Below are available resources individuals can utilize to amplify their skills for personal growth.
Request an Outreach Program for your Group/Organization/Department:
- Click here to find your "Inner Roar"
Apps to download:
The following are apps you can download to your phone or other smart device for free or at a low cost!
Books to read:
Independent reading can be a helpful contribution to the counseling process. The following are books recommended by our counselors to assist in personal development and growth.
- Barnes, A (2018) How to be Mindful. London: Circus Books
- Barnes, A (2018) How to be Calm. London: Circus Books
- Carson, R.D. (2003) Taming your Gremlin. New York: HarperCollins Publishers
- Cooper, H.C. (2014) Thriving with Social Anxiety. New York: Fall River Press
- Hanh, T.N. (2014) No Mud, No Lotus: The art of transforming suffering. Berkley: Parralax Press
- Harris, R (2008) The Happiness Trap: How to stop struggling and start living. Boulder: Trumpeter Books.
- Kabat-Zinn, J (2005) Wherever You Go, There You Are. New York: MJF Books
- Sincero, J (2013) You are a Badass: How to stop doubting your greatness and start living an awesome life. Philadelphia: Running Press
- Watt, T (2012). Mindfulness: A practical guide. New York: MJF Books
- Williams-Brown, K (2018) Adulting: How to become a grown-up in 535 easy(ish) steps. New York: Grand Central Publishing.
Workbooks to borrow:
Our counselors have a variety of workbooks available to use during or outside of the counseling session. Chapters of the following are available by request
- MacCuthcheon, M (2018) The Self-Esteem Workbook for Women. Emeryville: Althena Press.
- Cantalano, J (2018) Anger Management Workbook for Women. Emeryville: Althena Press.
- Harris, R (2009) ACT Made Simple. Oakland: New Harbinger Publications, Inc.
- Schiraldi, G.R. (2016) The Self-Esteem Workbook. Oakland: Raincoast Books.
- Hayes, S.C; Smith, S (2005) Get Out of Your Mind and Into Your Life: The new Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Oakland: Raincoast Books