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Drs. David Burns and Jill Levitt will show you powerful techniques, illustrated with powerful, inspiring video clips, of a session with a woman who struggled for more than a decade with crippling feelings of shame. The post 328: Awesome Workshop Coming Soon! appeared first on Feeling Good.
Drs. David Burns and Jill Levitt will treat a young man struggling with social anxiety and an intense fear of Rejection Practice. Two part series, and mind-blowing! The post 327: Rejection Practice?! It’s freaking me out! Part 2 of 2 appeared first on Feeling Good.
Drs. David Burns and Jill Levitt will treat a young man struggling with social anxiety and an intense fear of Rejection Practice. Two part series, and mind-blowing! The post 326: Rejection Practice?! It’s freaking me out! Part 1 of 2 appeared first on Feeling Good.
Attend the (nearly) free social anxiety marathon from one of the world's top experts! Your social anxiety cure! Live in the San Francisco Bay area. The post 325: The Finding Humans Less Scary Marathon! Featuring Dr. Jacob Towery and Michael Luo appeared first on Feeling Good.
David, Rhonda and Dr. Kyle Jones answer your questions about romantic rejection, Part 2 of 2. The post 324: How to Mend a Broken Heart. Part 2 Starring Kyle Jones appeared first on Feeling Good.
David, Rhonda and Dr. Kyle Jones answer your questions about romantic rejection, Part 1 of 2. The post 323: How to Mend a Broken Heart. Part 1 Starring Kyle Jones appeared first on Feeling Good.
Kevin Cornelius is one of the first therapists in the world brave enough to measure and publish the calcculation of his exact effectiveness level in the treatment of depression and anxiety! Wow! Does he pass? Does he suck? Or is he a star? The post 322: How Skillful is your Shrink! Featuring Kevin Cornelius, LMFT appeared first on Feeling Good.
Drs. David Burns and Jill Levitt will conclude a dramatic TEAM-CBT session with a young woman struggling with panic attacks. The post 321: Help! I’m Having Panic Attacks! Part 2 of 2 appeared first on Feeling Good.
Drs. David Burns and Jill Levitt treat a woman with panic attacks and a conflict with her parents. The post 320: Help! I’m Having Panic Attacks! Part 1 of 2 appeared first on Feeling Good.
David, Rhonda and Matt answer your questions about hypnosis, falling in and out of love, and cheerleading vs. empathy, The post 319: Ask David: Can hypnosis be used for evil? Can you fall out of love? Why does cheerleading fail? appeared first on Feeling Good.
The session with Mina takes an unexpected and dramatic sudden turn and ends gloriously. The post 318: Horrific World Events: Can TEAM-CBT Help Us? Part 2 of 2 appeared first on Feeling Good.
David and Rhonda treat a professional woman born and raised in Iran who enraged, horrified and helpless about the tragic events unfolding in Iran. The post 317: Horrific World Events: Can TEAM-CBT Help Us? Part 1 of 2 appeared first on Feeling Good.
Two experts gently teach us about racial, sexual, religious, and gender discrimination, and how to address it's impact in therapy. The post 316: Diversity, Adversity, and Healing appeared first on Feeling Good.
Dr. Jeff Lazarus explains his treatment of teens and children with anxiety disorders and a wide range of somatic complaints The post 315: Anxiety and Somatic Complaints in Children and Teens appeared first on Feeling Good.
David, Rhonda and Matt answer your questions about dating, sex, health anxiety, and the core belief that there's "something wrong with you!" The post 314: What’s wrong with me? I can’t get laid! Health Anxiety, and more! appeared first on Feeling Good.
Listen to Matt, Rhonda and David answers your questions: How do you deal with patients who resist exposure? Does God exist? Does the "self" exist? Albert Ellis and the war in the Ukraine. The post 313: Ask David: Featuring Matthew May, MD appeared first on Feeling Good.
David and Rhonda show you how to learn the Five Secrets of Effective Communication in extraordinarily challenging circumstances! The post 312: Five Secrets: A Deeper Dive appeared first on Feeling Good.
Find out what you and hundreds of other fans like MOST and LEAST about the Feeling Good Podcast! The post 311: Results of the New Podcast Survey appeared first on Feeling Good.
Drs. David Burns and Jill Levitt will present four powerful models for blowing away social anxiety! The post 310: Blowing Away Social Anxiety appeared first on Feeling Good.
Professor Mark Noble share his views on loneliness. The post 309: Are You Lonely? Featuring Professor Mark Noble appeared first on Feeling Good.
Comments (20)

Afreen C

Interesting podcast. I think there should be a disclaimer for this podcast as some comments that the guest made are not consistent with long-term empirical research about how trauma impacts the brain.

Sep 21st
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Richard

Amazing results!

Mar 5th
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Sasan Parvini

What's with the skips in the beginnings?!

Feb 22nd
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Milad Sasha

Fuck this for the annoying sound of chain or something

Apr 2nd
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Amy3422

I have tremendous respect for David and his work. However, at various points in this episode, he calls new research "stupid," refers to distressed people as "whiners," dismisses whole studies with personal anecdotes, and uses a derisive mimicking voice. I understand that expertise creates ego, but the sheer lack of empathy here is surprising. It seems to contradict the methods from the early episodes.

Mar 9th
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Amy3422

I never knew there was a name for reading OCD. I hope you do a full episode on it!

Feb 23rd
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Dj Lady K

Women therapists cant take negative feedback. So many are extremely narcissistic. They need more hard-core therapy than their patients.

Jan 3rd
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Dj Lady K

This world needs better therapists that actually do their jobs, don't abuse their patients, try to understand their patients, and care. Half ass therapy doesn't work. So many just want a paycheck. So many cross boundaries and break the confidential laws and get away with it. So many re-traumatize patients. So many false diagnoses and not knowing what they are doing. I wish more people were like Dr. Burns.

Jan 3rd
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Mohamad Hadi Sarafrazi

🙏🙏🙏

Nov 4th
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Mohamad Hadi Sarafrazi

🙏🙏🌻🌻🌻🌻

Nov 2nd
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Clellie Merchant

T does not stand for transsexual. This is basic 2019 knowledge.

Aug 9th
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Amy3422

I really like these podcasts, but I didn't think that David answered the question in this one. It seemed the listener had already dissolved her distorted beliefs and asked about how to prevent relapse when surrounded by circumstances that support the distortions. Fabrice's example of the alcaholic seemed apt, but the other examples and answers didn't address external circumstances.

Jul 27th
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Amy3422

Awesome!

Jul 25th
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Marty Schwebel

I'm truly thankful for this podcast!

Jul 17th
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Djamel Eddine

I'm grateful that I've come cross this Podcast!

Oct 10th
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Avi Ehrman

That was really enjoyable, and rich with valuable teachings. One concern I have with the feared fantasy technique in this particular setting, Since it's being done in such a friendly and supportive environment it doesn't reflect in a meaningful way a real life fear, does that not minimise it's effectiveness? Thanks, Avi

May 16th
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