Metapsychology, as developed by Frank A. Gerbode, MD, is a subject rich in philosophy and practical application. Much of Applied Metapsychology makes use of one-on-one session work to achieve the individual's personal goals - from relieving past pain to living more fully to expanding consciousness.
Life Skills: Improve the Quality of Your Life with Metapsychology, highlights key factors from the subject and illuminates the ways that these factors can be used on a daily basis for improved quality of life, as an individual, in relationships, and in the wider world.
Learn handy and usually quite fast techniques to assist another person after a shock, injury or other distress
Learn simple methods for expanding your awareness on a daily basis
Gain a deeper understanding of relationship and how to strengthen and nurture any relationship
Learn the components of successful communication, what causes communication to break down, and how to repair breakdowns
Gain vital keys to understanding those behaviors of other people that have previously been inexplicable to you
Gain the ability to more accurately predict certain patterns of human behavior, and to be more effective in dealing with the negative ones
Learn an effective tool for making important life decisions
Explore human potential
Praise for Life Skills
A concise, eminently-readable, empathic, joy-filled, hands-on text. Life Skills is a must for therapists and their clients." -- Sam Vaknin, Ph.D., author of "Malignant Self Love - Narcissism Revisited"
"A serious, impressive, and thoughtful work with one objective in mind: teaching how to reach one's full potential."-- James W. Clifton, M.S., Ph.D., LCSW
"If you take the trouble to do the exercises the way the author suggests, they will change your life." -- Robert Rich, M.Sc., Ph.D., M.A.P.S., A.A.S.H
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