A Theory and Treatment of Your Personality

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eBookIt.com, Mar 20, 2014 - Psychology - 488 pages
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The Process Healing Method
If you ever wanted to understand the development and operation of the personality, The Theory and Treatment of Your Personality: A manual for change is a book for you. It's ahead of its time because it redefines many psychological terms to simplify understanding the development and operation of the personality.
By using what appears to be a natural development of personality dynamics from conception to adulthood, concepts such as memory, subconscious, unconscious, dissociation, trauma, personality parts, and repression are brought alive in a meaningful way. Because this is a memory-based model, the unfolding of behavior and the development of the personality is easy to understand. Memory based symptoms such as phobias, anger, anxiety, confusion, depression, and auditory and sensory intrusions are easy to identify and treat.
By reading the book, you will learn to communicate with your subconscious using unique finger responses. While this is not always easy, examples of dialogue are given to resolve any barrier that is preventing communication with the subconscious or the treatment of an issue. When all aspects of your personality are on a treatment team and with the team's approval, your subconscious will be taught a method to treat any problematic issue you have. Your subconscious then becomes both the healing agent and an ally to help you to problem-solve difficult issues. Timesaving treatment interventions, as well as examples of problem-solving strategies, are given to help you meet your treatment objectives. This experimental treatment method is usually very effective for treating dissociative identify disorders
This self-help book teaches a powerful, safe, respectful, painless, self-help treatment method. It is presented in a format suitable for both the interested reader and professionals. Owning and reading this book could make a difference in your life.
 

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Contents

Preface
The Discovery of the Process Healing
An Introduction to the Process Healing
Teaching the Process Healing Method
General Information and Basic Treatment
interventions
How the Memory and Brain Work
The Difference Between the Personality and
Problemsolving
Expanding the Method
Summary
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Garry A. Flint was educated at Indiana University and received a doctoral degree in experimental psychology specializing in learning (1968). For six years he worked with abused teens in Ukiah, California eventually becoming a staff psychologist at the county mental outpatient clinic. Here he continued to work with abused children and adults. It was at this time that he began to search for treatment techniques that worked faster than Behavior Modification. This included extensive training in hypnosis and Neurolinguistic Programming. Eventually, he became the program manager of a psychiatric health facility where he was able to work with severely disturbed persons. In private practice (1987 ndash;), he was further trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, Thought Field Therapy, Tapas Acupressure Technique, and, later, Emotional Freedom Techniques. Shortly before he moved to Canada, he found that the subconscious could treat emotional issues internally. The subconscious learned the treatment method. He developed a theory of the personality that explained mental issues as memory structures. It turned out that the subconscious could be an ally in problem-solving issues and as well as treating them. This permitted the direct and painless treatment of beliefs, emotions, painful history, and emotional or auditory intrusions. Flint current resides in Vernon, British Columbia where he is a practicing clinical psychologist. He has previously published three books entitled "Emotional Freedom: Techniques for dealing with emotional and physical distress," "A Theory and Treatment of Your Personality: A manual for change" and is a co-author of a third book with Jo C. Willems entitled "A Healing Legend: Wisdom From the Four Directions." His forth book in preparation will be entitled "Healing Your Mind and Soul: A view from the hidden reality.

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