Endorsements & Reviews

The Road to Calm Workbook

 

“The authors thoughtfully teach readers to first understand where feelings of craziness come from and then present paths to sanity. They provide particular detail on aspects of ‘emotional flooding’ and the road to self-regulation. An excellent choice for those who are beset by stress and fear.” — Library Journal

 

“The user-friendly Road to Calm Workbook is written so anyone reading it can understand it. . . . Goals don’t seem so out of reach when working with the book, which emphasizes that 28 days makes a habit. This is about you. Reclaim you. Love you. This book could help.” — Energy Times

 

“[T]here is a wealth of information in this book . . . . [A] worthwhile manual of helpful techniques.” — Metapsychology Online Reviews

 

“What if there was a way you could inoculate against the daily stresses of life? Carolyn Daitch and Lissah Lorberbaum have just given us the next best thing. In The Road to Calm Workbook, they help you understand when and why emotional overwhelm occurs and give instructions for concrete, practical, easy-to-use practices that anyone can use to relax and lower their baseline levels of emotional reactivity. Whether you are a therapist looking for powerful tools that your patients can use between sessions, or an individual working to manage your own stresses and emotions, this book is an essential resource.” — Ruth Buczynski, PhD, licensed psychologist, president of The National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine

 

“Of all the poignant scenes of human interactions, one of the most universal challenges is emotional flooding and the relational damage it causes. Since few of us are exempt, we all need a guide—and The Road to Calm Workbook is just that. With elegant and detailed exercises, this manual will help you STOP emotional flooding. And if you are a clinician, your clients can use it too. We recommend it to everyone as an essential tool to keep handy. You never know when you will be triggered!” — Harville Hendrix, PhD and Helen LaKelly Hunt, PhD, co-creators of Imago Relationship Therapy and authors of Getting the Love You Want and Making Marriage Simple

 

“There are two big strengths to the book. The first is the audio sessions which will give people a chance to experience and work with exercises while hearing Carol’s voice. . . . They can listen and experience a change in their symptoms and later do the exercises on their own. The second strength is the way the book helps readers make connections between their symptoms and behaviors in a way that is simultaneously non-threatening and empowering. . . . giving people hope and then showing them a way out of the pain.” — Ryan Nagy

 

Anxiety Disorders: The Go-To Guide for Clients and Therapists

 

Anxiety Disorders: The Go-To Guide for Clients and Therapists pulls from a vast  array of treatment modalities and lifestyle practices to offer you a rich compendium of healing opportunities for the treatment of anxiety disorders. With The Guide in hand, you will be able to understand not only what treatment options are available, but what might fit best for you as a client or as a therapist. The treatment of anxiety disorders cannot be simplified into a one-size-fits-all model. If you want a clear-cut explanation of Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, Specific Phobias, Social Anxiety Disorder, and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, The Guide is the place to begin. If you want to gain an understanding of how to craft the best treatment plan that reflects your individual needs, The Guide is a springboard for your creativity. Daitch has written an exceptionally clear and multi-faceted consideration of anxiety disorders and their treatment. Her kind tone is matched by her clinical skill, as she engages her intended audience of both therapists and people suffering with anxiety issues. She teaches readers that anxiety has multiple causes and multiple treatments, and liberally sprinkles the text with examples and potential paths to recovery. This really is the guide to go to!

-Michael D. Yapko, PhD, Author of Depression is Contagious and Breaking the Patterns of Depression 

 

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In this easy-to-read guide, Daitch has provided a compendium of information about what works for anxiety disorders. She guides readers through the maze of varied symptoms and available treatments to the center of what they need, revealing methods that really work to calm panic, easeworry, reduce compulsiveness and eliminate phobias. Daitch’s Go-To Guide will be welcomed by therapists and consumers alike.

Margaret Wehrenberg, PsyDAuthor of The Anxious Brain

 

The 10 Best-Ever Anxiety Management Techniques and The 10 Best-Ever Depression Management Techniques

This book is a gem. It’s a rich compendium of tools, techniques and professional wisdom for both clients who suffer from anxiety disorders and the therapists who treat them. I commend Dr. Daitch for this invaluable resource.
Assen Alladin, PhD, Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Calgary, Author of Handbook of Cognitive Hypnotherapy for Depression and Cognitive Hypno