Chartwell Books imprint, it's 168 pages and will be available in hardcover format.
The book is split into different areas of care: physical, emotional, intellectual, spiritual, and social. Each chapter includes both exercises to do, and information and tutorials to put into practice. This book doesn't contain recipes for bath bombs or cucumber skin toner; instead it concentrates on meditation, visualization, and grounding to help the reader attain tranquility and inner peace.
The book has a nice layout, with photographs interspersed with relevant highlighted text boxes. There are lots of prompts which could easily tie-in effortlessly for writing, journaling, and other creative pursuits. The book's aesthetic struck me as very feminine, though there's no reason it couldn't be utilized equally by men.
Really pretty book full of good advice (if a bit heavy on the pseudo-science woo side of the equation). Four stars.
Disclosure: I received an ARC at no cost from the author/publisher for review purposes.