Does psychotherapy REALLY work? What you should know

The CRAM Podcast ~ Extraordinary Ideas Unleashed

08-02-2024 • 50 mins

Are there some things about you - habits or behaviours you’d really like to change? Maybe you’re dealing with anxiety?  Or depression?

Or you’ve been in one bad relationship after another and you want this pattern to stop. You’ve wondered about going for counselling.  But you’re skeptical.  Maybe even scared. Can psychotherapy, or as some people call it – talk therapy - REALLY help??

Who needs it?  What are the different approaches?  And how often do you need to go to benefit? We cover that and a lot more with clinical psychologist Martin Drapeau.

He’s knowledgeable, thoughtful, and open to discussing some of the troubling issues he’s seeing.  I learned a lot!

Info on Guest:

Dr. Martin Drapeau is a Clinical Psychologist and Professor of Counselling Psychology and Psychiatry at McGill University.  For more information on his research and work, please check out these links:

https://www.mcgill.ca/edu-ecp/martin-drapeau

https://www.drmartindrapeau.ca/ Dr. Drapeau also has some helpful videos on his website that cover different aspects of psychotherapy and mental health incl. this one on how to choose a psychotherapist:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vCQNtQA9Lg0


Add’l Info:

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We’d really appreciate your support! Please rate our podcast and subscribe and follow us on social @CRAMideas. Thanks for listening!


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