Stuart J. Eisendrath. MD shares how to use mindfulness-based cognitive therapy to change your relationship with depression. The book When Antidepressants Aren’t Enough: Harnessing The Power of Mindfulness To Alleviate Depression
Over 100,000,000 people suffer from depression all over the world. Antidepressants are the most common treatment according to the World Health Organization. Sometimes antidepressants are not enough to balance the brain chemicals to keep one’s state of mind in the highest vibration as possible. Dr. Eisendrath shares how to combine mindfulness with cognitive-based therapy in an easy, user-friendly way to immediately shift the impending negative energy to the positive.
Seventeen years ago, Dr. Stuart Eisendrath piloted research into the therapeutic effects of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) on people experiencing clinical depression. Ever since he has been changing how they relate to their thoughts and feelings.
We Talk about
- Thoughts are not facts
- Sometimes thoughts not being our friend
- Discuss basic mindfulness
- How people who fail to recover from depression with antidepressants can use the MBCT to heal and move forward
- How to change your relationship with depression
- Quick and easy tools to implement MBCT that work
- Walking Meditation – it is not what you think
- The Body Scan
- Pain plus resistance equals suffering
- Anger and depression
- Anxiety and depression
- Self-compassion counters depression
- Tools to prevent relapse of depression
If you or anyone you know suffers from depression this groundbreaking book is a must-read. The techniques work and work quickly. There is no need to suffer or spend years on the therapist couch. This book gives you the tools that you need right now, to change your relationship with depression.