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Posted 1st December 2013 at 02:07 PM by tobyjensen

I spent a long time developing the exact steps to core level change.

I had to investigate several ideals and theologies – I had to figure out how all psychology, personal development, religion, spirituality, culture, history, and science work together. I had to understand it all together to finish it.

Here's a list of some of the things I've studied:

Therapy – psychology: evaluation of itself - There is no cure.
Receiving insight for change
Bickering over methodology
Different Types of Popular Therapies:
Person centered therapy – Carl Rogers
DBT – Dialectical behavior therapy
Integrative psychotherapy
see also a different Integral Therapy by Ken Wilber
Multimodal therapy
Carl Jung
Schema Therapy
CBT – Cognitive behavioral therapy
Behavior therapy
Cognitive therapy
Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy – Albert Ellis
Criticized the widespread belief that CBT is more effective
Sandtray Therapy
Milton H. Erickson
Gestalt therapy
Phenomenological method
Dialogical relationship
Field-theoretical strategies
Experimental freedom
Existential therapy
Aversion therapy and the opposite: motivating with pleasure and no pain

Being aware - also called "mindfulness"

Crucial Conversations
Positive thinking, affirmations (positive psychology)
Pump you up & flip (the whole field of personal development)
Gratitude (forcing beliefs)
12 Step programs (Alcoholics Anonymous)
Rehab centers: The Alcoholism & Addiction Cure: A Holistic Approach to Total Recovery
Byron Katie
Let it go (let it be): The Sedona Method
NLP (neuro-linguistic programming)
Duplicate yourself
Experiential trainings
Pump you up & flip (the whole field of personal development)
Make more mistakes in life
Rock bottom

Toby Jensen
Master Life Coach
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