I love a good self help read or a good Ted talk. If you ask any therapist, they usually have a book, or a
training or even a instagram page that has been beneficial in their own personal journey. I like to share
the knowledge so here are some resources I recommend :

– How to do the work by Dr Nicole LePera: This book provides guidance on doing personal growth work and healing from past trauma. It’s a useful resource for therapists and clients interested in inner work.

– The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson: This popular book offers a counterintuitive approach to living a good life, arguing that not caring too much can make people happier. It provides an interesting perspective for therapists and clients.

– The 4 Attachments by Don Miguel Ruiz: This book examines the attachments that cause suffering and provides toltec wisdom on finding inner freedom. Useful for therapists interested in mindfulness and eastern philosophy.

– Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents by Lindsay Gibson: This book helps make sense of dysfunctional family dynamics. Valuable for therapists working with clients who had difficult childhoods.

– Calm App: This popular meditation and sleep app can support mental health and wellbeing. Worth recommending to clients interested in mindfulness practices.

– Dr Nicole LePera (@theholisticpsychologist): A psychologist providing science-based info on trauma, healing, and mindfulness. Her Instagram is helpful for therapists and clients.

– Nedra Tawwab (@nedratawwab): A therapist sharing relationship and boundary advice. Her Instagram provides useful perspectives for therapists and clients.

I highly recommend following the Gottman institute on Instagram. There you will find tips and recommendations on building a stronger connection in your relationships. Follow (@thegottmaninstitute)

Let me know if you need me to expand on any of these key points!


Dr. Nicole LePera -@The.Holistic.Psychologist
Nedra Tawwab @NedraTwwab

The Gottman Institute @Thegottmaninstitute