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Therapy is... Magic: An essential guide to the ups, downs and life-changing experiences of talking therapy
Jo Love
Yellow Kite | Hodder / Softcover / 2022-07-01 / 1529348439
Self Help / Psychotherapy
price: $28.99
288 pages
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In this part memoir, part mental health resource and how-to guide, Jo Love throws opens the door of her therapist's office and shines a light on what exactly goes on in the therapy room.

With the help of experts, including her very own therapist, Jo opens a rare window into the real world of therapy, unpicking the magical powers that enabled her to re-find her own voice, restored her resilience through the cloudiest days and ultimately saved her from her own mind.

Each chapter includes:

- A therapy list where Jo shares her knowledgeable insights into therapy
- Inspirational voices in the mental health space on the life-changing effects of therapy
- A 'From the Other Chair' section featuring expert opinions from mental health professionals
- 'Need Help Now' suggestions

Therapy is ... Magic moves away from the stigma sometimes associated with seeking help, and shines a light on the emotional and physical benefits of talking therapies. Jo Love shows us that with professional guidance we can heal ourselves and the relationships we have, tackle addictions and trauma, and save our minds.

About the Author

Jo Love is a trainee psychotherapist, mental health advocate and artist.

Jo regularly speaks, writes, hosts events, workshops and talks on mental health. She shares her experience of mental illness including depression, anxiety and burnout alongside evidence-based strategies that helped her recover. She is a mental health ambassador for various brands and organisations. Jo regularly consults with companies, brands and schools on how to look after our mental health and help break the stigma that still sadly surrounds getting support.

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