● Developed in Australia
Two Australian therapists, working independently and initially unknown to each other, developed the basic concepts of P.S.H. as it is known today. The late Francis (Frank) J. Wright (author: Emotional Healing - P.S.H. a new therapy for the new millennium), and Gregory L. Brice, (author: Healing Your Feelings - with the help of P.S.H. therapy) had both practised traditional subconscious-mind therapy methods for many years. They found these old fashioned methods lacking in consistent, genuine, lasting results. Although many of their clients succeeded in making complete and permanent change, the percentage was not high enough to justify the continued use of those techniques.
During this time, through a process of cautious, independent and systematic development of the methods and techniques being used, both therapists were able to help a greater number of people obtain the permanent changes they sought.
● Clinical Development and Early Training
In 1989 these two therapists combined their understandings and techniques. Following further refinement and changes, (all developed in the clinical setting), the new therapy model was introduced to other practitioners in 1990. Experienced therapists were taught the new approach during a series of weekend workshops. Further fine-tuning took place as training continued and by 1994 the method had evolved so far beyond traditional techniques, it was re-named Private Subconscious-mind Healing (P.S.H.) to better reflect the nature of the model.
At that time, the structure of the training program was changed to include students with no prior knowledge or experience. The original workshop format was expanded to cover a much wider range of common issues and re-designed to satisfy the requirements of a complete, vocational training program. Since then, P.S.H. is being successfully practised by a growing number of therapists throughout Australia. The clinical results are closely and independently monitored and continue to clearly show an extraordinary level of efficiency; not only in terms of the number of people helped, but also in the percentage of permanent, positive results gained by those clients. Added to this, most clients only require between one and three sessions of help to gain the success they seek.
● Gentle, Private and Recommended by Clients
Clients are not subjected to the probing and analysis inherent in many traditional methods and they do not have to suffer the emotional trauma so common to various forms of analytical and other common approaches. Therapy is much quicker and more comfortable, making clients more inclined to happily recommend P.S.H. to their friends and other family members.
The Principal trainer's practice has supported itself exclusively by client referral since 1984.
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