Cindy Stulberg is an internationally respected psychologist and is the Director of The Institute of Interpersonal Psychotherapy which provides psychological assessment and counseling for individuals and couples, groups and families and has done so for the past 35 years. In this episode, Cindy and Eric discuss her book, Feeling Better: Beat Depression and Improve Your Relationships with Interpersonal Psychotherapy.
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In This Interview, Cindy Stulberg and I Discuss…
- Her book, Feeling Better: Beat Depression and Improve Your Relationships with Interpersonal Psychotherapy
- That your relationships hold the key to your happiness
- Interpersonal Psychotherapy
- The areas of life that trigger a depressive episode
- Drawing your social circle and asking questions about them
- How to build your social circle
- Conversation starters
- The difference between feelings and moods
- Questions for emotional enlightenment
- Getting input from others when looking to do things differently for them to make things better
- Paying attention to how you feel
- The question: What’s the best, worst and most likely outcome?
- Linking rigid expectations to happiness
- How you can’t expect 1 person to meet all your needs
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