Gracias a “Pancho” Oyarbide

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Prudencio Oyarbide

Prudencio Oyarbide is an experienced bilingual –bicultural psychotherapist with more than 35 years of clinical experience in the Madison and Dane County area. For the past 25 years he has been the manager of Outpatient Clinical Services at Journey Mental Health Center in Madison, Wisconsin. Additionally, he is the founder and former coordinator of the Latino Clinic also at Journey Mental Health Center in Madison where he provided counseling and psychiatric services to the Spanish speaking community. He brings experience in cognitive-behavioral therapy following in the footsteps of the great masters such as Aaron Beck and Martin Seligman. He has training in brief therapy and uses explanatory style therapy to uncover automatic negative thoughts to daily events as a way to challenge and correct those that are self-defeating and often lead to depression, anxiety, fear, and stress. As a former Catholic priest and graduate of philosophical, theological and sociological perspectives in his educational background Mr. Oyarbide has developed special insight into religious and ethical issues and problems faced in our daily lives.

El Señor Prudencio Oyarbide, quien es un psicoterapeuta experimentado – bilingüe y bicultural con más de 35 años de experiencia clínica en el área de Madison y el Condado de Dane. Durante los últimos 25 años ha estado a cargo de los servicios clínicos para pacientes externos en “Journey,” Centro de Salud Mental en Madison, Wisconsin. Además, es el fundador y ex coordinador de la clínica Latina de “Journey” en  Madison, donde prestó servicios de consejería psicológica y psiquiatría a la comunidad de habla hispana. “Pancho” como es cariñosamente conocido en la comunidad Latina de Madison, tiene experiencia en terapia cognitiva-conductual, siguiendo los pasos de grandes maestros como Aaron Beck y Martin Seligman. Tiene formación en terapia breve y  usa terapia estilo explicativo para descubrir los pensamientos automáticos negativos relacionados con acontecimientos cotidianos, como una forma de desafiar y corregir aquellos que son contraproducentes y que a menudo conducen a la depresión, ansiedad, temor y tensión. Como ex sacerdote católico y  graduado en perspectivas filosóficas, teológicas y sociológicas en su historial educativo. El  Sr. Oyarbide ha desarrollado un talento muy especial en temas éticos y religiosos y en los problemas que se plantean en nuestra vida cotidiana.

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In The Optimistic Child, Dr. Martin E. P. Seligman offers parents, teachers, and coaches a well-validated program to prevent depression in children. In a thirty-year study, Seligman and his colleagues discovered the link between pessimism — dwelling on the most catastrophic cause of any setback — and depression. Seligman shows adults how to teach children the skills of optimism that can help them combat depression, achieve more on the playing field and at school, and improve their physical health.

As Seligman states in his new afterword for this edition, “Teaching children optimism is more, I realized, than just correcting pessimism . . . It is the creation of a positive strength, a sunny but solid future-mindedness that can be deployed throughout life — not only to fight depression and to come back from failure, but also to be the foundation of success and vitality.”

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