Exeter seminar on Stoicism and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Here’s a video of a seminar I attended in Exeter University a couple of months ago, organised by Stoic expert Christopher Gill, on Stoicism and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). Thanks for organising it Chris, it was very enjoyable:

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  1. This interested me very much. I was aware of Albert Ellis’ claim that he was influenced by his own reading of the stoics in developing the first form of CBT, some fifty years ago, but, although I guess it ought to be a natural progression, I never really thought people/scholars would develop the connection between the two the way this conference obviously has.

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