Covid-19 and the steps to mitigate it produce significant psychological stress but there are ways to skillfully respond.
Explores the role of investigating how thoughts are not facts and so do not have to be the drivers of mood.
I had the opportunity to speak with Billy Atwell on his Unshakable Confidence podcast. I illustrated how being focused on the present moment frees you from ruminations about the past and catastrophizing about the future. Listen to the podcast here:...
Canada has an annual Bell Day to focus on mental health. This interview with Laura Tucker was part of the discussion on the topic of depression. https://lauratucker.com/stuart-eisendrath
I recently was interviewed by Kimberly Wilson of Tranquility du Jour. The interview is available here: https://kimberlywilson.com/podcasts/tranquility-du-jour-478-alleviating-depression/
My book was recently reviewed by the Greater Good Science Center. Greater Good reports on groundbreaking research into the roots of compassion, happiness, and altruism. The review by Deborah Yip provides a very thoughtful commentary on my book, When Antidepressants...
Mindfulness can be helpful in reducing stress. It allows you the freedom to make a skillful response rather than simply reacting to a stressor.
I was recently interviewed by Lourdes Viado, Ph.D. for the Women in Depth Podcast. We discussed the nature of depression and how mindfulness can be so helpful for this condition. Since women have a much higher incidence of depression than men, the discussion was...
MBCT can have powerful effects in preventing relapse.
The Mindful Magazine includes the essentials of Mindfulness-
Based Cognitive Therapy for depression that are described in detail in When Antidepressants Aren’t Enough: Harnessing the Power of Mindfulness to Alleviate Depression.