David, the guru of cognitive approaches to the understanding and treatment of anxiety disorders, is the one scientist a psychologist must read.
Aaron is globally recognized as the father of cognitive therapy and one of the world’s leading researchers in psychopathology. The American Psychologist has called him “one of the five most influential psychotherapists of all time.
In the third edition of his workbook, psychologist Bourne describes specific skills needed to overcome problems with panic, anxiety, and phobias, and provides step-by- step procedures for mastering these skills. The book contains a fair amount of descriptive material but emphasizes cognitive-behavioral skills, strategies, and exercises to foster recovery
She is one of my favorite anxiety and depression researchers from Univ. California, Los Angeles, where she is also the Director of the Anxiety and Depression Research Center, and Associate Director of the Staglin Family Music Center for Behavioral and Brain Health.
Oscar Wilde was twenty years younger than the great artist James Whistler with whom Wilde was awed. Both travelled in the same aristocratic circles and had become fast friends despite their differences. Whistler was an elitist and had a strong personality. Wilde was a populist and milder in his manner. Eventually, Whistler tired of Wilde […]
Physics is like sex: Sure, it may give some practical results, but that’s not why we do it. — Richard Feynman “I have a 2 year old, that constantly tugs at us and still wakes up twice every night. She sleeps in our bed. Anita and I work an 8 to 8 job. We’ve been […]