Video: Why we should all try therapy

ma 14 sep 2020

We tend to think of therapy as an approach to fixing problems — you go if you're not happy, not when everything seems fine. Clinical psychologist Emily Anhalt shares her experiences as both therapist and patient to make a compelling case that therapy isn't just a means to an end. "It'll drastically increase the depth and authenticity of your happiness," she says. "Making the necessary space for every feeling that lives in between." (bron: TEDxBoulder)

About Emily Anhalt?...
Dr. Emily Anhalt is a psychologist, emotional fitness consultant, and the CoFounder and Chief Clinical Officer of Beam, a gym for the mind that is destigmatizing and demystifying quality emotional and mental fitness. She studied psychology at the University of Michigan and attained Masters and Doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology in Berkeley, California. For the past ten years, Dr. Anhalt has been working clinically with executives, founders, and over-achievers, and has conducted hundreds of interviews with prominent psychologists and entrepreneurs about how leaders can improve their emotional fitness. Dr. Anhalt has spoken around the world about the importance of empathy and self-awareness, and she has collaborated with some of the fastest-growing technology companies and VC firms in the world including Google, Asana, TEDx, Github, NASDAQ, Unilever, Bloomberg, and True Ventures.



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