With over thirty years’ experience in the field of mental health, Enda Murphy draws on case histories to inform readers about the five modes of behaviour that can cause mental health problems.
Through a writing style that is free from psychobabble and jargon, readers are offered qualified advice on how to cope with and overcome panic attacks, anxiety and depression by changing just five ways of behaving. The book also sets out how to deal with our emotions, and how we can avoid the errors in our thinking that cause mental health problems. Readers are invited to change their ways of thinking to live happier and more emotionally healthy lives.
Although this book specifically targets those who suffer from mental health problems, it is also essential reading for anybody interested in why such conditions occur: family members and loved ones of those who suffer, as well as therapists and health professionals.