Working It Out: Using Exercise in Psychotherapy
For individuals in the U.S. & U.S. territories
In Working It Out, author Kate Hays describes how exercise can benefit a wide range of clients, from those acutely stressed to those with chronic distress, by alleviating stress and improving clarity and self-esteem. Exercise has a direct impact on psychotherapy and may be assigned as "homework" for the client or as a medium of therapy itself.
Illustrated with case examples, quotes from psychologists, and support from research and clinical studies, Working It Out is a must read for practitioners looking for new and effective ways to help clients.