Curated Reading List

Get started on your own with one of these books, specially curated for calming anxiety.

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Jon Kabat Zinn

Wherever You Go, There You Are

Mindfulness Meditation for Everyday Life

This book is a great introduction to mindfulness, meditation, and living a more purposeful life.

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Susan Orsillo, PhD & Lizabeth Roemer, PhD

The Mindful Way through Anxiety

Break Free from Chaotic Worry and Reclaim Your Life

Learn to befriend and calm anxiety and worry.

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Susan Orsillo, PhD & Lizabeth Roemer, PhD

Worry Less, Live More

The Mindful Way through Anxiety Workbook

Dare to live the life you really want.

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Jeffrey Brantley, MD

Calming Your Anxious Mind

How Mindfulness & Compassion Can Free You From Anxiety, Fear & Panic

This book is full of guided meditations you can start using on your own to calm your mind.

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Russ Harris

The Happiness Trap

How to Stop Struggling and Start Living

This book is a guide to using mindfulness techniques from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to reduce stress and live a more meaningful life.

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Francine Shapiro, PhD

Getting Past Your Past

Take Control of Your Life with Self-Help Techniques from EMDR Therapy

Learn about how EMDR Therapy can free you from the past.

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Tara Brach, PhD

Radical Acceptance

Embracing Your Life with the Heart of a Buddha

Learn how to confront even the most challenging circumstances with mindfulness.

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Jon Hershfield, MFT & Tom Corboy, MFT

The Mindfulness Workbook for OCD

A Guide to Overcoming Obsessions and Compulsions Using Mindfulness and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

I highly recommend this book to anyone struggling with OCD.

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Bruce Ecker, Robin Ticic, & Laurel Hulley

Unlocking the Emotional Brain

Eliminating Symptoms at their Roots Using Memory Reconsolidation

Highly recommended for therapists. Only discovered by neuroscientists in 2004, memory reconsolidation turns out to be the key to what makes any transformational therapy successful.