WHAT IS THE HISTORY OF SELECTIVE AWARENESS THERAPY?

SENIOR ACCREDITED PSYCHOTHERAPIST / COUNSELLOR -Dr.Fawzy Masaoud-LONDON, ENGLAND

Dr. Peter Mutke became aware of the need for a new approach to medical and psychological problems during his career as a physician and surgeon.He was fascinated by the variety of different ways in which people react to illness or injury, and he noticed that patients’ belief systems and mental attitudes seemed to be powerful factors influencing survival and speed of recovery. In his search for a tool  that could utilize these powerful factors, Dr.Mutke turned to Hypnotherapy, which he used, for a time, with great success. However, he was troubled by the numerous misconceptions and expectations associated  with hypnosis, especially the client’s expectation of  being  passively controlled. So, Dr. Mutke began to develop a new approach that would  have  the  advantage of neutral expectations. Based on sound principles of  psychophysiology, S.A.T. combined positive aspects of hypnosis —  such as deep relaxation, access to amnestic material, and use of  creative…

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