Self Help Resources
We’ve listed some of the books, articles, videos, etc. below for self help resources. These have been helpful to us and to our clients. Where possible they are are separated into categories.
And along with whatever resources appeal to you here, don’t forget that overall self-care is very important, too! Click here to be linked to our Self Care handout with a long list of ideas about things you can do for your own self care.
Disclosure: Our primary business is providing counseling services, and at the same time we feel it is important to let you know that we may receive a small compensation on some of the links below if you make a purchase. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Any opinions expressed here about these self help resources are our own and we encourage you to base any purchases on what you feel will be of benefit to you.
A big part of our philosophy about behavioral health is that each of us has the ability to achieve well-being and heal ourselves. Counseling and therapy is only one way of achieving your goals. We think it is important to share any resources we are aware of that may be helpful to you, and this prompted us to create the following list.
Self-Worth, Self-Esteem, Well-Being
Relationships, Couples, Marriage
Postpartum Depression/Postpartum Mood Disorder
Transforming the Difficult Child: The Nurtured Heart Approach – This book has been recommended by a couple of different people to help parents who have a child diagnosed with ADD/ADHD. One of them is also a therapist, and both are parents of a child diagnosed with ADHD who said this book changed their home life in a huge way.
Dealing with Narcissistic People
(note that our Director facilitates a SMART meeting at our Littleton office, you can get details about this and check to make sure the meeting is happening this week or not at this link: Littleton CO SMART Meeting)
Betty Ford Children’s Program – for children of alcoholics
Phoenix Multisport – this link takes you to the website for a gym located in the downtown Denver area, it is free to people who are in recovery.