by Walter E. Jacobson · Filed Under: Happiness · Personal Development · Positive Psychology · Relationships · Spirituality · Success · building self esteem · forgiveness · self-help
If it’s true that most people take psychiatric medications because of difficulties regulating their emotions, anxieties and impulses, then when they are taught skills to effectively self-regulate, they will no longer need to depend upon and can safely taper themselves off their psychiatric medications.
The Wellness Forum’s new program, “Emotional Wellness 101,” was specifically designed for this purpose. It can also be used to great benefit by people who are not on psychiatric medications but are dissatisfied with their lives and their relationships.
With emotional wellness skills, people can effectively manage their emotional life, end self-sabotaging behaviors, and achieve sustainable happiness.
Dr. Pam Popper’s interview with Walter E. Jacobson MD, discusses “Emotional Wellness 101” in more detail: http://www.wellnessforum.com/Audio/DrPopperInterviewDrWJacobson20130117.mp3
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