The client might have said that she wants to get her life back on track. She might have indicated that she will do whatever you suggest in order to increase her mental and physical health. But does she possess the skills to carry out this promise? Is she aware, for example, of what constitutes good practice for both mental and physical wellness? And what about you, as the mental health professional: do you know enough about these topics – and how to convey them in a valid psychoeducational way to clients?
This content of this collection is the basic life skills material that people need to know in order to live happily and effectively, packaged into do-able psychoeducational segments. Some readers may wish to review the material simply to enhance their own effectiveness.
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