Procrastination & Public Speaking Anxiety
Walter Block, Ph.D., is a well-known economist and is the Harold E. Wirth Eminent Scholar Chair in Economics; Professor of Economics at Loyola University in New Orleans. He once went for REBT therapy from Dr. Albert Ellis as he suffered from anxiety. As a result of anxiety, he procrastinated when writing papers, an essential career task of an academic, and avoided public speaking. In the below interview, he discusses what it was like to be a client of REBT therapy. Anyone who is considering REBT therapy may find this interview helpful. REBT is a problem-focused, problem-solving, goal-oriented educational approach to change. Whether your problem is anxiety, depression, anger, or shame, REBT will teach you how to think and act to overcome your emotional problem. Likewise, with behavioral problems like substance misuse, obesity, and procrastination, REBT will help you change your thinking, which gives rise to your self-defeating. Listen to the famous economist speak about his experience in REBT therapy.