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  • CUTV News Radio spotlights Charlotte Cassidy of Psych and the City

    in Psychology

    Milton, ON – Your life is a reflection of your beliefs, and your beliefs, usually subconscious, are the cumulative effect of life-long “programming.” Subconscious beliefs have far reaching consequences, both positive and negative. Unless changes are made at the subconscious, level repeating undesired reactions and behaviors will likely continue.
    Charlotte Cassidy is a registered psychotherapist and the founder of Psych and the City. Like the HBO show from which Psych and the City gets its name, Charlotte says success for her clients is ultimately about helping them get out of their own way.
    “I define my client population as ‘the worried well,’” says Charlotte. “My focus is always on wellness, building capacity and resiliency, not illness.”
    Charlotte received her Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from the Adler School of Professional Psychology in Chicago.
    “I’m looking at a person’s lifestyle and how they function in all of their relationships: friends, family, work, money, but most importantly themselves,” says Charlotte. “I mix Western psychology theories with Eastern energy techniques to make more of a connection between mind, body and spirit in my practice, and I think that can be a big leap for a lot of psychotherapists trained in only western traditions.”
    Energy Psychology techniques provide a variety of safe and effective ways to "rewrite the software of the mind" by changing beliefs that limit, into beliefs that support you.
    “The integration of western and eastern practices and techniques are helping clients move forward quickly and make significant changes in their lives.”
    For more information on Psych and the City, visit http://www.psychandthecity.co

  • ERVIN LASZLO - interview "The Immortal Mind - Science & the Continuit of Conscio

    in Psychology

    Ervin Laszlo is a systems scientist, integral theorist, and classical pianist. Twice nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, he is the founder and president of the international think tank the Club of Budapest as well as the Ervin Laszlo Center for Advanced Study. He lives in Tuscany.