Self-Psychology is a course that will help you overcome your fears, angers, regrets, sadness, neediness, shyness, confusion, doubts, and anything else that is holding you back and preventing you from being all you can be.
Self-Psychology is like no other course, designed according to time-tested principles and written by a well-known, licensed and trained New York psychoanalyst. It helps you know yourself, solve your relationship and career issues, and actualize your potentials.
Self-Psychology is a method to help you get control of impulses, compulsions and bad habits by helping you to understand the roots of these things.
Self-Psychology is a program of exercises that you can do in the privacy of your own home. Like anything else, the more you put into it, the more you will get out of it.
What is this course about? Know yourself better. Deal with stress. Explore your issues. Overcome emotional blocks and destructive habits. Find inner peace.
Who is teaching this course. What are his qualifications? How long has he practiced psychoanalysis in New York? How many books has he written? How many ,movies has he produced? Where can you find reviews of him?
Exercise 1: What do you want?
Exercise 2: What do you feel?
Exercise 3: What do you fear?
Exercise 4: What are you angry about?
Exercise 5: What are you stressed about?
Exercise 6: What don't you want to know?
Exercise 1: Look at your flaws.
Exercise 2: Look at your body image.
Exercise 3: Are you open-minded?
Exercise 4: How honest are you?
Exercise 5: How tolerant are you?
Exercise 6: How nice are you?
Exercise 1: Get a dream diary.
Exercise 2: How to interpret dreams.
Exercise 3: How to Interpret dreams II
Exercise 4: Interpret your dreams.
Exercise 5: Discover your unconscious.
Exercise 6: Let your dreams guide you.
Exercise 1: Become aware of your stress.
Exercise 2: Meditate.
Exercise 3: Stop unhealthy habits.
Exercise 4. Channel your feelings.
Exercise 5: Vent your anger.
Exercise 6: Forgive.
Exercise 1: Understand your relationships.
Exercise 2: Trust your relationships.
Exercise 3: Empathize with others.
Exercise 4: Empathize with yourself.
Exercise 5. Enjoy physical intimacy.
Exercise 6. Express love.
Exercise 1: What is your issue?
Exercise 2: What caused it?
Exercise 3: What triggers it?
Exercise 4: How does it affect your life?
Exercise 5: Working through your issue.
Exercise 6: Monitoring it.
Exercise 1: Avoid acting out anger.
Exercise 2: Express constructive anger.
Exercise 3: How body language works.
Exercise 4: How body language works II.
Exercise 5: Listen in an active way.
Exercise 6: Negotiate instead of arguing.
Exercise 1: Be honest.
Exercise 2: Allow honesty.
Exercise 3. Set boundaries.
Exercise 4: Be assertive, not aggressive.
Exercise 5: Be intimate..
Exercise 6: Be committed..
Exercise 1: What makes you happy?
Exercise 2: What Stops you?
Exercise 3: Consider the pros and cons.
Exercise 4: Plan it.
Exercise 5: Execute it.
Exercise 6: Make it work.
Exercise 1: Practice expressing feelings.
Exercise 2: Practice setting boundaries.
Exercise 3: Practice self-assertion.
Exercise 4: Practice handling your issues.
Exercise 5: Practice active listening.
Exercise 6: Practice dealing with stress.
A Final Note
Gerald Schoenewolf, Ph.D. is a licensed psychoanalyst in New York and has been practicing for over 37 years. He specializes in treating people in the arts or professions, but has also worked with adults of all varieties as well as adolescents and couples. He has graduated from three psychotherapy institutes and received a Certificate in Psychoanalysis from the Washington Square Institute in 1981. He has authored 13 books on psychoanalysis and psychotherapy. He has been an Adjunct Assistant Professor of psychology at the Borough of Manhattan Community College since 2002.