A Couple of Updates

by stuart miles freedigitalphotos.net

by stuart miles freedigitalphotos.net

I’m excited and proud to report that Dr. Seth Gillihan, my co-author of Overcoming OCD: A Journey to Recovery, has published a new book called:

Retrain Your Brain: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in 7 Weeks: A Workbook for Managing Depression and Anxiety

Early reviews have been positive and here are my thoughts about the book:

As I read through this book, I felt as if I was spending time with a good friend, who also happened to be  a skilled and insightful therapist. Dr. Gillihan’s down-to-earth writing style, coupled with his use of concrete examples from his personal and professional life, makes his new book a winner. I highly recommend it. The exercises are broken down into small, manageable, steps and the reader is encouraged to revisit each chapter as necessary. Dr. Gillihan has succeeded in creating a stress-free, user-friendly workbook to help people manage anxiety and depression.

Congratulations to Dr. Gillihan on a job well done!

In other news, I was recently featured in an article in The Atlantic regarding the lack of availability of ERP therapy.

See you on Sunday for my weekly post!

 

 

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4 Responses to A Couple of Updates

  1. Congrats to Dr. Gillihan on the book, and to you as well for your feature. You’ve done so much to spread awareness about ERP. Thanks for doing what you do!

  2. Laura says:

    Great news all around! Congratulations on your feature in The Atlantic! Certainly prestigious. Let’s keep spreading that awareness! 🙂

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