Ashley Davis Bush, LICSW is a licensed psychotherapist in southern New Hampshire, specializing in couples therapy and grief counseling. She is the author of four self-help books: 75 Habits for a Happy Marriage (2013), Shortcuts to Inner Peace (2011), Claim Your Inner Grown-up (2001) and Transcending Loss (1997). Her work focuses on helping couples connect, coping with losses, maximizing one’s potential, finding inner peace, and navigating transitions.
Her most recent book, 75 Habits for a Happy Marriage (2013), co-authored with her husband Daniel Arthur Bush, PhD, offers simple, specific tools to increase connection and intimacy in a romantic relationship.
“The Shortcuts are simple, charming, and powerful. These techniques are so much fun that they should be called “games for grown-ups” — this book is truly a delight.” Martin Boroson, Author of One-Moment Meditation: Stillness for People on the Go
(Berkley Books, November 1st, 2011)
Transcending Loss has helped thousands and thousands of grievers understand how to grieve and how to live with loss. Unlike other grief books that imply there is an “end” to the process, this book acknowledges and honors the lifelong process of integrating loss into life. It also shows how to channel pain into avenues that make meaning out of loss.
(Berkley Books, 1997)
From the Back Cover: A much needed antidote to the indulgent trends of recent years. Claim Your Inner Grown-up’ will help us become authentic adults without losing the innocence, freedom, and wonder that are also an integral part of our psychological makeup and help make us who we are.
(Plume Books, 2001)