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Person-Centered Techniques put You Back in Control of Your Destiny
Metapsychology is the science of human nature and experience as viewed by you–the one who experiences–from the inside out, not by an outside “expert” trying to look in. The methods of “Applied Metapsychology” recognize you as the authority at the center of your world of experience, and provide tools to enable you to improve personal relationships, increase personal power, and fashion your world into the loving, fascinating, and fulfilling place you always wanted it to be.
Readers of this book will learn…
- The principles and methodology of Applied Metapsychology, a truly effective method for understanding yourself, your own mind, and your world of experience.
- The principles of Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR), a technique for resolving the traumatic incidents that build upon each other to produce a network of distress that can lead to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) .
- Specific other techniques to help you address the issues which concern you most–relationships, job satisfaction, and unwanted emotions such as grief and anger.
- A systematic method of case-planning for designing coherent and effective strategies for achieving these ends in a relatively short period of time.
Acclaim for Beyond Psychology
“Beyond Psychology deserves to be widely known, studied and applied. A new synthesis is now possible.”
— Lewis H. Gann, Ph.D., Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution, Stanford University
“Metapsychology represents a new and effective way of ‘viewing’ ourselves, our worlds, and our relationships with each other.”
— Jerry S. Davis, Ed.D., Vice President for Research, Lumina Foundation for Education (retired)
“Not in 30+ years of clinical practice have I found a more straight-to-the-core and consistently successful approach.”
— Robert H. Moore, Ph.D., former Director Institute for Rational-Emotive Therapy Clearwater, Florida
“Stimulating and helpful… especially the section on Traumatic Incident Reduction… will contribute a great deal to change for the better.”
— Robert A Harper, Ph.D., Book Review Editor Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive-Behavior Therapy
For more information please visit www.TIRBook.com
From Applied Metapsychology International Press
PSY045020 Psychology : Movements – Humanism
PSY022040 Psychology : Psychopathology – Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
SEL031000 Self-Help : Personal Growth
Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR) is a brief, person-centered therapy for resolving symptoms of traumatic stress (acute and chronic) including Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). TIR facilitators around the world engage with diverse populations including crime victims, domestic violence survivors, children, natural disaster survivors, accident victims, and combat veterans.
These practitioners include psychologists, social workers, ministers, domestic violence counsellors, and lay practitioners who work in various settings such as hospital clinics, private practices, shelters, victim services agencies, and disaster sites.