Surviving The Mental Health Jungle: Mental Health Professional Guide for Everyone

About the Book

Surviving The Mental Health Jungle – Established Mental Health Counselor and Anger Management Specialist Patrice Shavone Brown shares decades’ worth of counseling wisdom in one compelling read.

“It’s hard, yet life is what you make it. And it is full of twists and turns,” says Patrice.

Surviving in the Mental Health Jungle is both a love letter and a powerful guide to helping newly minted and aspiring mental health counselors carve their own path in the wilderness that is the mental health industry.

After centuries of being swept under the rug, mental health has taken center stage in the modern world, which is both a good and bad thing.

Good, because the aches of the mind are now given equal importance as the aches of the body. Bad, because many are now profiting off of others’ pain and struggles.

Self-proclaimed life coaches and gurus now claim they hold the key to unlocking a sound mind and ridding it of all the consequences of trauma. And yet, you’ll see them preaching dangerous nonsense to the vulnerable.

This is where mental health experts come in. And they come in droves.

Mental health counselling is becoming saturated by the minute. Unfortunately, not of counselors are created equal.

So, the question that now comes begging is this: How can truly passionate and talented mental health counselors like you stand out and deliver the right care to people who need it most?

In her book, Patrice takes it step-by-step.

From getting a counseling degree to building a strong foundation for your own private practice, Surviving in the Mental Health Jungle serves as a much-needed guide for mental health advocates to make their mark and create a happier world.

Surviving The Mental Health Jungle

About the Author

Patrice Shavone Brown


Author of A Fat Girl’s Confidence Guide, published by My Story Publishing Company, also the founder of the “Confident Fat Girls Movement”

Patrice Shavone Brown is a mother of two beautiful children. She is also the big sister of two siblings. Most of all she is “me.”

She is a person that has had storms and mountains to climb. She is still climbing. Patrice lost her mom to cancer in June 2017. She does not paint pretty pictures of her life or surroundings.

Helping people is at the heart of everything that Patrice does. She has spent the last two decades serving her community as a Mental Health Counselor. Her greatest satisfaction comes from empowering others and assisting in people’s healing through the power of words.

“It’s hard, yet life is what you make it. And it is full of twists and turns,” says Patrice.

Patrice has owned and operated Restoring Bodies and Minds,, for the past seven years. She’s an overachiever. She likes to excel, and she has tremendous drive and determination. If at first, you don’t succeed, try again, is at her core.

Brown has also authored four books. Her books are based on her everyday life experiences. The titles are Secrets Of A Crazy Mental Health Counselor, The Day Momma Made Me Dance, We Blend Well Together, A Fat Girl’s Confidence Guide, A Fat Girl’s Confidence: Beating Depression and Building Self Esteem, The Finesser and The Finesser 2.

Patrice holds an MA, BA, and AAS. She is also an Anger Management Specialist and Creative Writing Expert.

Qn 1: Can you tell us more about your book, Surviving The Mental Health Jungle, What is it about?

Filled with powerful insider tools, strategies, best practices, and real-life lessons, Patrice tackles:

The basics: From mental health counseling 101 to the educational requirements to get the degree, building productive client relationships, cultivating organizational skills, and 5 key concepts to surviving the mental health industry, readers can make their first big steps and take a page out of an expert’s playbook

The specialized: From counseling a person with control issues to learning about CBT, counseling theorists, existentialism, stress management, sales principles to make you stand out, and more, get into the nitty gritty of the concepts and tools to succeed and thrive as a mental health counselor

And so much more!

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Qn 2: Who do you think would be interested in this book, Surviving The Mental Health Jungle, is it directed at any particular market?

People that have an interest in the counseling field, People with an interest in mental health, caregivers, Psychology majors, small businesses, or women in business

Qn 3: Out of all the books in the world, and all the authors, which are your favourite and why?

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Qn 4: Where can our readers find out more about you, do you have a website, or a way to be contacted?, @patriceshavonebrown on Instagram, on facebook my name is Patrice Shavone Brown

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