For Deborah Day, a clinician in the mental health field, the way you think is an important factor in affecting positive change in your life. In her practice, she takes on a creative and interactive style in driving this mind-set to her clients so they can deal with depression and finally be able to achieve happiness. And now, she brings healing and hope to a larger audience with her self-published book Be Happy Now.
In her book, Deborah challenges readers to direct change and growth in their lives. To do this, she encourages them to identify the thoughts, beliefs, and feelings that are not serving their greatest good. She then provides the tools to help change these self-defeating patterns.
To read more about Deborah’s main guidelines for building a positive state of mental health, visit our blog.
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