Category: Depression

Depression Nutrition Podcast Stress

Ep. 29: Dr. Julia Rucklidge — Can Nutrition Prevent Depression and Promote Resilience?

 Psychologist Julia Rucklidge was disturbed by two trends she observed: Psychological conditions like depression and anxiety were becoming more and more common. At the same time, rates of prescription…

Depression Podcast

Ep. 5: Dr. Rachel Hershenberg – How to Create a Life You Love

It’s hard to build a life we love, and doubly so when we’re going through depression. In my conversation with Dr. Rachel Hershenberg, we talk about her recent book, Activating Happiness:…

Depression Evidence-based Treatment Exercise Self-Help

12 Findings on the Best Ways to Treat Depression

Anyone who’s been depressed knows how hard it can be just to keep up with daily responsibilities. Trying to figure out the best way to treat the depression can present…


Can You Be Depressed and Not Know It?

What image comes to mind if I ask you to think of someone who is depressed? Typically we picture someone who’s sad all the time, stays in bed for much…

Depression Evidence-based Treatment Meditation Mindfulness

How to Use Mindfulness to Ease Negative Emotions

I’m very pleased to welcome my first guest blogger, Debbie Hampton, fellow blogger at The Best Brain Possible.  Most of us welcome sadness and pain about as much as a root…

Anxiety CBT in 7 Weeks Depression Self-Help

CBT in 7 Weeks: The Next Seven Weeks (and Beyond)

This is the eighth and final post in a series that accompanies each week in my book, Retrain Your Brain: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in 7 Weeks. “The Next Seven Weeks” begins on…