Life is hard.
But it gets a whole lot easier when you start to talk it out.
Discover your purpose, honor your story, and explore who you want to be. Dr. Corey Yeager offers you 40 questions to help you develop positive mental health strategies for anxious moments while increasing your confidence.
“This excellent debut from Yeager… is lean and direct, and the thoughtful reflection prompts that end each chapter provide a bounty of useful strategies for putting the principles into practice.”
“A good guided-reflection resource with thoughtful cues for initiating a deep conversation with oneself.”
“Yeager's winning insights deliver a slam-dunk of empowered inspiration bound to elicit tremendous personal reward.”
RECONNECTING WITH YOURSELF
Each of the 40 questions is paired with a short, thoughtful reflection from Dr. Yeager, along with prompts and self-care strategies to help you look at yourself in the mirror and come into alignment with you who want to be.
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Meet dr. corey yeager
Best known for his appearance on Harry and Oprah's The Me You Can't See on Apple TV+, Dr. Corey Yeager is a licensed marriage and family therapist at the Doctoral level.
In his current role as the Psychotherapist for the Detroit Pistons, Dr. Yeager is working within the merging of his two passions, athletics and therapy. In this role, he supports players, coaching staff, and front office leadership in his conscientious, relational fashion.
Outside of the NBA, some of his clients include The Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN), The Smithsonian Institute, The Gersh Agency, and Lola Red.
Dr. Yeager holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Metropolitan State University, a Master of Arts degree in Psychotherapy from Argosy University, and a PhD in Family Social Science from The University of Minnesota.
Dr. Yeager currently resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with his wife, Carrie, and four sons, Izaiah, Zach, Azrie, and Terrance.