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The Mindful Way Through Depression with Zindel Segal

Depression: NP0048 – Session 3

Do you feel that a more mindful approach would help your depressed clients? Do you know the differences between mindfulness and cognitive therapy? Join Zindel Segal as he explores these issues and helps you bring mindfulness into your practice.

After the session, please let us know what you think. If you ever have any technical questions or issues, please feel free to email

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5 Responses to The Mindful Way Through Depression with Zindel Segal

  1. barbk says:

    In early sessions when you start with individual therapy, any ideas about when to start introducing the mindfulness

  2. us264454 says:

    Please have Rich talk less and get to the point of the question. It’s very frustrating to hear him lecturing as part of asking a question to the point that when he stops it’s hard to know what the question is. The last question is a good case in point where he asked Zindal to describe his own use and practice of mindfulness and then within the same context asked about books , resources, etc… so the first question never got answered. I’ve signed up for this course to hear these experts and not Rich. I had attended these in the past and now realize my complaint above is what caused me to stop using these and clearly there has been no improvement in the interviewing. I’ll try a few of th either modules on Depression but if this pattern continues I’d request my money back.

    • bfairfield says:

      I agree that Rich goes on too long. He seems to want to summarize what the expert has just said instead of just asking the next one sentence question. I have found that I tend to just move the curser along by passing his remarks and listen then only to the lecturer. I understand that Rich wants this to be a “conversation”, but that is actually less effective than letting the speaker get his/her own thoughts out.

  3. SueCirillo says:

    This sounds very similar to the mindfulness skills training I do with DBT clients. Is there a significant difference?

  4. Jenny50 says:

    I have been listening to these seminars for a couple of years now and disagree. I think Rich does an excellent job. He often anticipates the questions I have about what the guest is saying. I am very happy with the present format.

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