Some thoughts and notes following a recent academic workshop on Stoic philosophy and modern therapy at the university of Exeter.
Details of active Q&A online with Donald Robertson, author of The Philosophy of Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, via the Stoicism Subreddit.
This excerpt from Donald Robertson’s book Build your Resilience (2012) explains the essence of Stoic philosophy and its relationship with moder resilience building.
An excerpt from the May 2012 edition of CBT Today, the BABCP newsletter, which discusses the book The Philosophy of CBT.
Jules Evans on Ancient Philosophy The Browser Jules discusses The Philosophy of CBT as one of his five book choices: …the founders of CBT were directly inspired by ancient Greek philosophy. Unfortunately, not many people are aware of that connection at all. Even a lot of cognitive therapists are unaware of it. That is partly because… Continue reading Jules Evans on Ancient Philosophy
Ancient Healthcare & Modern Wellbeing “After reading a passage in which Marcus advocates this approach to himself, Patrick played a pre-recorded ‘View from Above’ meditation. The text for this meditation was adapted slightly from D. Robertson’s The Philosophy of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT): Stoic Philosophy as Rational and Cognitive Psychotherapy. […] This visualization was well-received… Continue reading Ancient Healthcare and Modern Wellbeing Blog
The Philosophy of Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) by Donald Robertson, published by Karnac, 2010, is now available in Kindle electronic format via Amazon.
Links to a new review of The Philosophy of CBT in the European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling with some key quotations.