Category Archives: Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)
“How do I … deal with seasonal affective disorder?” By Phil Maynard From TheGuardian.com Given the upcoming end of daylight savings time this Sunday in the United States, I thought this article would be useful and timely. The article mentions … Continue reading
CNN: “And the Secret to Happiness Is…” by Sanjay Gupta, MD 2 min, 0 sec Dr. Gupta makes a number of interesting points in this video. Happiness can help you live a longer and happier life.* Much of our happiness … Continue reading
Exercising the Mind to Treat Attention Deficits By Daniel Goleman, New York Times, May 12, 2014 This article published in the New York Times earlier this month has gotten a lot of attention from my patients and colleagues. I have … Continue reading
Scientific American reports on a depression treatment study published in the Journal of Psychiatric Research. The “head line” was that injecting Botox into facial muscles involved that are in frowning decreased depressive symptoms by 47% compared to a 9% decrease … Continue reading
Cognitive-behavioral therapy helps reverse the negativity that torments adults with ADD — and prevents them from reaching goals.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy helps reverse the negativity that torments adults with ADD — and prevents them from reaching goals. by Carl Sherman, Ph.D. on ADDitudemag.com This article describes how CBT can help treat adult ADHD, however it leaves out a crucial … Continue reading