Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with Seth Gillihan

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Date: October 22, 2018

Episode Description

Depression and anxiety are on the rise, and most people are looking for solutions to deal with emotions that are overwhelming their lives. In Seth Gillihan’s new book Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Made Simple, he lays out a simple plan using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to assess and understand your emotions and move forward from there.

Dr. Risk’s Thoughts

There is not one person in the world who is without emotions.  At some point in our lives, we all struggle, especially those with chronic illnesses.  I believe that we need to have a variety of tools to deal with our life issues as they arise. 

Guest Information

Licensed psychologist Seth J. Gillihan, PhD, is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology in the Psychiatry Department at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Gillihan has written and lectured nationally and internationally on cognitive behavioral therapy and the role of the brain in psychiatric conditions. He wrote Overcoming OCD: A Journey to Recovery with Janet Singer as well as Retrain Your Brain: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in 7 Weeks, a workbook for managing depression and anxiety. His most recent book is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Made Simple. Dr. Gillihan has a clinical practice in Haverford, PA, where he provides CBT and mindfulness-based treatment for adults with OCD, anxiety, depression, and related conditions.

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