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A licensed marriage and family therapist and YouTube personality, Kati Morton answers the most commonly asked questions about mental health, including when to get help and where to find it.

Everyone struggles with mental health issues from time to time, but the greatest level of misunderstanding comes from knowing the difference between mental health and mental illness, figuring out whether we need professional help and, if so, how to find it. Are u ok? walks listeners through the most commonly asked questions about mental health and the process of getting help. From finding the best therapist to navigating harmful and toxic relationships and everything in between, licensed marriage and family therapist and YouTube sensation Kati Morton clarifies and destigmatizes the struggles so many of us go through, and encourages listeners to reach out for help. What are the red flags of a mental health issue? How do you go about making a first therapy appointment? How do you know if your therapist is a good fit for you? What are the best ways of talking about mental health with your family, friends and colleagues? There are so many questions and concerns, and in the down-to-earth, friendly tone that makes Kati Morton so popular on YouTube, Are u ok? informs and reminds us that we can get through the difficult times and we are never alone.

©2018 Kati Morton (P)2018 Hachette Audio

Critic Reviews

"A humane, compassionate, and extremely helpful guide to the complex world of mental health care. Knowing what's wrong and when to seek help can be life-changing, and Morton's book is packed with tools and tips for navigating life with mental health challenges."—John Green, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Turtles All the Way Down and The Fault in Our Stars

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An Excellent Guide to the Mental Health Industry

My sister has psychosis, depression, and anxiety. It's been difficult to help her because I've had no idea what to expect from the mental health industry. This book changed all that. I now know the difference between a phychiatrist and a psychologist, among many other professionals. I have also learned more about warning signs and how to support those who are struggling. Most of all, I've learned that mental health issues affect everyone and there's no shame in needing your own help (even if you aren't struggling with a diagnosable mental illness).

This is a fantastic book. I would highly recommend everyone read this, even if you don't know anyone who has a mental illness.

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Incredibly informative and useful!

Kati Morton, LMFT, really breaks things down when it comes to mental healthcare and treating illnesses. She briefly gives examples of situations where different people may seek treatment before going in-depth on various certifications and licenses and what they mean, when to seek out a certain one, various types of therapy and how all of this can be valuable to everyone. I highly recommend this book to anyone in the process of trying to answer ANY mental health questions or anyone already in treatment!

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Highly recommend it♥️



Being raised by old school Mexican parents and me having old school Mexican tendencies. I never believed in anxiety or panic attacks. Until one day my depression got really bad I was drinking a Starbucks drink that day. I felt really weird. It triggered my vertigo which gave me really bad anxiety. I thought the drink caused it. I thought I was being drugged. My husband told me I was having a panic attack. He hold me and calmed me. Due to my food disorder I haven’t had that drink again. I don’t like to stress my husband about my depression and my weird crazy food disorder. I’m still trying to figure it out. I don’t really have friends to talk about it and I’ve been figuring it out on my own... do I even need help or what kind of therapist do I need and this book has been very helpful for me.

I highly recommend it to anyone who doesn’t know where to start they’re healing journey♥️

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Kati you’re a saint!

I’ve watched Kati’s videos for a few months now and couldn’t wait for the release of her book! I listened to the whole thing in one night! Everytime I felt myself questioning something she said, my thoughts were quickly addressed with Kati saying “now I know this can sound like...” and it’s exactly what I was thinking. Never have I ever come across someone who’s mastered the ability to show love professionalism and kindness in such a creative and supportive way! We need more people like you in the world! Your strong characteristics as a leader are what have made me want to pursue a career in mental health! Keep doing what your doing you are amazing!

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Kati Morton is the Mental Health Queen

I first discovered Kati's YouTube channel about six years ago. I've been waiting for this book ever since. It is all I could have hoped for and more. Everything one needs to find help and how to improve one's overall well being is gently and perfectly espoused by the legend herself. I want to thank Kati for all her support and for her mission to save the world's mental health. Do yourself a favour, buy this book and your brain will be ever so grateful. Fifty trillion stars!