Psychology Has It Backwards

Episode 81: What if “Being Happy” Was the True Goal of Therapy?

The common view of therapy is that people with problems seek therapy to get help solving their problems.  Three Principles practitioners are unique in that the goal of our work is not solving particular problems or helping clients get over them, but rather, finding happiness and peace of mind regardless of external circumstances.  We assist clients to find their innate resilience and power to address any life situation.  The Principles elicit understanding of states of mind/levels of consciousness in our lives, and explain why and how our life looks different to us as we become aware of that.  When clients learn to trust quiet moments of wisdom, they see how to navigate the ups and downs of life.

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