Mar 9 • 1HR 4M

Stoicism, Cognitive Therapy, and Resilience

Donald Robertson interviewed by Valentin Lehodey

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Donald J. Robertson
Valentin Lehodey
Donald Robertson, the author of "How to Think Like a Roman Emperor", and a cognitive-behavioral therapist, talks about how to apply Stoicism in the modern world, discussing philosophy, psychology and self-improvement with guests from all walks of life. Available on Google and Apple podcasts.
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In this episode, I answer questions about Stoicism, cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), and emotional-resilience from Valentin Lehodey, a digital journalism student at the University of Strathclyde in Scotland.

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