Monthly Archives: February 2015
The description of a lucid dream experienced by Sarah L. Young.
GRATITUDE VISIT PROCESS NOTE
Notes about Ms. Judy M’s immediate reaction to the gratitude letter and the gratitude visit, and the effect of positive psychology on her perception of herself.
GRATITUDE LETTER TO JUDY
This is an example of a Gratitude Letter, a Coaching Toward Happiness intervention. It is a personal letter written to Ms. Judy M as an expression of gratitude for her role as a friend and colleague, as well as her … Continue reading
TURNING POINTS IN THERAPEUTIC CONVERSATIONS
These are technical notes to describe what is happening in a key training DVD featuring “Kim”, a client doing a demonstration 50-minute consultation interview with Dr. Young in front of a live audience of 200 mental health professionals in Cochrane, … Continue reading
THE PRESENTING CONTEXT FOR COUPLE TREATMENT: SOME GUIDELINES FOR ENGAGEMENT AND BOUNDARY MANAGEMENT
This article proposes that several guidelines can be helpful in engaging and managing boundaries when interviewing couples. Also, preliminary strategies can be matched effectively with the presenting configuration as couples come to marital therapy. There are a variety of contexts, … Continue reading
PROGRAM FOR DESENSITIZATION OF A FLYING PHOBIA
This program outlines the steps towards treating a flying phobia through desensitization.
SCRIPT FOR DEVELOPING PERSONAL CREATIVITY
Described is the “Developing Creativity” program, including descriptions of how to use the alpha, beta, and theta mind states to open the mind to creative problem solving by releasing the restraints of rigid rules and boundaries. Through the use of … Continue reading
LUCID DREAMING MADE EASY CD
Liner notes for the CD and MP3 program, Lucid Dreaming Made Easy
IN-PSYCH FOR SPORTS: IMPRINTING THE IDEAL PERFORMANCE STATE
Use all your senses in imaging the Ideal Performance State. Learn how to deal with competition anxiety, to recover from setbacks, to park distractions and refocus on your game plan for high performance and achievement.
This article describes a CD and mp3 program designed to allow the mind to each a state of near sleep that will unlock a greater freedom of thought and creativity, allowing the user to synthesize resolutions to problems and questions.