Below, you will find three lists of books that may be helpful as you navigate through your journey of self improvement. The first two lists contain books written by our director, Robert H. Phillips, Ph.D. (Contact us for further information about these books.) The third list contains helpful books by other authors.
Currently available books by Dr. Phillips include:
- “Newly Diagnosed? Now What? 153 Strategies to Help You Take Action and Cope After Your Medical Diagnosis” (Coping Press, 2018)
- “Lupus Q&A: Everything You Need To Know” (3rd ed.), (Penguin Putnam/Avery, 2014)
- “Coping With Lupus” (4th ed.) (Penguin Putnam/Avery, 2012)
“Coping with Osteoarthritis” (2nd ed) (Penguin Putnam/Avery, 2001)
Additional books and strategy guidebooks by Dr. Phillips include (for further information, call or email our office):
“Successful Living with PCOS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome): A Strategy Guidebook” (Balance, 2002)
- “Successful Living with Breast Cancer: A Strategy Guidebook” (Balance, 2002)
- “Successful Living with Multiple Sclerosis: A Strategy Guidebook” (Balance, 2002)
- “Successful Living with Scleroderma: A Strategy Guidebook” (Balance, 2002)
- “Successful Living with Endometriosis: An Action Workbook” (Balance, 2001)
- “Successful Living with Lupus: An Action Workbook” (Balance, 2001)
- “Overcome Your Panic: An Action Workbook” (Balance, 2001)“Coping with Endometriosis” (Penguin Putnam/Avery, 2000)
- “Coping with Diabetes” (Penguin Putnam/Avery, 2000)
- “Coping with Breast Cancer” (Avery Publishing Group, 1998)
- “Coping with Prostate Cancer” (Avery Publishing Group, 1994)
- “Coping with Mitral Valve Prolapse” (Avery Publishing Group, 1992)
- “No Ifs, Ands, Or Butts” (Avery Publishing Group, 1991)
- “Rising To The Challenge” (Avery Publishing Group, 1990)
- “Coping with Rheumatoid Arthritis” (Avery Publishing Group, 1988)
- “Coping with Kidney Failure” (Avery Publishing Group, 1987)
- “Coping with An Ostomy” (Avery Publishing Group, 1986)
Books by other authors include:
Alberti, R. & Emmons, R. Your Perfect Right. Impact Press, 2017
- Allen, D. Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity. Penguin Books; Revised ed. edition, 2015.
- Allen, J. Get Out of Your Head: Stopping the Spiral of Toxic Thoughts. WaterBrook, 2020.
- Blotky, A. Honestly Speaking: How the Way We Communicate Transforms Leadership, Love, and Life. Wise Ink Creative Publishing, 2019.
- Burns, D. Feeling Great: The Revolutionary New Treatment for Depression and Anxiety. PESI Publishing & Media, 2020.
- Carnegie, D. How To Stop Worrying And Start Living. Simon & Schuster, 2004
- Dyer, J. Anger Management: How to Take Control of Your Emotions and Find Joy in Life. Independently published, 2020.
- Fitzgerald, M. Mindfulness Skills Workbook for Addiction: Practical Meditations and Exercises to Change Addictive Behaviors. Rockridge Press; Workbook edition, 2020.
- Gobin, R. The Self Care Prescription: Powerful Solutions to Manage Stress, Reduce Anxiety & Increase Wellbeing. Althea Press, 2019.
- Helmstetter, S. What To Say When You Talk To Yourself. Gallery Books, 2017.
- Kushner, H. When Bad Things Happen To Good People. Anchor, 2004
- McKay, M. Self-Esteem (A Proven Program of Cognitive Techniques for Assessing, Improving, and Maintaining Your Self-Esteem.) New Harbinger Publications; 4th edition, 2016.
- O’Neill, A. Meditation for Relaxation: 60 Meditative Practices to Reduce Stress, Cultivate Calm, and Improve Sleep. Althea Press, 2019.
- Seligman, M. What You Can Change & What You Can’t. Vintage, 2007
- Townsend, J. How to be a Best Friend Forever: Making and Keeping Lifetime Relationships. Worthy Books, 2014.
- Winter, W. The Sleep Solution: Why Your Sleep is Broken and How to Fix It. Berkley, 2018.
- Zoffness, R. The Pain Management Workbook: Powerful CBT and Mindfulness Skills to Take Control of Pain and Reclaim Your Life. New Harbinger Publications, 2020.
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