Psychological Fitness: Managing Our Minds with Dr. Gregory S. Brown MD & Dr. Joan Rosenberg Ph.D.
Original Air Date Wednesday, September 28, 2022
Self-care has become a diluted term thrown about by many who only intend to sell beauty care products. But, true self-care is so much more than physical relaxation.
Complete self-care encompasses mental and emotional health and psychological fitness. With over 40 million Americans struggling from some level of anxiety or depression, Positive Psychology Podcast Host Lisa Cypers Kamen questions the experts about how we can regain balance and manage our minds. Integrative Psychiatrist Dr. Gregory S. Brown shares the Five Pillars of Self-Care from his book, The Self-Healing Mind: An Essential Five-Step Practice for Overcoming Anxiety and Depression, and Revitalizing Your Life. And, Dr. Joan Rosenberg describes the Rosenberg Reset method that guides people through their feelings and offers relief for those in the grips of anxiety.
Gregory Brown MD — Managing Our Minds:
- How depression and anxiety impede our decision-making abilities. [1:45]
- The Five Pillars of Self-Care from Dr. Brown’s book, The Self-Healing Mind. [3:35]
- How being outside activates our body’s natural defenses. [8:04]
- Dr. Gregory Brown explains how we can approach men when they need a mental tune-up. [15:44]
- Depression and anxiety are treatable and there are telehealth and web-based therapy options. [22:21]
Gregory Scott Brown, MD, is an integrative psychiatrist, mental health writer, and author. His commentary has appeared in the New York Times, the Huffington Post, Psychology Today, on the Today Show, and NPR. He is an advisory board member for Men’s Health magazine, where he regularly contributes content for mental health stories.
Book: The Self-Healing Mind: An Essential Five-Step Practice for Overcoming Anxiety and Depression, and Revitalizing Your Life
Joan Rosenberg Ph.D. — Psychological Fitness:
- Dr. Rosenberg describes how feelings are aligned with being alive. [28:13]
- The Rosenberg Reset guides people through feeling more fully without becoming paralyzed by feelings. [32:28]
- For those who try to avoid unpleasant feelings, Dr. Rosenberg’s book, 90 Seconds to a Life You Love, can help alleviate it. [40:39]
- Dr. Joan Rosenberg describes how trauma is encoded in the brain. [46:16]
- The three ways Dr. Rosenberg looks at anxiety, and it is not what you might think. [48:25]
Joan Rosenberg, Ph.D., psychologist, is a bestselling author, corporate wellness consultant, and media expert who is known globally as an acclaimed speaker and trainer on communication, confidence, resilience, authenticity, and grief. As a three-time TEDx speaker and member of the Association of Transformational Leaders, she has been recognized for her innovative Emotional Mastery and confidence-building approach, and for her thought leadership and global influence in personal development. Dr. Rosenberg has served as a mental health media consultant for documentaries, print, radio, television, and digital outlets.
Book: 90 Seconds to a Life You Love
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“Move your body, eat well, and play well to feel better.” @LisaKamen on @HH_TalkRadio Click To Tweet“Suffering in silence is scary and sad and it exacerbates the condition.” @LisaKamen on @HH_TalkRadio Click To Tweet“Depression and anxiety are treatable.” @LisaKamen on @HH_TalkRadio Click To Tweet“Oftentimes, we mush feelings and facts together.” @LisaKamen on @HH_TalkRadio Click To Tweet“About 40 million Americans annually struggle with anxiety and depression is not far behind.” @GregorySBrownMD on @HH_TalkRadio Click To Tweet“Mental health IS health.” @GregorySBrownMD on @HH_TalkRadio Click To Tweet“Self-care is like oxygen or food, it is vital for us to survive and thrive.” @GregorySBrownMD on @HH_TalkRadio Click To Tweet“Men have a hard time identifying anxiety or depression.” @GregorySBrownMD on @HH_TalkRadio Click To Tweet“Our capacity to allow ourselves to feel fully is the essence of aliveness.” @DrJoanRosenberg on @HH_TalkRadio Click To Tweet“Nothing we think or feel has to be permanent.” @DrJoanRosenberg on @HH_TalkRadio Click To Tweet“Anxiety as a concept, to me as a therapist, has almost no meaning.” @DrJoanRosenberg on @HH_TalkRadio Click To Tweet
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