37: Hilary Jacobs Hendel - It's Not Always Depression

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How do you respond to your child when they get angry at you?  Is your answer or reaction also one of anger?  Wouldn’t it be great if we understood what emotions get triggered in us that make us respond the way we do?

This podcast with Hilary Jacobs Hendel will help you answer these questions.  Hilary has written a book called “It’s Not Always Depression: Working the Change Triangle to Listen to the Body, Discover Core Emotions, and Connect to Your Authentic Self.”  While the title might lead you to think this book is about therapy or psychoanalysis, there is a lot in it to help parents understand where our emotions come from and how we can respond differently to our kids when they are upset; we can also teach them how to deal with their emotions, rather than throwing up defenses to avoid them.

You can find Hilary at www.Hilaryjacobshendel.com and her book will be released tomorrow – February 6th.  It’s available now at Amazon

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Hilary Jacobs Hendel

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00:00:00welcome to the biggest jobs parenting teens podcast exceptional parenting is hard it's doable and it's never too late or too early is your host Pam hardy our time cast today is with an author Hillary Jacobs handle in the first part of the interview Hillary describes a particular model
00:00:22of therapy called eight T. D. P. it's an in depth explanation but I encourage you to stay with it as it takes us to an understanding of the premise of her new book called it's not always depression hope you enjoy Hillary Jacobs handle welcome back thank you Pamela
00:00:42delighted to be back I in my intro I will remind the listeners know about our previous interview which was I think two years ago but we're delighted to have you back and you've written a new book tell us about it title the title is it's not always depression
00:01:02and in a nutshell I had the great fortune in my life to discover that the practice of psychotherapy that was based and current neuroscience and how emotions work in the mind and the ...
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