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Not Good Enough
Understanding your Core Belief & Anxiety~ A Handbook
by Sabrina Trobak MACP, RCC, CCC-S

Not Good Enough:
Understanding Your Core Belief and Anxiety

~ A Handbook 

is available online at:

 

Books are available locally at:

Fort St John: FSJ Visitor Information Center and Peace Gallery North

Dawson Creek:  Dawson Creek Art Gallery

Prince George:  Books and Company

To purchase the handout package only

email strobak@trobakholistic.org or click on the "Handouts" link below

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Not Good Enough

Not Good Enough, Understanding Anxiety and Your Core Belief looks at anxiety from a unique perspective. Anxiety is explored though your own perception, your own belief in yourself, your core belief. Your core belief, can be unhealthy; not good enough, not important, not valued or it can be healthy; good enough, important, valued or a combination of both. The unhealthy core belief not good enough, not important, not valued creates in higher levels of anxiety.

 

Your personal experiences; including past traumas, family dynamics, willingness to feel your emotions and level of anger, as well as the strategies and behaviours you use are all impacted by your core belief. The book also discusses the impact your core belief has on your present day choices, perceptions, level of anger, willingness to address your anxiety, and feel your emotions.

 

The book provides information, examples and strategies to help you gain awareness and understanding so you can effectively challenge your core belief so your healthy core belief; good enough, important and valued continues to grow, which will then result in lower anxiety. The book uses visuals as well as interactive activities to help you become more self-aware so you can better understand and challenge you, your anxiety and your core belief.

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"In her engaging self-help book Not Good Enough, Sabrina Trobak suggests that awareness of one's beliefs can lead to a healthier, fuller life...[The book] promotes self-awareness as a means of breaking free from detrimental cycles" 
Foreword Clarion Review                              ★★★★ 

Reviews

“Trobak’s self-examination primer is powerful and challenging; she recognizes the impact that parents have in developing one’s unhealthy core belief but doesn’t focus on blame... The author’s easy-to-follow exercises are designed to aid in building one’s own awareness and accountability to change unhealthy behaviors and achieve self-actualization.” -Kirkus Reviews

 

"Rarely has a book challenged me to see myself in an entirely new light. With insight, professional expertise and concrete examples Sabrina helps readers gain back understanding and ownership over their core beliefs. An easy 5-stars." -Samantha Corbett MEd, RCC (school counsellor)

"Not good enough. Not important. Not valued. We probably all know someone who has these deeply held core beliefs. But let’s be honest: ALL of us feel this way sometimes, don’t we? Even if it’s not our most deeply held belief, we could still use some work on it. This would be a great book for you if you have these core beliefs, or if you have clients who do. I particularly loved the chapter on anxiety, and also absolutely LOVED all the exercises. I mean, I’m a therapist and some of these exercises really hit home & gave me new perspectives. My only very small criticism is I thought the book could have used a little bit more editing - there was some repetition and denseness that could have been tightened up. But seriously, no matter because the info, the graphics and the exercises are really great. The author came at these beliefs in a unique way that I think will be very helpful to folks with these core beliefs."

         -Therapybooknook (instagram)

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