Good Tips for the New Year
Categories: Mood Tips, Resilience
We found a great article written by Dr. Jelena Kecmanovic, Adjunct Professor of Psychology, Georgetown University. It has excellent and useful content which highlights many principles of evidence-based CBT.
Dr Kecmanovic outlines seven science-based strategies that can help you boost your willpower and succeed with your New Year’s resolutions.
Please note that Dr Kecmanovic has no affiliation with the MindOverMood.com site. Thank you to TheConversation.com for making these types of articles available for posting through their Creative Commons license.
August 17, 2009 (NYTimes.com): The Army's new resiliency program will train more than one million active-duty soldiers, reservists, members of the National Guard, civilian employees, and military family members in Beck-inspired methods.
"The training, the first of its kind in the military, is meant to improve performance in combat and head off the mental health problems, including depression, post-traumatic stress disorder and suicide, that plague about one-fifth of troops returning from Afghanistan and Iraq."
READ THE ARTICLE: Mental stress training is planned for US soldiers ...
Photo credits: OCS graduation by Neil Smith is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
A review of Dr. Padesky & Dr. Mooney's resilience approach from their workshop in Auckland, New Zealand
[READ THE FULL ARTICLE] in the New Zealand Herald. Easing the pain through inner strength ...
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.