In this episode, Dr. David Hanscom talks with David Burns, MD, best-selling author of Feeling Good and Feeling Good Together, about the evolution of his practice from biological psychiatry to using cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) as a tool for helping patients with depression and anxiety. He discusses the powerful effect that negative thoughts have on how we feel and behave. Becoming aware of and changing those negative thinking patterns and getting to self-acceptance, often has immediate positive impacts, including on chronic pain. For more information, visit: https://www.feelinggood.com
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