane’s workbook provides accessible and effective mindfulness tools to alleviate depression. The workbook guides the readers through the exercises in a supportive, gentle way, free of clinical jargon. Anyone can follow these mindfulness steps toward a healthy, brighter life!” —Michi Rose, PhD, MAT, LMSW, Founder of Inner Solutions for Change and Educator of Mental Health Professionals

The Mindfulness Workbook for Depression by Yoon Im Kane provides hope and healing for any person experiencing depression or desiring to practice the tried-and-true techniques of mindfulness. The workbook delivers solutions in an elegant, affirming, practical, and informative manner. Kane writes in a non-judgmental way, clearly demonstrating her expertise, compassion, and skill in understanding the needs of the depressed person. This workbook integrates the essence, science, and art of healing and growth!” —Gail Bach, Ph.D, LCSW

“With an emotional roller coaster as complex and misunderstood as depression, The Mindfulness Workbook for Depression provides as much clarity of technique as it does hope for a positive outcome. In concise, clear language, Yoon Im Kane distills invaluable practices to integrate left brain with right, head with heart, doing with being, and sadness/fear with joy. The streamlining of her own lived experience with her basic suggested blueprints adds a particular poignancy to the strength and wisdom of her approach. This book belongs in the working library of every mental health professional and in the hands of anyone coping with the weight and/or paralysis of depression. I leave my experience with this book grateful for its lessons and eager to keep applying its impact in my own life.” —Khleber Chapman Attwell, M.D., M.P.H., Former Clinical Director of Medical Student Mental Health Service, Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, and Author of 100 Questions and Answers About Anxiety