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Caversham is pleased to be the bookstore for the CACBT Virtual Conference!
Managing Director Joe Adelaars will be wandering around your pixelated Gather.Town conference floor (we can't say we've done one quite like this before!). I must say, Joe looks exactly like himself, quite the resemblance. The rest of team will be on the phones and email for any questions you might have during the conference.
Below you will find links to the speakers that have published books, as well as the sections you might want to browse. We recommend you check out the CBT section (for the professional, the client, and groups.) of course! Third wave therapies such as DBT, ACT, and Mindfulness therapies are well represented in our catalog of 76,000 titles.
Should you need specific resources for Trauma, Grief, OCD, ADHD, Depression and Anxiety we have you covered.
Our store is closed to browsers of course, but we're meeting so many people over the web and by phone these days. Shipping for small business is a challenge to keep affordable, however we manage to charge a reasonable $7 flat rate, and orders over $75 ship free, Canada Wide! (If you need to top up an order, check out the list of list of books under $15)
We hope you have a great conference, and thank you for all you do in these unpredicable times! We're so glad to be there with you, virtually... for now :)
— Caversham Gremlins (Joe, Janet, Karl, Neil & Noah)
Keynote: Timothy Caulfield
Health Resilience in the Age of Fear and Misinformation
In Relax, Dammit! , health policy expert Timothy Caulfield takes us through a regular day--from the moment we wake up to when we go to sleep--and shows the underlying science behind our actions and habits. What he reveals is that we make decisions that are based, to a lesser or greater extent, on misinformation. Whether he's studying cell phone use, bike commuting, or raw-milk cheese consumption, Caulfield shows that many of the things we believe to be healthier, safer, or just better, simply aren't. With solid grounding in current and reliable scientific findings, the author points to a less stressful way forward--which means we can all afford to relax a lot more.
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