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Publication Date: 19 Nov 2015
Publisher: Sheldon Press
Page Count: 128
Author: Catherine G. Lucas
ISBN-13: 9781847093073, 9781847093080

Coping with a Mental Health Crisis

By Catherine G. Lucas
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Summary
This book is for anyone experiencing acute depression, anxiety, or emotional turmoil which doesn't necessarily need to be medicalised. It offers holistic information that is not readily available within mainstream mental healthcare, encompassing the physical, emotional, psychological and spiritual. Topics include: Why it's vital to get the right support Finding the right healthcare professional Focussing on others who have recovered Making lifestyle changes - drastic if need be The importance of diet Eliminating toxicity, whether it's a toxic relationship, work situation or living environment Regarding illness as a gift - an opportunity for healing and growth.
About the Author
Catherine G Lucas is author of In Case of Spiritual Emergency (Findhorn Press). Catherine is the Founder of the Spiritual Crisis Network, a UK charity, and an accredited Mindfulness Trainer.
Press Reviews

Catherine serves as an inspiration to others. Her own lived experience has taken her on a journey of self-discovery and healing. And now with wisdom and compassion, she illuminates a wide variety of pathways to recovery, showing that, however difficult things may seem, one should never lose hope.

- Dr Russell Razzaque, consultant psychiatrist

Accessible and wide ranging ... the book promises choice, individualisation and the potential of hope. The most powerful element was the use of personal narrative to illustrate different aspects. In this way, the book explores different ways of viewing mental health and crisis as opportunities for growth and change, while also acknowledging the potentially devastating and distressing experience and effect of such crises. This publication provides a useful viewpoint for those interest in the psychospiritual aspects of mental health and wellbeing.

- Charley Baker