Thu, 07 Mar|
Better Read Than Dead
Tammi Miller in-conversation with Sarah Ayoub
Join Tammi Miller and Sarah Ayoub, as they discuss the impact of the modern world on our mental wellbeing, the challenges of writing a book about mental wellbeing when facing adversity, and how readers can use Paperback Therapy to improve their own health and happiness.
Time & Location
07 Mar 2024, 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Better Read Than Dead, 265 King St, Newtown NSW 2042, Australia
About The Event
This book is not a substitute for therapy … but it will give you the skills you need to help you meet your mental health goals. Most of us could probably be doing more to take care of our mental health, whether by learning to manage stress and sadness or just by reconnecting with ourselves. But finding the time and money for professional therapy isn’t always possible – and this interactive guide provides an invaluable first step. While not a substitute for therapy, this book will give you the tools you need to make positive changes in your life and improve your mental wellbeing. In Paperback Therapy, certified practising counsellor Tammi Miller takes you on a journey of self-discovery and healing. You’ll learn over 25 therapist-approved tools for everything from how to boost your self-esteem and live by your values to techniques for overcoming unhealthy habits and managing anxiety. With prompts and exercises proven to benefit your mental health and wellbeing, Paperback Therapy will help you discover a happier, healthier you.
Our event space is wheelchair accessible via a stair lift. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any additional access requirements and/or questions.
Tammi Miller is a certified practising counsellor based in Sydney, Australia. Through her practise, BARE Therapy, Tammi enables clients to work through their blocks and cultivate better mental and emotional wellbeing. Passionate about improved health literacy and with lived experience in mental health as both a psychotherapist and a client, she manages her own mental health using the same techniques she shares with readers in Paperback Therapy.
Sarah Ayoub is a freelance journalist and bestselling author based in Sydney, Australia. Her work has appeared in The Guardian, The Australian, The Sydney Morning Herald, Marie-Claire, ELLE, SBS, Sydney Review of Books and more. Sarah’s young adult novels are contemporary stories of identity, belonging and discovery, and she hopes that her picture books remind her young readers of all the ways they are loved and can love.
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Event + Book
Includes a ticket and copy of Paperback TherapyPrice$40.00
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