Fear and Self-Loathing in the City: A Guide to Keeping Sane in the Square Mile (The Self-Help Series) Paperback – 31 Dec 2010
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I believe this book could become essential reading for city workers. Instead of keeping a bottle of Scotch in your desk maybe a copy of this book will be more benficial. Every city worker should have a copy! --Dr Neil Brener, Consultant Psychiatrist, Medical Director, The Priory Hospital North London
About the Author
Dr Michael Sinclair is a chartered psychologist practicing in the City and Harley Street. He is the Founding Director the City Psychology Group. He has lectured at the Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine, Roche Pharmaceuticals and City University, London. He has published his research in academic journals as well as contributing to 'Psychologies Magazine, the Times, BBC Focus' and 'Men's Health' and presenting at international conferences.
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23 August 2015
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This book is very helpful and offers real life examples that are easily understood and then relates them in such a way that even if your own experience is different you will be able to relate and utilise the techniques to assist you in dealing with a situation. The book is also very useful for people who may recognise colleagues or partners are having difficulties and assisting them in understanding what is happening and possibly why. Do not think this is a read once and put down you will probably wish to refer to it time after time to refresh yourself of the why and what is happening.