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It's Not You, It's Me!: A Chronic Overthinker's Guide to Self-Reflection

Rosemary Gattuso

In It's Not You, Its Me!, Rosemary Gattuso, a seasoned mediator for the Family Court of Australia, unveils a ground-breaking transformative approach that reframes overthinking into a powerful tool for mindful introspection and personal growth.

Drawing on her extensive experience observing individuals navigating conflict and personal challenges, Rosemary presents an evidence based and trauma informed approach that empowers readers to harness their strengths and foster their resilient and authentic true self.

Rosemary's unique perspective allows readers to not only understand the patterns of their overthinking but also to use them as stepping stones towards growth and inner strength. The book's easy-to-read style promotes self-guided learning, complemented by self-paced reflection tasks that encourage readers to apply these transformative principles to their own lives.

Throughout the pages of It's Not You, It's Me!, readers will find a compassionate guide in Rosemary, who understands the intricacies of managing adversity and personal challenges.

For those seeking a transformative approach to personal growth, "It's Not You, It's Me!" is a beacon of inspiration. With Rosemary as your guide, learn to turn overthinking into a powerful force that propels you toward a life filled with self-awareness, strength, and purpose. This book is not just a roadmap to overcoming challenges; it's a manual for building a life that reflects the true essence of who you are.

Book Details

  • Publisher: Helix Press
  • Publish Date: Mar 30th, 2024
  • Pages: 156
  • Language: English
  • Dimensions: 9.21in - 6.14in - 0.56in - 0.88lb
  • EAN: 9780645608038
  • Categories: Personal Growth - Self-EsteemSelf-Management - Stress Management

About the Author

Gattuso, Rosemary: - Rosemary Gattuso is a dedicated professional in the field of alternate dispute resolution, specialising in family mediation and restorative justice practices. In her role as a family dispute resolution practitioner, she has guided numerous families through separation with a focus on respect and the well-being of children. Rosemary actively contributes to various Restorative Justice panels for government agencies.With a commitment to a trauma-informed and strengths-based approach, Rosemary remains present with her clients as they navigate changes and challenges. Beyond her practice, she extends her impact as a facilitator, sharing valuable insights with mediators and mental health practitioners and promoting a strengths-based lens in their work.Rosemary's passion for child development, trauma, and neuroscience fuels her continued professional development. This interest has uniquely positioned her to observe, learn, reflect, and share insights. Her academic achievements include a robust record in undergraduate and postgraduate studies encompassing law, couples and family therapy, and family dispute resolution. Her journey into mediation began during her undergraduate studies and led her to pursue advanced studies at Harvard University in mediation and negotiation.Actively engaging with the community, Rosemary conducts workshops and information sessions on trauma-informed living and strengths-based practices. These sessions, held in high schools, businesses, and with mental health practitioners, aim to enhance resilience and encourage mindful introspection. Drawing from personal experience as a chronic over-thinker, Rosemary has undergone a transformative journey, turning overthinking into strengths-based reflection, and is committed to sharing this transformative approach with the world and strives to make a positive impact on individuals and communities alike.