Do I have ADHD? Is it a real disorder?
Hi podcast fans,
Today we’ve got some terrific questions that you have submitted.
- Jose and Bri both asked: How would you treat hypochondria?
- Christian: How would you treat an abuse survivor? I’ve heard that talk therapy is inadequate for healing trauma!
- Ted: Is there such a thing as healthy euphoria?
- Hillary: Would you do a podcast covering the treatment of mania?
- Jim: I think I have ADHD, but some doctors claim it’s not a true diagnosis. What do you think?
- Dan: What your thoughts are on LSD in the treatment of depression and anxiety?
I could not get to all of your excellent questions in the time provided. The next time we do Ask David with general questions, we will include these:
- Guy: What’s a nervous breakdown?
- Rob: How would you treat a field goal kicker who’s afraid of missing the winning field goal? Would you use positive visualizations?
- Michael: How would you treat someone with the fear of aging? I turn 60 in a few months!
- Hidem: How fast is fast? You seem to get super-fast recoveries from your patients most of the time. How about other therapists? How rapidly does the average patient recover>
- Rubens: What you can do when you’re upset but can’t identify any negtaive thoughts?
Next week, our Ask David will focus on questions about relationship conflicts and problems. Rhonda and I have lots of other cool programs planned in upcoming weeks.
Thanks for tuning in today, and over the past months. We will hit one million downloads in a week or two (this is April, 2019). Rhonda, Fabrice, and I deeply appreciate your support!
David and Rhonda
You can reach Dr. Burns at firstname.lastname@example.org. Dr. Rhonda Barovsky practices in Walnut Creek, California, and can be reached at email@example.com.
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FOUR COOL UPCOMING WORKSHOPS FOR YOU
Coming in less than one week. Act fast if you want to reserve a seat!
by David D. Burns, MD and Jill Levitt, PhD
Dr. Jill Levitt and I are offering what I think will be an outstanding workshop on the treatment of anxiety disorders on Sunday, May 19, 2019. IT IS LESS THAN ONE WEEK AWAY! Our Sunday workshops can be tremendously rewarding, so consider attending if you are interested.
The last Sunday workshop in February was really fun! We are SOLD OUT fin person, but still have spots online, and you can join us from anywhere in the world. Register soon if you are interested, as the online slots are also limited.
THERE WILL BE MANY EXPERT TRAINERS TO GUIDE THE ONLINE PARTICIPANTS DURING THE SMALL GROUP EXERCISES
We will have expert trainers in person as well, including David and Jill!
WHEN: May 19, 2019, 8:30 am – 4:30 pm PST
(11:30 am-7:30 pm EST)
WHERE: Join us live online or in person at the Creekside Inn, Palo Alto, CA.
HOW MUCH DOES IT COST? $135,
WILL I GET CE CREDITS? YES! 7 CE hours available
WILL I GET CREDIT IN THE TEAM LICENSURE PROGRAM? YES!
Completion of this workshop also counts towards TEAM-CBT Level 1, 2 or 3 Certification
WHO CAN ATTEND? Therapists of all levels are welcome
CAN I REGISTER IF I’M NOT A THERAPIST? Although the workshop is geared for therapists, it will be taught in a clear and basic way that anyone can benefit from.
WILL I HAVE FUN? Yes!
WILL I HAVE GET TO HANG OUT WITH SOME COOL COLLEAGUES? Yes!
WILL I GET AN AWESOME FREE BREAKFAST AND LUNCH? Yes!
You will love this lively, amusing, and immensely useful day of training with Drs. Burns, Levitt and the Feeling Good Institute Staff. The trainers will use a combination of didactic teaching, live demonstrations, video, and breakout group practice to enhance skill-building.