Description of a simple meditation technique derived from a method described by Athenodorus combined with the psychological processes defined by Marcus Aurelius.
Article exploring the psychotherapeutic dimension of Spinoza’s philosophy in relation to modern cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT).
Review of Gill Garratt’s CBT for Work: A Practical Guide (2012)
This week, Tim LeBon, philosophical counsellor and one of the Stoicism Today team, maps seven typical errors of thinking, as recognised within CBT, with possible philosophical remedies for each error. The following piece is extracted from Tim’s book, Wise Therapy (2001), and is reproduced with kind permission of the author. The extract is prefaced by […]
Psychotherapy and philosophy (part 2) Link to Karnac blog.
Philosophy and psychotherapy (part 1) Link to article on Karnac blog.
Stoicism and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
New Stoa: Interview with Donald Robertson about Stoicism and Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) This is an interview I did for the New Stoa about Stoic philosophy and modern psychological therapy, etc.
Excerpt from The Philosophy of CBT (2010) about freewill and determinism in Stoicism and psychotherapy.
This article attempts to ask whether “cognitive distance” or “disputation” is more important to Stoic therapy, and to explore the concept of psychological distance in relation to Stoicism.