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The Creativity Cure on Scott Cluthe's Positively Incorrect!

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Scott Cluthe talks with The Creativity Cure authors Alton & Carrie Barron, who are also both M.D.'s.

CARRIE (GRACE CAROLINE) BARRON, M.D., is a board-certified psychiatrist/psychoanalyst on the clinical faculty of the Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons who also has a private practice in New York City. 

ALTON BARRON, M.D., is a board-certified orthopedic surgeon and is currently the President of the New York Society for Surgery of the Hand. He has been a surgeon for the New York Philharmonic Orchestra and Metropolitan Opera for more than a decade. Dr. Barron is a consultant for CBS and has appeared multiple times on the CBS Early Show. 

In THE CREATIVITY CURE: A Do-It-Yourself Prescription for Happiness, husband-and-wife physicians Carrie and Alton Barron draw upon the latest psychological research, a combined forty years of medical practice, and personal experience to reveal that creative action is integral to easing depression and anxiety and to fueling long-term happiness and wellbeing.  The need to create – to produce something using our minds and hands – is fundamental.  It connects us to our inner selves and to our environment and offers the deep satisfaction of accomplishment.  But too often, in our technology driven, fast-paced society, we neglect this need. The Barrons show that creative processes facilitate insight and healing, connect our mental and physical selves, supply satisfaction and meaning and thereby yield life changing results.

The five steps of THE CREATIVITY CURE—Insight, Movement, Mind Rest, Using Your Own Two Hands, and Mind Shift—lead the way to a more meaningful, fulfilling life.

Also tonight a Best of Repeat with Eric Maisel on Overcoming Creative Anxiety.

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