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Good Things Emotional Healing Journal: Addiction Written by Elisabeth Davies, M. C.,
and Illustrated by Bryan Marshall Physical and emotional stress can make millions
of people vulnerable to use mood altering substances and unhealthy habits as an attempt
to cope. "Good Things Emotional Healing Journal-Addiction" is a valuable resource
that offers effective strategies and insights to manage unwanted habits and compulsive
behaviors, so that you can choose healthier ways to cope with life.
"Good Things, Emotional Healing Journal - Addiction" is packed with strategies and
penetrating journaling questions that enhance the reader’s insight and skill set,
in managing unwanted habits and compulsive behaviors. Its unrestrained illustrations
evoke addictive qualities that prime the reader, to desire strength in overriding
impulsive tendencies. "Good Things, Emotional Healing Journal - Addiction" addresses
symptoms, personality traits and solutions to addiction, so that you can minimize
the negative consequences resulting from compulsive behaviors.
Elisabeth Davies, M.C. was born in Hollywood California in 1963. She grew up in Arizona.
She graduated with a Masters degree in counseling and has been in private practice
since 1993. In 2005 she began creating Good Things Emotional Healing cards. She gave
them as gifts to each of her clients, to reinforce healthy thoughts and beliefs.
These cards are now being bought internationally. In 2008 Elisabeth began writing
a series of Good Things Emotional Healing Journals. These workbooks offer effective
strategies and solutions to managing emotions and behaviors, that lead to healthy
relationships. Elisabeth Davies has won awards for best counseling practice 2 years
in a row from her local community.