DESIGNING FOR WELLNESS BOOK
With over 41 million people in the United States living with anxiety and 51% of employed Americans now working from home, Susie Frazier’s award-winning book comes at a time when individuals need tools that empower them to develop practices that are restorative to their minds. Designing For Wellness delivers practical suggestions to make any living and workspace peaceful and positive, giving readers useful ideas on connecting with nature and adopting a healthier lifestyle. Frazier, who lived with undiagnosed ADHD and generalized anxiety until 2017, developed her own methodology, rooted in biophilia, for enhancing spaces in ways that ease the overstimulated brain.
Winner of a 2020 International Book Award (Home & Garden category), a 2020 Living Now Book Award (Meditation/Relaxation category) and a 2020 Global eBook Award (Visionary/Inspirational category), Designing For Wellness is an easy-to-read guidebook that's both design-oriented and spiritual all at once. This title also was recognized as a finalist in both the Home + Garden and Psychology/Mental Health categories for the Best Book Awards for 2020.
"Susie Frazier's work highlights the beneficial effect of well-building on well-being and illustrates how using elements of nature in our hospitals, homes, workplaces, and daily environments can help to heal our mind, body and spirit. Her novel take on wellness represents a 21st century approach to holistic health and is supported by solid scientific data."
- Dr. Roy Buchinsky, University Hospitals Director of Wellness