056: Dr. Stuart Eisdendrath, MD Author of When Antidepressants Aren’t Enough

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What an honor to interview Dr. Stuart Eisdendrath, MD for his new book When Antidepressants Aren’t Enough. He dives into his ten-year research on depression and anxiety and how mindfulness is not only helping people shift out of depression and anxiety but offering a new sense of hope. He shares that self-compassion is a key component to the mindfulness and healing journey and we talk about how to stop identifying with negative thoughts. A must read for anyone who has ever experienced depression or anxiety which according to recent statistics is over 300 million people currently. Make sure to leave a comment or review! Stuart Eisendrath, MD, is the author of When Antidepressants Aren’t Enough and the founding director of the University of California San Francisco Depression Center. A senior clinician and research psychiatrist at UCSF, his lectures on mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for University of California TV have been viewed more than 1.5 million times. Visit him online at http://www.stuarteisendrath.com.

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