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A Mindful Way Through Depression by Drs. Mark G. Williams, John D. Teasdale, Zindel V. Segal, & Jon Kabat-Zinn – These authors talk about the research, strategies, and exercises that went into bringing mindfulness from ancient times into the present. The book also comes with a CD with mindfulness exercises.

The Mindful Way Workbook: An 8-Week Program to Free Yourself from Depression and Emotional Distress
by Drs. John Teasdale, Mark Williams, Zindel Segal, & Jon Kabat-Zinn – Read and do what this book says daily over 8 weeks and you could be surprised at how much better you feel.

How to Practice the Way to a Meaningful Life by the Dalai Lama – Eminent guidance to mindfulness meditation without even trying.
What to Say When You Talk to Yourself by Dr. Shad Helmstetter – This easy to read book provides step-by-step guidelines to use mindfulness to change your thought patterns to what you want them to be.

Hold Me Tight by Dr. Sue Johnson – This book for couples is about emotional conversations and how to have them without the demon dialogues getting in the way.

Authentic Happiness: Using the New Positive Psychology to Realize Your Potential for Lasting Fulfillment by Dr. Martin Seligman – This excellent book considers how to be happy in spite of our problems.

Getting Past the Affair by Douglas Snyder, Ph.D., Donald Baucom, Ph.D., & Kristina C. Gordon, Ph.D. – This book deals frankly with the needs of both parties, suggests conversations and letter-writing, and offers ways to recover trust.

Dawson Psychological Services

Dr. K.A. Dawson


347 Leon Ave

Suite 210

Kelowna, BC V1y8c7 Canada


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Dr. Dawson is registered through the Provincial Crime Victim's Assistance Program to provide counselling for those who are experiencing losses or ongoing emotional trauma associated with a crime. If you have been a victim of a crime, contact your local RCMP Victim's Assistance program to get a claim number. Then make an appointment to see Dr. Dawson.

Dr. Dawson is registered as a provider of mental health services through ICBC to provide counselling to those who are experiencing emotional trauma or losses associated with a motor vehicle accident. If you have been in a motor vehicle accident, ask your physician to refer you to see Dr. Dawson. Make sure you have an ICBC claim number when you call for an appointment.