Moving Out and Moving On (Rediscovering you after the end of your relationship)

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This book is for anyone facing the end of a relationship and will help you understand your reactions, help you consider how to express how you feel clearly to family and friends.

Edition: 1

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Weight 0.12 kg
Dimensions 14.8 × 0.5 × 21 cm
Format

,

Language

English

SKU
YMU0001-1
Categories
Low Mood and Stress
ISBN
978-1-906564-32-2
Page Count
52
Authors
Dr Chris Williams and
Mr Jason Hanson

Many people find themselves facing the prospect of a relationship breakdown. Sometimes this can be welcome and necessary, but at other times ending causes upset, guilt or other reactions. Very often the decision might not be yours and it is our partner who chooses to move on. This book is for anyone facing the end of a relationship and will help you understand your reactions, help you consider how to express how you feel clearly to family and friends. It pays particular attention to some of the most difficult areas people face such as breaking the news to children, communicating that things need to end, dealing with family members as well as covering practical issues such as housing, transport, faith issues (where relevant) and finances. Finally, it will help guide you to consider when and how you might move on.

Visit our Research trials page to see research
evidence for our wide range of resources.

Available as a printed or online book that can be worked through by the reader alone, or with support from a supporter/practitioner.

This book can be read standalone by anyone wanting to inform themselves about how to build hope that life will improve. It aims to help you consider when and how to move on, and then better deal with the ending of a relationship and the feelings and issues that come with that.

Worksheets help take the learning off the page so it can be applied in the readers life.

Written for members of the public, and a resource for dentists/dental teams working with people one to one.

This book resource is available in several formats:
a. Printed book (single purchase or bulk)
b. Online book to read under license (12 months)
c. No Translations are currently available. Please approach us to sponsor/ commission a translated version.

Books can be delivered in several formats:
a. Unsupported – e.g. people access and read (e.g. Book Prescription)
b. With 1:1 support e.g. coaching, community/primary care/voluntary sector, schools/colleges/universities, occupational health, IAPT /NHS Talking Therapies for Anxiety and Depression Step 2 etc.

Training: We can provide live training classes separately on how to introduce and support this resource (see www.llttf.com/training) or contact training@llttf.com.

Supporter Online training: We have a growing range of practitioner training modules available at www.llttf.com

Dr Chris Williams is Emeritus Professor of Psychosocial Psychiatry at the University of Glasgow, Scotland, a Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, and Past-President of the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP).

Mr Jason Hanson is a senior accredited psychotherapist with the National Counselling Society. He has wide experience of working with individuals and couples and trained with Relate.

Description

Many people find themselves facing the prospect of a relationship breakdown. Sometimes this can be welcome and necessary, but at other times ending causes upset, guilt or other reactions. Very often the decision might not be yours and it is our partner who chooses to move on. This book is for anyone facing the end of a relationship and will help you understand your reactions, help you consider how to express how you feel clearly to family and friends. It pays particular attention to some of the most difficult areas people face such as breaking the news to children, communicating that things need to end, dealing with family members as well as covering practical issues such as housing, transport, faith issues (where relevant) and finances. Finally, it will help guide you to consider when and how you might move on.

Visit our Research trials page to see research
evidence for our wide range of resources.

How to use this Resource

Available as a printed or online book that can be worked through by the reader alone, or with support from a supporter/practitioner.

This book can be read standalone by anyone wanting to inform themselves about how to build hope that life will improve. It aims to help you consider when and how to move on, and then better deal with the ending of a relationship and the feelings and issues that come with that.

Worksheets help take the learning off the page so it can be applied in the readers life.

Written for members of the public, and a resource for dentists/dental teams working with people one to one.

Supporter's Notes

This book resource is available in several formats:
a. Printed book (single purchase or bulk)
b. Online book to read under license (12 months)
c. No Translations are currently available. Please approach us to sponsor/ commission a translated version.

Books can be delivered in several formats:
a. Unsupported – e.g. people access and read (e.g. Book Prescription)
b. With 1:1 support e.g. coaching, community/primary care/voluntary sector, schools/colleges/universities, occupational health, IAPT /NHS Talking Therapies for Anxiety and Depression Step 2 etc.

Training: We can provide live training classes separately on how to introduce and support this resource (see www.llttf.com/training) or contact training@llttf.com.

Supporter Online training: We have a growing range of practitioner training modules available at www.llttf.com

About the Author

Dr Chris Williams is Emeritus Professor of Psychosocial Psychiatry at the University of Glasgow, Scotland, a Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, and Past-President of the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP).

Mr Jason Hanson is a senior accredited psychotherapist with the National Counselling Society. He has wide experience of working with individuals and couples and trained with Relate.