How to Overcome Depression
September 14 @ 8:00 am – November 16 @ 5:00 pm
Dr. Eric Maisel (author of Redesign Your Mind) spells out what depression is and what it is not to help you get a better sense of this mood.
We all feel unhappy from time to time. However, if you feel sad often and deeply, know that you’re not alone. Tens of millions of people around the world suffer from bouts of depression. And, although these feelings have become common, many find it hard to understand what they’re experiencing and how to seek the right kind of help for them. Rest assured that there is a holistic and proven way that will get to the root of your depression and support you emotionally and physically. With the right expert guidance, anyone can banish depression and uncover greater happiness in their life.
Understand Your Sadness in a New Way
In this groundbreaking 8-day course, therapist and coach Eric Maisel will teach you how to take a fresh look at depression and give you the expert guidance to overcome it. You’ll receive step-by-step strategies that will help you discover what’s driving your experiences through the lenses of yourself, your circumstances, and your life. With the support of mindfulness techniques, you’ll learn how to regain control of your mood and a practice that dissolves sorrow at any moment. Existential cognitive-behavioral therapy will also show you how to adopt patterns that will nourish you with joy. By the end of the course, you’ll feel a lasting sense of purpose and contentment.
What is included in this course:
- 8 expert-crafted lessons that will positively transform your mindset and move you through your depression and sadness.
- Therapeutic guidance to support you emotionally as you deal with complex feelings.
- Insights for gaining a clearer distinction between depression and sadness, and why that’s so important to your own well-being.
- Helpful tools that help you increase and prolong your experience of positive emotions.
- Life-enhancing exercises and journaling reflections for building self-awareness and resilience.
- Existential cognitive-behavioral therapy (ECBT) techniques for improving your thoughts and self-talk and creating deeper meaning in your life.
Who should take this course:
- Individuals seeking more balance and control over their emotions and moods.
- Those that would like a holistic, therapeutic approach to improving their mental health.
- Anyone looking to better understand their sadness and depression.
- People who want to create more meaning and sense of calm in their lives.
- Everyone interested in developing more self-esteem and self-awareness.
Transform your mindset and start feeling a greater sense of joy, today!What People Are Saying
“This has been so insightful while I am in between major changes in life careers. With confidence, I know it’s sadness that needs to be examined and worked through. Thank you.” -Lori
“An amazing course. Stick with it, take notes, and do the exercises. Very good!” -Dusty
“Something about how Dr. Maisel writes opens my heart and mind to new possibilities.” -Sedgwick
“We have the ability to reclaim our mind and our thoughts. It’s hard work but it is possible. Need to change the words I can’t to I can.” -Eileen
“I found this course extremely interesting. I truly believe there is a huge difference between sadness and clinical depression. We have the ability we need to reclaim our minds and our thoughts. There truly is no one else in there dictating how we should feel about something. I thought this was most informative. Thank you” -Barb
“Maisel is a wonderful source of information and inspiration.” -GoldenAbout Eric Maisel
Eric Maisel, Ph.D. is the author of more than 50 books and a noted thought leader in the area of critical psychology. He is a retired family therapist, active creativity coach, and critical psychology advocate. He writes a popular blog, lectures internationally, provides keynotes for renowned organizations, and facilitates deep writing workshops around the world in locations, including Paris, London, New York, Dublin, Prague, and Rome.
How Does It Work?
Starting today, you will receive a new lesson every week for 8 weeks (total of 8 lessons). Each lesson is yours to keep and you’ll be able to refer back to it whenever you want. And if you miss a lesson or are too busy to get to it that day, each lesson will conveniently remain in your account so you won’t have to search for it when you’re ready to get back to it.
As a free gift, when you sign up for this course, you will also receive the award-winning DailyOM inspiration newsletter which gives you daily inspirational thoughts for a happy, healthy and fulfilling day. We will also let you know about other courses and offers from DailyOM and Eric Maisel that we think you might be interested in.
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We are offering this course with the option of selecting how much you want to pay. No matter how much you pay, you’ll be getting the same course as everybody else. We simply trust that people are honest and will support the author of the course with whatever they can afford. And if you are not 100% satisfied, we will refund your money.
The Breakthrough Program for Real Cognitive Change
Your mind is yours to redesign, redecorate and create! The idea that you are what you think has concerned philosophers from Marcus Aurelius to the Buddha. Today, this age-old message is delivered via cognitive-behavioral therapy and CBT techniques. Dr. Maisel moves cognitive change a giant step forward by describing the room that is your mind and how human consciousness is experienced there. Packed with visualization exercises, this accessible guide makes redesigning your mind and changing what you think easy and simple, an upgrade to the CBT method.
Visualization exercises for easy assembly. That room that is your mind is a space that you can decorate, air out, furnish, and turn into a truly congenial place. By practicing these easy-to-understand visualization exercises, you can redesign your mind and change not only what you think but how you think. Each of these techniques address major challenges like depression, anxiety, addiction, procrastination, and loneliness and promote cognitive growth, trauma healing, and fundamental change.