Dr. Doug Lisle on Body Dysmorphia, Insomnia, Weight Loss Plateaus & Being Disgusted with Your Looks #weightloss Weight Loss
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Dr. Douglas J. Lisle, Ph.D.is the co-author of The Pleasure Trap available here:
Dr. Doug Lisle is an evolutionary psychologist and co-author of The Pleasure Trap: Mastering the Hidden Force that Undermines Health and Happiness. He and his colleagues (Jennifer Howk and Richard Seidel) have developed a revolutionary method for approaching life challenges and improving self-confidence and self-esteem. They describe their approach as Esteem Dynamics — an approach with clinical insights derived from evolutionary psychology.
Central figures having major influence on the development of Esteem Dynamics include Richard Dawkins, John Tooby and Leda Cosmides, David Buss, Robert Trivers, Steven Pinker, and Geoffrey Miller. All of these individuals are considered world-leading theorists in evolutionary theory and human psychology. Somewhat surprisingly, insights from these trailblazers has yet to reach mainstream clinical psychology, and thus major advances stemming from some of the world’s greatest thinkers have yet to be systematically applied to problems of helping people improve their lives. Esteem Dynamics is the first such effort, and weds Dr. Lisle’s 30-years of clinical experience to the deep insights into human nature only recently available via evolutionary psychology.
Dr. Lisle received his undergraduate education from the University of California, San Diego. He completed his Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at the University of Virginia, and was then appointed Lecturer in Psychology at Stanford University. His research and clinical interests include health and wellness, self-esteem, relationship satisfaction, the treatment of anxiety and depression, the genetics of individual differences, and optimizing achievement motivation. In addition to his work with Esteem Dynamics, Dr. Lisle lectures widely on health and wellness.
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2 thoughts on “Dr. Doug Lisle on Body Dysmorphia, Insomnia, Weight Loss Plateaus & Being Disgusted with Your Looks Weight Loss”
Really enjoy the first question. 11 years, not much change from mine. I’ll try to adopt this new nudging attitude
We are all a little ocd about appearance in the modern world. I agree with this so much. Television/movie/fashion models (unattainable beauty standards) don’t help. Being in competition with others all the time doesn’t help either