Tanya J. Peterson, MS, NCC, holds a master's degree in counseling and is credentialed as a National Certified Counselor. Through her brand Wellbeing & Words, she helps people create their own quality life and transcend difficulties by living mindfully. Tanya writes extensively for the mental health website HealthyPlace.com, including her weekly Anxiety-Schmanxiety column. She is a prolific writer of online and print articles on mental health and a frequent speaker and radio show guest. She writes self-help books that empower people to take their lives in their desired direction. Additionally, she is the author of five critically acclaimed, award-winning novels that address mental health themes. She created a curriculum about toxic relationships based on her middle-grade/YA novel Losing Elizabeth, which she takes to both schools and community programs.
"The Mindfulness Journal for Anxiety is a magnificent, colorful, insightful, and incredibly reflective guide for everyone who seeks to understand and manage anxiety. I would recommend this book to anyone who has ever struggled with taking a deep breath and getting to the root of anxiety!"--O'Donis Person, Psychiatric Registered Nurse
"Powerful, practical and fun, The Mindfulness Journal for Anxiety gives you various exercises, meditations, and life lessons to accept and ultimately release the worries and fears that bind you. As an EMDR trained therapist, I'll be recommending this book to my clients who struggle with anxiety or obsessive thoughts. I love how accessible Tanya J. Peterson makes different therapy tools to the lay reader!"--Dorlee Michaeli, MBA, LMSW, Psychotherapist, Mental Health Blogger
"The Mindfulness Journal for Anxiety is going to help individuals living with a mental illness as well as people seeking to learn more about the power of mindfulness. As a mental health blogger, advocate, and someone living with bipolar disorder, I found Peterson's workbook to be easy to navigate with great prompts that are both helpful and inspiring. This book is going to change the lives of readers one page at a time."--Hannah Blum, mental health advocate and blogger at HealthyPlace.com