Feeling Free is a book for all ages. The prevalence of anxiety and depressive disorders in people of all ages is rising. While written to speak to our younger children, the timely concept of sharing our feelings, talking about our thoughts and worries with adults and mentors has infinite relevancy.
The journey taken by Max in this book and the many ways he is helped along the way (some obvious and some hidden treasures for kids to find), help people of all ages better understand the emotional freedom we feel by talking about the concerns we carry. As Max's worries get heavier, talking about his thoughts helps to lighten his heavy feelings.
Adults and children of all ages will use this story to open dialogue about the importance of talking about our thoughts and emotions.
About the Author
Amie Allanson-Dundon is a licensed professional counselor in the states of Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She is Network Director of Clinical Therapy Services for a nationally recognized university health network in their department of psychiatry.
Amie is the wife of a machinist, the step-mother to two grown step-children and mother to one grown biological child. Amie has a Bernese mountain dog named Sadie who is a certified therapy dog and often works with her in her work in the world of psychotherapy.
Amie has also been a collegiate softball catcher, an avid football mom, and finds her soul drawn to the ocean. Amie is passionate about ending the stigma of mental health issues and helping people of all ages be the best version of themselves possible.
Feeling Free is a 26-page hardbound with a retail price of $33.00 (eBook $28.00). The ISBN is 979-8-88604-624-3. It was published by RoseDog Books of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For more information, or to request a review copy, please go to our virtual pressroom at https://dorrancepressroom.com/feeling-free/ or our online bookstore at https://rosedogbookstore.com/feeling-free/
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