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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Introducing CBT for low mood and depression 6: Self-Criticism This sixth podcast in the CBT for Low Mood series focuses on self-criticism. It looks at why we can be so critical of ourselves and when this can become a problem, and introduces three tips and tools to help you deal with unhelpful self-criticism. Jonathan Totman 21 Apr 2022
2 Introducing CBT for low mood and depression 5: Ten Tips for Coping in a Crisis This fifth podcast in the CBT for Low Mood series focuses on those times when you’re feeling most desperate, hopeless or overwhelmed, offering some practical suggestions for how to cope and look after yourself during a mental health crisis. Jonathan Totman 07 Feb 2022
3 Introducing CBT for low mood and depression 4: A Tool for Dealing with Worry and Rumination This fourth podcast focuses on two patterns of thinking that often come with low mood and depression: worry and rumination. Jonathan Totman 18 Jan 2021
4 Introducing CBT for low mood and depression 3: Rules for living (and how to break them) This third podcast focuses on the implicit “rules” affecting how you think and behave, helping you to spot when they’re serving you well and when they might be overly rigid or exacting. Jonathan Totman 18 Jan 2021
5 Introducing CBT for low mood and depression 2: six troublesome thoughts and how to respond This second CBT podcast focuses on the "C" of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), looking at ways in which low mood and depression can affect your thinking and introducing the key cognitive techniques of thought monitoring and thought challenging. Jonathan Totman, Oxford University Counselling Service 15 Oct 2020
6 Introducing CBT for low mood and depression 1: doing more of what matters to you This first episode on CBT looks at some of the ways in which low mood and depression can manifest in students, and introduces a central cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) strategy known as "behavioural activation". Jonathan Totman, Oxford University Counselling Service 15 Oct 2020