Categories: Mind Over Mood
Margarita Tartakovsky, MS, an associate editor at PsychCentral interviewed the authors of the 2nd edition of Mind Over Mood. This 5 minute read includes comments about exercises and worksheets that have a positive impact on people. Learn the one thing readers can do right now to boost their mood and feel better. Understand the 5 biggest myths about mood such as: they are uncontrollable; its just brain chemistry; it's a medical problem and requires medication; and you can't really change them.
Click on the button to go to the online article.
Tartakovsky, M. (2018). Mind Over Mood: Q&A with Authors Dennis Greenberger & Christine A. Padesky. Psych Central. Retrieved on October 23, 2019, from https://psychcentral.com/blog/mind-over-mood-qa-with-authors-dennis-greenberger-christine-a-padesky/
photo from pexels - no attribution required
Categories: CBT, Mind Over Mood, Mood Tips
We are pleased that BBC Radio 4 (Woman's Hour) asked Dr Christine A. Padesky to talk about Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT). Specifically how CBT skills can help people during times of stress. These skills are useful at all times (holidays included)! The interview was first broadcast December 22, 2015.
"Perfectionism is almost always a trap because it robs us of whatever chances we have in life for joy. The antidote to perfectionism is really putting value on small positives that come our way." (Padesky quote from BBC interview)
Photo Credits: photo of Padesky Copyright 2015 Kathleen A. Mooney, PhD. All rights reserved.
Categories: Mind Over Mood
We are pleased to report that Mind Over Mood is listed in the Reading Well Books on Prescription program in the United Kingdom.
The books have all been recommended by health professionals and have been tried and tested by people with experience of living with the conditions. The program is "endorsed by health professionals and supported by public libraries." They even provide a "core book list of accredited titles recommended by healthcare professionals that covers a range of common mental health conditions such as anxiety, depression, phobias and eating disorders."
Categories: Mind Over Mood, Television
The book Mind Over Mood recently showed up in an episode of the Netflix series, Orange is the New Black. We were surprised to see it there and wonder if any of the characters are using it. It looks like the counselor refers to it since it is always at his side.
In this scene, Mind Over Mood is lying open on the counselor's desk (bottom left).
Noteworthy articles that have appeared in the news regarding Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), resilience, skills, strengths, brain science, therapy focus, mood tips, and many different mental health issues.