The Institute for Family Psychology: Helping
Control of Your Mental Health
The Institute for Family Psychology was formed in 1983 to provide psychotherapy and education for individuals, couples, families, and groups seeking a better path toward mental wellness without the aid of prescribed medication. We help you and those you care about develop the mental tools to deal with negative internal and external influences and achieve a healthy, productive mindset. The institute also offers supervision for mental health clinicians and consultation to organizations, churches, and businesses.
by Apr. 1 $350.00 by Mar. 15 $325.00 by Feb. 15 $295.00
This groundbreaking book presents a cutting edge approach to the field of psychotherapy. It incorporates the latest neuroscience research and demonstrates how readers can learn to regulate their state of mind to manage emotions and behaviors. Using integrative principles from hypnosis, biofeedback, meditation, systems and attachment theories, therapists learn how to help their clients use resourceful mind states to reduce stress and achieve personal mastery.
People can overcome anxiety, depression, and low performance without major archeological digs into their history. This workshop will expand your awareness and skills needed to succeed in any endeavor. With these new 7 brain change tools, your therapy, coaching, and relationships with self and others can activate the optimal mind state.
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