THOUGHTWATCHING   is a life-changing,  powerful approach to happiness, health and well-being that will help you change the way you think and feel.  

​It's a big book in a small package.  It brings together the best of psychology, spirituality, and mind-body-spirit science in a life-affirming, practical method that really works.

​It's the one book you want to own if you don't have time to read lots of long books, but really do want to learn how to feel good no matter what's going on in your life.  You'll find only the most important nuggets of wisdom and guidance - along with some simple, very effective tools you'll easily put to use - to bring you deep-down happiness, better physical and emotional health, true inner peace, unlimited joy and success! 


​​A powerful little book that will change your life!

"Amy's clear writing style and simple approach to discovering

happiness make this little book one that holds large wisdom.  ThoughtWatching is a no-nonsense life management manual

that everyone can benefit from.  I wholeheartedly recommend


Rev. Chris Jackson, Senior Minister

Unity on the Bay

​Miami, Florida

​​​Acclaim for

​ ​​​​​​​​​Amy Taylor,LMHC

"When you diligently apply the principles in ThoughtWatching,

your life will dramatically change for the better.  Read it and use

the teachings that it offers.  You will then witness powerful and

positive transformations in your life."

James Trapp

​Past President and CEO 

​Unity Worldwide Ministries

​ ​​​​​​ Integrative Psychotherapy & Practical Spirituality

"I found it to be a great little guide for people going through difficult periods whether they be medical diseases, or other life challenges.  A major value of this book is that you offer so many gems in so few pages...just makes it so accessible.  Many of your ideas about thought processes mirror the ones we have been researching for about 25 years now in cognitive behavioral stress management (CBSM) groups."​

 Michael H. Antoni, Ph.D.

​Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences

Director, Center for Psycho-oncology Research

Sylvester Cancer Center

University of Miami