(June 2017)


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Mark Freeman

20 Steps to Making Friends with Anxiety and Taking Charge of your Life

A ground-breaking new method for building better mental health and fitness

It's well known that if we want to keep our bodies fit, we must go for a run from time to time. But why do so few of us take the time to develop our mental fitness too? Enter THE MIND WORKOUT: a home exercise programme for improving your mental health and fitness.

Developed from Mark Freeman's own recovery from several mental illnesses, THE MIND WORKOUT combines mindfulness, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), to outline a ground-breaking - health first - approach to strengthening mental and emotional well-being.

THE MIND WORKOUT will leave readers feeling stronger, fitter and better equipped to make healthy changes while navigating the complexities of everyday life.

With illustrations by the author, whose drawings on Pinterest have attracted over 265,000 followers from across the globe.

Mark is a mental fitness trainer and human centered design workshop facilitator based in Toronto. After recovering from several mental illness diagnoses, he now focuses on leveraging technology and design to help others navigate the complex changes necessary to improve and maintain great mental health
and fitness.

He is the co-founder of the online mental health community, EVERYBODY HAS A BRAIN, and he is a Stanford Medicine X ePatient Scholar. Mark has over 16,000 social media followers, his Youtube videos reach 24,000 viewers a month and his Pinterest board has over 265,000 subscribers.

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