Sara Makin Entrepreneur Wellness Pittsburgh Therapist Anxiety Book Launched

A new book has been launched by bestselling author and wellness coach, Sara Makin. It focuses on entrepreneurs, overcoming stress and anxiety, and achieving success.

Pittsburgh, United States - November 9, 2018 /NewsNetwork/ —

Bestselling author Sara Makin, the owner of Makin Wellness, Pittsburgh’s premier therapy and coaching centers located in Downtown, Pittsburgh and New Kensington, has announced the launch of her second book. It covers a range of techniques to help entrepreneurs take control of the things that matter most to their business, reducing stress and worry, and finding balance.

More information can be found at: https://makinwellness.com

Sara Makin explains that many people seem to have a misconception about what the reality of life as an entrepreneur is like. They see the finished product, but not all the trouble that goes into making it, or the stress of a normal day.

However, the truth is that being an entrepreneur is tough, with many trials and hurdles to overcome and a lot to manage. What’s more, entrepreneurs in this kind of stressful environment are more likely to develop mental health problems, addiction, and other issues.

The new book covers this topic and more, and helps entrepreneurs to learn new ways to move forward and live their best life.

Sara Makin’s first book, “Depression to Joy”, was a huge success. She grew up in the north of Pittsburgh and devoted her youth to non-profit and charity work, and now spends her time helping clients live happier and more meaningful lives.

Makin Wellness was founded in 2017 and has quickly grown to become Pittsburgh’s leading therapy and coaching center. The company’s mission is to help people heal and become happy again, overcoming issues like stress, anxiety, and depression.

Makin Wellness specializes in depression, anxiety, addiction, trauma, and assisted treatment and relationship counseling. The team has a focus on results based, holistic wellness programs and prides itself on helping clients to achieve great results with their healing and mental well being.

The team states: “Treating the mind and ignoring the body is like filling your gas tank, but ignoring the oil change. At Makin Wellness, we treat the client, not the disease.”

Full details can be found on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Sara Makin
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Organization: Makin Wellness
Address: 239 Fourth Ave Suite 1801, Pittsburgh, PA 15222, United States
Phone: +1-412-532-1249

For more information, please visit https://makinwellness.com

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 441027

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