Author Theresa Woodward, LCSW’s book “A Journal to Aid in Healing from the Dumpster Fire That Was 2020” is a workbook for recovery from the emotional effects of Covid-19

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Theresa Woodward, a licensed clinical social worker, has completed her new book “A Journal to Aid in Healing from the Dumpster Fire That Was 2020”: a slim workbook offered to help readers move past the trauma of Covid-19.

The author writes, “The COVID-19 crisis has had an impact on all our lives, some more than others, and many people have experienced difficulties coping with the additional mental strain it has put on them. This journal is designed to help you explore and process those feelings and hopefully reduce the negative emotions related to the pandemic.”

Published by Page Publishing, Theresa Woodward, LCSW’s engrossing book is a thought-provoking self-help book for anyone seeking an introspective exercise to identify, confront, and move beyond the trauma of 2020.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “A Journal to Aid in Healing from the Dumpster Fire That Was 2020” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

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