Dr Norman Farb seminar, Oxford Mindfulness Centre
Dr. Norman Farb | 1:09:00
Thank you so much for having me, and thank you so much for coming. I'll try to make it worth your time. And I'm going to play with being open to giving you very fresh data.
So I'm going to maybe briefly review things, but I'm talking mostly today about work that we're just about sort of in the middle to late stages of analyzing and beginning to write up. So if it seems like I'm somewhat underprepared, it's because this is still a work in progress.
And as such, I don't know if I'm going to do my best to leave some time at the end for your feedback and questions and what you found compelling and what you want to pick up. Because that will be actually very helpful for myself and my cadre, as we really try to crystallize what the story is here.
So this talk is just the beginning. And this is really a story about what happens after people achieve remission from depression, right? And so they've gone through some treatment. This isn't necessarily just spontaneous remission. And now what sort of happens to them? And how can we understand what differentiates different outcomes for people after they are met with depression?