Insight on Demand

July 30, 2018 by  
Filed under Ericksonian Therapy, General

Although I do not consider insight to be the most important component in therapy, it can be very helpful when it occurs. I conduct therapy from a problem-solving perspective, which is based on the assumption that people will live happier more fulfilled lives when they are able to function as capable problem solvers. If you […]

Use-Oriented Thinking

August 9, 2013 by  
Filed under Ericksonian Therapy

There is a type of thinking that is so deeply ingrained within Western culture that it seems the only way to think. In science-based education we are taught to advance toward defined outcomes by means of goal-oriented thinking.  This type of thinking is a skill that enables us to improve our circumstances by setting goals, […]

New Book on Classical Adlerian Subscription Site

A complete online version of Alexander Mueller’s “You Shall be a Blessing: Main Traits of a Religious Humanism,” is now available at the Classical Adlerian Subscription Site. Mueller’s book presents his thoughts on the deeper philosophical and spiritual aspects of social interest, the roots of which are seen in connection to man’s relationship with creation. […]