07 281 1481 or 0800 224 787 or Text 022 658 0251 [email protected]

Book Reviews and Library Information

CCI Support has a well rounded ‘Wellness Library’. These are free for members to borrow for 4 weeks.  Please have a look at the Library list and contact your Health and Wellness Facilitator to arrange this.  You can view the catalogue online or download a PDF version of it below.

Your Health & Wellness Facilitators

Feel free to email or text your Health and Wellness Facilitator to arrange to borrow the library resources.

Annabelle

Tauranga and
Western Bay of Plenty

[email protected]

027 625 4449

Tracey

Waikato (Including the Coromandel)

[email protected]

022 154 7076

Christie

Health & Wellness Facilitator Assistant

[email protected]

07 281 1481

022 658 0251

0800 224 818

Luisa

Wellington

 

[email protected]

027 245 5961

Phil

Eastern Bay / Lakes

[email protected]

020 4017 9092

Tania

New Zealand

[email protected]

022 500 1670

Do you love reading and reviewing books?

CCI Support would love to hear from you if reading and writing book reviews are your thing.  Please contact us if you are interested in reviewing some of the books in our library [email protected]

Loving What Is

Four questions that can change your life Written by Byron Katie with Stephen Mitchell   The ideas in this book don’t stem from any Eastern or Western tradition. The ideas originated in the mind of Katie, who had no intention of originating anything. They came...

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Quiet your mind & get to sleep

Solutions to insomnia for those with depression, anxiety, or chronic pain. Written by Colleen E, Carney PHD & Rachel Manber, PHD Good sleep is vital for healing and well-being and plays a central role in every aspect of human life including regulating emotion,...

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The Irritable Bowel Syndrome Solution

by Dr Stephen Wangen, Founder of IBS Treatment Centre (2006) Although this book is dated 2006, as I read through, the information is still very relevant. In this book you will discover: What actually causes IBSHow to find the cause of your IBS symptomsWhy most IBS...

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The body keeps the score

By Dr Bessel Van Der Kolk This a poignant book about how trauma reshapes the brain and the body, compromising the capacity for pleasure, engagement, self control, and trust. The book explores different treatments from neurofeedback and meditation, to drama and yoga,...

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Book Review: When the body says NO

 When the Body Says No: The cost of hidden Stress by Dr Gabor Maté Dr Gabor Maté is a physician, speaker and author and is one of my favourite holistic practitioners. In this book he speaks to the link between trauma and how it can manifest in the body as a chronic...

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Book Review: Sleep Smarter

Sleep Smarter by Shawn Stevenson Review by Karen Moulton Book is available to borrow from the library Sleep is an essential part for the function of your mind and body, however many of us struggle to get the right amount and quality of sleep our body requires. In the...

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Book Review: The Choice

Written by Edith Eger This book had been recommended, so when it came into the library I was super excited to take it home for a read. We have a choice when faced with our illness… to be closed or to be curious. What can we do today to support ourselves and improve...

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Chronic Fatigue Syndrome M.E. Symptoms, Diagnosis, Management

Book Review of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome M.E. Symptoms, Diagnosis, Management Fully Revised & Updated By Dr Rosamund Vallings MNZM, MB BS A fully revised edition of this internationally acclaimed book provides a timely review of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, the impact...

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Book Review: Nurturing resilience

  by Kathy L. Kain, PhD and Stephen J. Terrell, PsyD This is a fantastic read if you are interested in how trauma can affect our psychology and physiology. The authors detail how early childhood trauma can be stored in the body and create chronic illness. A broad...

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Book Review: Molecules of Emotion

"Why you feel the way you feel" Candace B. Pert, PH.D. Candace Pert was the neuroscientist who first discovered the Opiate Receptor in the brain and unlocked our understanding of the neurotransmitters which are the chemical basis for feels and emotions in the brain....

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Dr Ros Vallings Books

We have all 3 available in the library for you to loan.