The .’s call for a “data revolution” to bring about a radical transformation can be seen in several policy initiatives put forth by the Obama administration, from open borders to free Obamaphones (a great source of data collection), to Common Core and its obsession with mining data on student attitudes and beliefs, to the Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing plan in which cities and counties receiving block grants will be required to build low-rent housing in the middle of affluent suburbs. The local governments will be held to account through new data-collection programs and face lawsuits or even the rewriting of their zoning laws if they do not comply with the new housing quotas.
Third, it is not at all dangerous to see your symptoms of depression and anxiety disappear in a single session, in my opinion. This is, of course, not always possible, but it is often possible using the new TEAM-CBT that i have developed. However, there is no such thing as permanent, irreversible happiness! And even if there were such a thing, I’m not convinced it would be desirable. So once a person has had a dramatic change in mood, Relapse Prevention Training (RPT) is incredibly important. If you haven’t listened to the Feeling Good Podcasts on RPT, you want find it interesting. Also, the last chapter of my book, When Panic Attacks, describes RPT.