- What inspired you to write your book – Feeling Better?
- What exactly is Interpersonal Psychotherapy?
- Talk to us about the significance of relationships in our life?
- How did you get started in your field?
- What are some of the major causes of depression these days?
- And so much more…
Dr. Ron Frey is a clinical psychologist and author of Feeling Better: Beat Depression and Improve Your Relationships with Interpersonal Psychotherapy.
When it comes to treatment for depression, we have been getting it all wrong. Instead of focusing on just the biochemistry, we need to focus on the importance of relationships.
Feeling Better offers a step-by-step guide using a research-proven approach called interpersonal psychotherapy, or IPT, which can help you deal with the issues that may be contributing to your unhappiness. Therapists Cindy Stulberg and Ron Frey have used IPT with clients for more than twenty years and achieved dramatic, lasting results after only eight to twelve weeks.
Inspirational quote – Live in the here, and live in the now.
Action Step – Live in the present. Realize that when you make a mistake in your relationship, they can’t be undone. What’s important is that you figure out what changes you need to make to change your interpersonal relationship with that person.
Major Life Lesson – Remember this quote: “The only constant is change.”
- Best Advice – It’s important to give up some control and to live with some risk in a relationship.
- If you could turn back time and spend 1 hour with any dead (or living), who would it be? – Leonard Cohen (Canadian singer-songwriter)
- One powerful evening or morning practice – Exercise daily. A healthy mind and a healthy body.
- Book Recommendation – Asterix and Obelix comic series.
Learn more about Dr. Ron Frey at www.interpersonalpsychotherapy.com
To order a copy of Ron and Cindy’s book: Feeling Better: Beat Depression and Improve Your Relationships with Interpersonal Psychotherapy visit www.mysevenchakras.com/265book
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