Items Tagged ‘Emanuel Maidenberg’

Alternative Facts: Why provable falsehoods stick

June 28, 2017

Alternative Facts: Why provable falsehoods stick

By uclahealth uclahealth

Fake news or fact? In today’s world, the difference may be in the eye of the beholder, says Emanuel Maidenberg,  a clinical professor of psychiatry and biobehavioral sciences at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA and the director of the UCLA Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Clinic. In a recent article, Maidenberg posits that we believe what […]

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Tags: Emanuel Maidenberg, mental health, psychiatry/psychology


Start your new year with a resolution worthy of a health pro

December 29, 2016

Start your new year with a resolution worthy of a health pro

By Ryan Hatoum Ryan Hatoum

    This time of year, your average ate-too-many-holiday-cookies Joes and Janes aren’t the only ones making resolutions to improve their health. Health professionals make resolutions for the new year, too. We asked UCLA Health doctors, nurses, dietitians, and other experts about their goals for 2017. At the top of their lists were resolutions about […]

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Tags: Dana Hunnes, diet, dieting, dietitian, dietitians, diets, Dr Andrew Goldstein, Dr Aurelia Nattiv, Dr Edmond Hewlett, Dr Gregory Henderson, Dr H Albin Gritsch, Dr Hans A Gritsch


Keeping your cool when political passions run hot

August 30, 2016

Keeping your cool when political passions run hot

By Ryan Hatoum Ryan Hatoum

A volatile and contentious presidential election campaign has left many people feeling disheartened, frustrated, and even hostile. Our reactions to the presidential contest – and many issues in general – have become so polarized that attempts at discussion can quickly turn into confrontations. These conflicts can negatively impact both our emotional health and social relationships. […]

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Tags: Emanuel Maidenberg, mental health, psychiatry/psychology, relationships, social interactions