In my last post I offered a basic sketch of the cognitive-behavioral model of psychological distress. By way of quick, pithy review: the way you THINK gives rise to the way you FEEL and BEHAVE. So, understanding our thoughts is important if we want to understand our feelings and behaviors.
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In my last post I discussed some considerations that one might take into account as they discern whether they are ready to take psychotropic medication. As a follow-up to that post I want to explore some practical, non-medication related suggestions for coping with anxiety and depression, as well as discuss 10 common thought errors/distortions that […]