This is Rick Carson's fourth book for HarperCollins. His seminal work, Taming Your Gremlin®, has had a remarkable track record. Translated into several languages, Taming Your Gremlin has been a consistent seller since 1984. For thousands in a cross-section of cultures and circumstances, the Gremlin-Taming Method serves as a foundation for responding to everyday challenges and for living a satisfying life.
For over thirty-five years Rick has been a counselor, personal and executive coach, and trainer for mental health professionals, businesses, and nonprofit organizations. His work is used in the training of psychotherapists, personal and executive coaches, substance abuse specialists, corrections personnel, teachers, corporate executives, clergy, and others. He is a former faculty member at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School and a clinical member and approved supervisor for the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
Rick is the founder of the Gremlin Taming Institute in Dallas, Texas.
A Life-changing book.Recommend it for anyone who wants to improve mindfulness of all the internal thinking/chatter process going on at the moment.Published 28 days ago by Madhav
I had the first edition of this book, and use it all the time. Its great, true, real and useful in my work as a life coach, actor, and all-round nice guy.Published 1 month ago by denzil meyers
THIS IS A GREAT BOOK WITH SOME SIMPLE YET EFFECTIVE TERCHNIQUES TO HELP YOU "GET OUT OF YOUR OWN WAY". IT DOESN'T HAVE A LOT OF THEORY BUT IS VERY PRACTICAL. Read morePublished 2 months ago by JFO
Enjoyed the simple, practical suggestions and gentle reminders.Published 3 months ago by Heather Esposito
I am not into self-help books at all, but this one was pretty insightful. Not heavy into psychology, and doesn't claim to be a cure-all. Read morePublished 3 months ago by M. Arnold
This book Was recommended to me as part of a business course I'm doing at nyu. I've read it cover to cover,and my gremlin and I have had a chat... Read morePublished 3 months ago by brad dunn