Reclaiming Sanity Paperback
Hope and Healing for Trauma, Stress, and Overwhelming Life Events
by Laurel Shaler;
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For when everything feels just too much, this book offers support, and a route to reclaiming sanity against the stress and pressure of life.
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With a girlfriend's companionship and a professional counselor's expertise Dr. Laurel Shaler walks readers through personal stories and biblical insights that shed light on daily and traumatic stress. In Reclaiming Sanity she shows:
- How to find freedom from the past
- Five myths about anger and how to overcome them
- The antidote for nagging worry and sleepless nights
- Ways to rebuild trust in others
- How Christ gives true strength
Offering effective action steps toward reclaiming sanity Dr. Shaler guides readers through the healing process whether they are dealing with a one-time traumatic event or years of hidden pain.
Laurel Shaler PhD is a professor at Liberty University and a speaker on faith and emotional well-being. A national certified counsellor and social worker Dr. Shaler is a former psychotherapist for the Department of Veterans Affairs where she specialized in treating trauma. She and her family live in Greenville South Carolina.
Reclaiming Sanity by Laurel Shaler was published by David C. Cook in July 2017 and is our 39168th best seller. The ISBN for Reclaiming Sanity is 9781434710420.
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Details for Reclaiming Sanity
|Author / Artist||Laurel Shaler|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||David C. Cook (July 2017)|
|Number of Pages||208|
|Page last updated||17th October 2017|