From Stressed to Centered:
A Practical Guide to a Healthier and Happier You
Available February 2015
As your stress increases, the first thing to go is often what would help the most – your self-care. If you’re feeling more tired, overwhelmed, distracted, or overextended lately, there is a simple first step on the journey to feeling better: read From Stressed to Centered: A Practical Guide to a Healthier and Happier You. A practical and inspirational book, From Stressed to Centered offers a uniquely comprehensive approach to stress management and self-care by helping you understand and tackle your stress at all levels. It covers the trifecta of stress – assessment, management and future prevention!
Written by Dana Gionta, Ph.D. and Dan Guerra, Psy.D., two experts with over 30 years of combined experience, this groundbreaking book is solidly based on science and utilizes anecdotes, exercises, and practical strategies to help you:
- Assess your current level of stress
- Build up your resistance to future stress
- Develop a lifestyle program of guilt-free self-care
- Live a healthier and more fulfilling life
"Dr. Gionta and Dr. Guerra’s book provides insight and solutions into real-life problems. I have struggled for many years with boundary issues; this book provides concrete explanations that I can use to put myself back in the driver’s seat of my own life. The stress reduction techniques discussed in the book help to confirm the mind/body connection. This is truly a manual for healthy, happy living with a mantra of 'be gentle with yourself'. A must-have for everyone."
"A must read for anyone who genuinely wishes to take greater control of their busy life. This book combines the best of Western and Eastern methodologies to help the reader discover their own path to better health, clarity and emotional well-being. You can open this book to any page and find a wealth of helpful advice. From Stressed to Centered offers practical, actionable advice, and is guaranteed to expand your thinking and capacity to effectively manage stress. I found myself reflecting on many of the thoughts Dana and Dan raise in their excellent book, long after I finished reading it."