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What we’re Learning

capital-accumulation of knowledge within the health science community is accelerating and taking great strides forward in learning about how our brain’s psychological functions operate, but we’re still only scratching the surface in this vast area of human behavior. Those who embrace the humility of a student and open themselves up to learning will be at an advantage in helping people overcome their struggle.

Our research and clinical team along with our colleagues have gained the following insights:


Because most mental health struggles have their origin in a relationship fractures, healing often occurs through the interdynamics of a healthy engaging relationship with a person (often a trained health care professional), who is capable of building a high trust quotient and is able to not only teach how to achieve a healthy psychology, but to demonstrate it in a relationship. We called this competency base support vrs credential.


Healing of our phycology most always begin with the smallest amount of child-like faith. You need to believe you can. If you can’t believe this for yourself, you can piggyback on another person’s (who you trust) belief that you can heal, which eventually evokes you to believing it for your self.


The allopathic or alternative health science community at this point is not offering strong remedial actions for the masses, who struggle with a mental health condition. A recent study from the Canadian Mental Health Association reported that 1 in 5 people battle a mental health struggle, costing Canada 50 billion dollars a year (similar to other Western nations) . This is mostly due to the fact that we have only recently begun to understand that the brain has the capacity of neuroplasticity and is capability of change. As encouraging as this discovery has been, in that it holds out hope to people in overcoming their struggles, we have a long way to go in making healing available to a greater number of people.


The old adage holds true: When the student is ready the teacher appears. Not all people are ready to begin their journey in overcoming a mental health struggle, but many are. Consider reviewing this readiness to change appraisal. If a person is in a high state of readiness to change, a high probability to overcome a mental health struggle may exist.

When ready the path one must consider is a comprehensive multi-strategy approach involving: see link: how people heal