VIDEO: How to Think Scientifically about Medications

Why Having a Hypothesis Works for the Non-Medical Therapist

Despite the increasing popularity of psychiatric meds as the go-to remedy for everything from seasonal depression to social anxiety, drugs are often not the best treatment alternative. In the following video clip, Steven Dubovsky, MD, explains why therapists should create a hypothesis about what might be causing a client’s suffering and investigate it thoroughly before deciding to recommend medication.

Mastering Mindfulness: Applying powerful practices to overcome anxiety, trauma, depression and more

For many clients, adopting mindfulness is a major challenge. That's why we developed this online course filled with effective techniques, specific strategies and step-by-step guidance on how to make the power of mindfulness practical and accessible. Join some of the leading experts on applying mindfulness in clinical practice, and learn how to tailor mindfulness practices to your individual…