Psychologist Cindy Goodman Stulberg talk about her new book Feeling Better: Beat Depression and Improve Your Relationships with Interpersonal Psychotherapy
Start 2019 off with a positive attitude and tools to create a positive experience. In just twelve short weeks, you can create dramatic
In this podcast we will share how relationships offer the most effective path to healing.
We Talk About
- How to feel better
- Handling Grief
- Explanation of interpersonal psychotherapy
- Interpersonal style – Passive, Aggressive, or Assertive
- 13 signs of depression
- Social media and failed relationships
- cannabis and depression
- Learning to say no
- Loneliness and isolation
- Quick tips to feel better
Each chapter of Feeling Better introduces a new topic and teaches skills and tools that allow readers to set and achieve goals, articulate feelings, and make constructive decisions. Key elements of the program include identifying and engaging with allies and supporters, dealing with difficult people, and , if need be, walking away from harmful relationships.
Cindy Goodman Stulberg, DCS, CPsych, and Ronald J. Frey, Ph.D., CPsych, are the authors of Feeling Better and directors of the Institute for Interpersonal Psychotherapy. Cindy is a psychologist who has counseled individuals, couples, groups, and families for more than 40 years. Ron is a psychologist with multifaceted experience including consulting with various public safety and national defense entities such as the Canadian police and the FBI.