My work as a psychologist revolves around a number of key assumptions that are grounded in modern neuroscience and also rooted in the time-honored discoveries of the world's great wisdom traditions. This knowledge base has guided the therapy work I do, my teaching/training activities, and my personal life, as well.
My Four Key Assumptions -
1. Change is inevitable 2. Symptoms arise in response to efforts to cope with change 3. Learning about the brain helps expand the mind 4. When people apply a focused mind to life's problems, they become more resilient and better able to "survive and thrive" in life.
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