Lees, Katy - Trans Guide to Mental Health and Well-Being
An empowering self-help guide for trans and/or non-binary people setting out advice and strategies on a range of common mental health issues An essential mental health guide for trans people, combining therapeutic strategies alongside the author's first-hand experience. With advice on anxiety, depression, trauma, negative body image, suicide and dissociation, it provides accessible and realistic strategies for everyone regardless of how they identify, to help them to live life to the fullest. 'The resource trans people need right now' MEG-JOHN BARKER 'An excellent book' JOS TWIST 'Straightforward and accessible' JENNIE KERMODE This empowering self-help guide provides advice and strategies for trans and/or non-binary people on a range of common mental health issues including anxiety, depression, body image, trauma, suicidal thoughts and dissociation. It provides advice on neutralising negative thoughts, coping with transphobia, coming out, dealing with imposter syndrome, and implementing achievable self-care strategies and mindfulness techniques. Whether you are in a crisis or just looking for ways to improve your life, this reassuring guide is there for you to use in the way that helps you the most, regardless of where you are in your transition, or if you decide not to transition in conventional ways. Combining therapeutic expertise alongside first-hand experience, the book also highlights the importance of understanding and being proud of who you are, to help you live life to the fullest.