Happiness Isn't Brain Surgery (Happiness for short) is the sister podcast to Counselor Toolbox. Happiness was launched to provide easily accessible tips, tools and tricks to help people achieve their highest quality of life. Each week we delve into topics that will help you enhance your happiness, better deal with addictions, anxiety, depression and understand the interaction between mood, physical health and addiction.
Objectives ~ Define psychological flexibility ~ Explore how to apply psychological flexibility ~ Identify the shortcut question What is Psychological Flexibility ~ The willingness to accept things as they are in the moment and make a conscious choice to act with effective purpose choosing behaviors, thoughts and feelings that move you toward a rich and […]
Social Interventions for Depression
Support from emotionally healthy family and friends is important to recovery.
365 Days of Happiness
An overview of the book 365 Days of Happiness which helps people start each day with a technique to live happier.
Environmental Interventions for Depression
Environmental Interventions for Depression: Increase the Happy and Reduce the Stress
Physical Interventions to Defeat Depression
100+ Practical Tools to Defeat Depression Physical Interventions Dr. Dawn-Elise Snipes, PhD, LPC-MHSP, LMHC Executive Director, AllCEUs Counseling Education Podcast Host: Counselor Toolbox, Happiness Isn’t Brain Surgery Objectives ~ Identify why physical interventions are important to recovery and happiness ~ Explore different physical interventions Intro ~ There are a myriad of reasons why physical interventions […]
Cognitive Interventions for Depression
~ The way people think and perceive situations has a huge impact on how they feel
~ Helping people embrace the dialectics can help them feel more positive and empowered
~ Just like it is imperative to add happy emotions, it is imperative to add happy thoughts as well
~ By practicing optimism and addressing unhelpful thoughts people can reduce their overall stress, sleep better, gain more energy and feel less hopeless and helpless (depressed).