In my last post – Inside a Professional Counselor’s Kindle Library – I shared just a few books you can find in my Amazon Kindle library, including books about depression, anxiety, ADHD, executive functioning, life skills, mindfulness, meditation, relaxation, and stress management. If you thought that was the extent of my Kindle book collection, let me assure you with this post that my first list didn’t even cover half of my wide selection.
I’m a huge research junkie. And I’m a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) who treats a wide variety of mental health issues and concerns. I like knowing what the latest research says about what might help those struggling with mental health issues. I am up front with my clients that sometimes I just don’t know all the answers (nor should I), but I will try to help them find someone or something that might.
Soooo… My Kindle library is quite extensive. Even after sharing this post, I won’t be able to list every single book. My bookshelves are the same. My books may soon need their own house! I frequently get asked about the books I have – both Kindle versions and those that are hard copies. As promised in my last post, today I will share a few more selections you can find in this counselor’s Kindle library.
Again, as with the last post, I want to note that this is not a sponsored post. Amazon.com, nor anyone else, is paying me to share my book selection. Also, just because I have a particular book in my library doesn’t necessarily mean that I recommend it. Most of the books in my Kindle library are really good. Others, maybe not so much. You live, you learn. You’ll find that some books are specifically written for clinicians, while others are written for everybody else.
So here we go again…