Why Ayn Rand's concept of self-esteem is unreasonable with Dr Michael Edelstein
In Economics Explored Episode 103, Dr Michael Edelstein explains why Ayn Rand’s concept of self-esteem is unreasonable and unhelpful. Program host Gene Tunny asks Michael to explain his Three Minute Therapy approach, which is solidly based in Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT). Michael R. Edelstein, Ph.D., has an in-person and telephone therapy practice in San Francisco. He is the author of Three Minute Therapy, a self-help book for overcoming common emotional and behavioral problems, for which he has been awarded Author of the Year. The book was a Quality Paperback Book Club/Book-of-the-Month Club Selection, a Behavioral Sciences Book Service Book Club Selection, and an Albert Ellis Institute Selection. His 2009 book, Stage Fright, includes interviews with Robin Williams, Jason Alexander, Melissa Etheridge, Maya Angelou, and others, relating their personal experiences and wisdom in coping with performance anxiety.Links relevant to the conversation:Michael’s website - http://threeminutetherapy.com/Michael Edelstein - Why Ayn Rand's Self Esteem is Unreasonable [Capitalism & Morality Seminar 2015] - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pMHFGfVnZQ0‘Fountainhead’ a good read beneath the controversy http://brandeishoot.com/2012/01/27/fountainhead-a-good-read-beneath-the-controversy/William F. Buckley Jr. speaks with Charlie Rose about Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged - https://youtu.be/5KmPLkiqnO8
Anarchast #553 (April 22, 2021: Ayn Rand Wrong About Self-Esteem? with Michael Edelstein)
Heartland Newsfeed Podcast Network
Returning to Anarchast today we have the pleasure of speaking with clinical psychologist Michael Edelstein who holds that Ayn Rand was wrong in her conception of self-esteem.Supporters Link: https://Disenthrall.me/supportPodcast network rebroadcast from April 22, 2021 on the Heartland Newsfeed Podcast Network, online at heartlandnewsfeed.com, Spreaker and other platforms.Listen Live: https://www.heartlandnewsfeed.com/listenliveFollow us on social mediaFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/hlnfradionetworkTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/HLNF_BulletinInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/heartlandnewsfeedMastadon: https://liberdon.com/@heartlandnewsfeedDiscord: https://discord.gg/6b6u6DTSupport us with your financial supportStreamlabs: https://streamlabs.com/heartlandmediaPayPal: https://www.paypal.me/heartlandmediaSquare Cash: https://cash.app/$heartlandnewsfeedPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/heartlandnewsfeedCrypto via 1UpCoin: https://1upcoin.com/donate/heartlandmedia
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'Three Minute Therapy,' co-authored by Michael R. Edelstein: https://www.amazon.com/Three-Minute-Therapy-Michael-Edelstein/dp/0359071937/ Edelstein's website: http://threeminutetherapy.com/ See more 'Cotto/Gottfried episodes here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-Pa5w_YWKYQPq-9Haak9gg 'Cotto/Gottfried' on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/podcast/id1494171864 Check out other podcasting platforms featuring 'Cotto/Gottfried': https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HrQbk0TjMfY San Francisco Review of Books main page: http://www.sanfranciscoreviewofbooks.com/
BONUS EPISODE: "Three Minute Therapy": Dr. Michael Edelstein and Dr. David Ramsay Steele
The Social Exchange
Today's guests are Dr. Michael Edelstein and Dr. David Ramsay Steele-- co authors of the book, Three Minute Therapy Three Minute Therapy is based on the pioneering writings and therapy practice of Dr. Albert Ellis, father of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT), Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), and Cognitive Therapy (CT). The book shows you how to be your own therapist. Master simple yet powerful tools for overcoming worry, social anxiety, stress, depression, addictions, fears, phobias, anger, procrastination, panic attacks and relationship problems. Make lasting changes in the way you think, feel and act. Zach asks the authors about the benefits of this method (as well as limitations) compared to other philosophies and modes of therapy in existence. Enjoy your early access! More About the Authors and Their Work Three Minute Therapy Web Site "REBT Advocates" YouTube Channel Books by David Ramsay Steele
Ep. 4 Dr. Michael Edelstein and the "Rothbard" of Clinical Psychology
We have an open and delightful conversation with clinical psychologist, Dr. Michael Edelstein. We discussed Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) and contrasted it with more mainstream approaches. Dr. Edelstein talks about the impact of special interests on the practice of clinical psychology and what conversations with his (non-libertarian) go. We also talk about two major influences in his life - Albert Ellis and Walter Block.
