New Stoa: Interview with Donald Robertson about Stoicism and Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

New Stoa: Interview with Donald Robertson about Stoicism and Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

This is an interview I did for the New Stoa about Stoic philosophy and modern psychological therapy, etc.

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  1. Being a Doctoral Fellow of the Albert Ellis Institute, it is refreshing to come across a scholar and practitioner like Robertson who moves freely between CBT, REBT and Stoicism. Donald and colleague Jules Evans are themselves a “third wave” of practicing Stoics whose writings inspire us all, and are humble in spirit – Major Thomas Jarrett, AEI Fellow and founder of Warrior Resilience Training, U.S. Army