There is a wealth of information available to promote wellbeing. Here’s a list of resources I often recommend. I encourage you to explore those about which you are curious. You will be a better collaborator in the process of recovery, when you are more informed. I’ve included links to websites, videos on you tube and books at the Salt Lake County Library system, or Amazon, for your convenience.
Circle of Security (for information on attachment)
Heartmath (to learn how to synchronize breathing, pulse, and thoughts) heartmath.com
Arbinger Institute (relationship information to change hearts, and the way people interact)
Zion and the Spirit of At-One-Ment by M. Catherine Thomas http://abish.byui.edu/reserve/LenhartM/110/thomas.htm
Faith, Reason, Knowledge and Truth, by Richard Williams, 2//2000
Books: (links are to the Salt Lake County Library system book collection)
The Body Keeps The Score by psychiatrist Bessel van der Kolk.
The Anatomy of Peace: Resolving the Heart of Conflict by Arbinger Institute.
by Siegfried Othmer
Change your Brain, Change Your Body
by Dr. Daniel Amen
The Brain’s Way of Healing: remarkable discoveries and recoveries from the frontiers of neuroplasticity
by Norman Doidge, MD
Boundaries: When to say yes, when to say no to take control of your life
by Henry Cloud and John Townsend
by Doc Childre, Howard Martin, Deborah Rozman and Rollin McCraty
by David Eagleman, 2011
Primal Fat Burner: Live longer, Slow Aging, Super-Power Your Brain, and Save Your Life with a High-Fat, Low-Carb Paleo Diet
by Nora Gedaugas
Raising a Secure Child: how circle of security parenting can help nurture your child’s attachment, emotional resilience, and freedom to explore
by Kent Hoffman, Glen Cooper, Bert Powell and Christine M. Benton
Healing Back Pain- The Mind-Body Connection
by John E. Sarno, MD.
Eat Fat, Get Thin
by Dr. Mark Hyman
Fat for Fuel
by Dr. Joseph Mercola