352. The Great Self-Esteem Debate! Judd Weiss vs. Dr. Michael Edelstein
Lions of Liberty
In today's episode Marc welcomes back two past guests for a debate on the concept of self-esteem, as Judd Weiss squares off with Dr. Michael Edelstein! Judd takes the position that the concept of self-esteem is vital for facing life's challenges and growing as a person, while Dr. Edelstein has long been a critic of the concept. Enjoy this deep dive into the concept, as Marc and crew prepare to head to PorcFest!
317. Self-Esteem and Libertarian Burnout with Dr. Michael Edelstein
Lions of Liberty
In today’s show, we take a slightly different path away from libertarian philosophy and politics and welcome in clinical psychologist and speaker Dr. Michael Edelstein. Dr. Edelstein starts off by explaining how he became interested in clinical psychology and how that eventually led him to meet Walter Block and - after several years of debate - to him becoming a libertarian. Dr. Edestein then explains his view on self-esteem, and why he is critical of its promotion specifically by Nathaniel Branden and Ayn Rand. Marc and Michael then discuss the concept of “libertaran burnout” and how passionate libertarians can adjust their expectations in order to avoid this common phenomenon. For show notes head to LionsOfLiberty.com/317
457: Define Self-Esteem (With Wes Bertrand and Dr. Michael Edelstein)
School Sucks: Higher Education For Self-Liberation
Reviving the Branden/Edelstein Self-Esteem Debate: Wes and I are joined by Dr. Michael R. Edelstein, an outspoken long-time critic of the concept of self-esteem and self-esteem movements in psychology. One of our goals for this conversation is to persuade Dr. Edelstein to revise or perhaps even remove criticisms of Nathaniel Branden's work from his otherwise valid critique of the self-esteem movement.Important Background Links:1) The Trouble With Self-Esteem, by Michael R. Edelstein - http://genteman.org/edelstein.html2) What Self-Esteem Is and Is Not, by Nathaniel Branden - http://www.nathanielbranden.com/what-self-esteem-is-and-is-notAn interesting exchange from a Q&A at the Capitalism and Morality Conference - https://youtu.be/pMHFGfVnZQ0?t=45m10s3) The Edelstein/Branden Email Exchange 2000-2001 - http://genteman.org/self.esteem.html4) Q&A From Michael Edelstein's Talk, "Why Ayn Rand's Self Esteem is Unreasonable" From the Capitalism and Morality Conference - https://youtu.be/pMHFGfVnZQ0?t=45m10sLook Closer:Dr. Edelstein's Website - http://threeminutetherapy.com/Wes Bertrand's Website - http://completeliberty.com/Wes Bertrand's Counseling Site - http://happinesscounseling.com/Related School Sucks Links:[BONUS] Self-Esteem Is A Scam? – Wes and Brett Respond[SERIES] The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem[SERIES] The Seventh Pillar of Self-Esteem[BONUS] Episode 457 Aftershow, With Wes Bertrand[PATREON VERSION] 457: Define Self-Esteem + AftershowPlease Support School SucksOur Amazon Wish ListDonate With BitcoinOr Join the A/V ClubSupport Us On PatreonShop With Us At AmazonYour continued support keeps the show going and growing, which keeps us at the top of the options for education podcasts and leads to new people discovering this message. This subscription also grants you access to the A/V Club, a bonus content section with 200+ hours of exclusive audio and video. If you are a regular consumer of our media, please consider making a monthly commitment by selecting the best option for you...A/V Club - Basic Access - $8.00/MonthAP Club - "Advanced" Access - $12.00/MonthSigma Sigma Pi - Full Access - $16.00/Month