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Come as you are

Emily Nagoski

A book that uses sciences to talk about women's sexuality.  It is SOOOO good.  And it will be the book we will discuss for our first book club- February.

How To Do the work

Dr. Nicole Leperla

This is a fan favorite, and consistently recommended to my by my clients.

Transcending Trauma

Frank G Anderson, MD

IFS but specifically how it relates to C-PTSD, by a really dynamic and compassionate author.

emotional inheritance

Galit Atlas

A book that talks about the unconscious passage of trauma, the therapist's and her patient's.  It was a page turner for me.

no bad parts

Richard C Schwartz

A guide by the founder of IFS to invite us into our inner world, increasing our compassion and unburdening our parts.

When the body says no

Dr Gabor Mate

Dr. Gabor Mate is one of my favorite clinicians and authors.  I am consistently recommending his books for ADD, addiction, gifted children etc.  But lately this one, concerning trauma and disease seems to be recommended the most.

Adult children of emotionally immature parents

Lindsay C Gibson PsyD

This book consistently gets good reviews from anyone I recommend it to.  It offers validation and tips.

eight dates

John Gotmann

Anyone who wants to increase communication with their partner, newly dating or long term.

Moving on doesn't mean letting go

Gina Moffa, LCSW

A friend and grief expert, she wrote this book using her own experience and her clinical expertise.  A great recommendation for anyone dealing with grief.  

Some of my personal favorites: When Women Were Dragons Anything by Melissa Febos Braiding Sweetgrass What My Bones Know How to Change Your Brain In the House of Me

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