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Research shows that exercise can be a powerful and creative tool for changing the way we feel, and that different kinds of exercise can be useful for easing anxiety, lifting depression, and managing stress. In fact, studies have shown that exercise can sometimes be just as effective for treating depression in the long term as cognitive-behavioural therapy. This text gives readers the tools they need to put together their own therapeutic exercise routine. Author Kate Hays, president of the sports psychology division of the American Psychological Association, offers techniques for determining the best exercise schedule, provides tips for setting goals and establishing a routine, and shares strategies for using exercise as a form of emotional healing.
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Kate Hays, Ph.D., is the president of the sports psychology division of the American Psychological Association. A clinical psychologist in private practice, she lives in Toronto. Many of the books on this topic are either professional or academic books or are limited to one particular exercise program, such as yoga, aerobics, or other exercises, or are aimed at sports and their benefit. This is the first trade book to fully incorporate the latest research on the cognitive processes involved with using exercise to change your mood.
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Book Description New Harbinger Publications, 2002. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111572242752
Book Description New Harbinger Publications, 2002. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1572242752