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In response to many requests,

I have decided to continue the tradition of

my Spot Supervision ZOOM Sessions...


Going forward, I will therefore be offering

F.R.E.E. Weekly Spot Supervision ZOOM Sessions!


– at no cost whatsoever –


to any and all clinicians who have some familiarity with

my Psychodynamic Synergy Paradigm and its five Models


and are eager to learn more about how to use

those five "modes of therapeutic action"

to understand



how the client has "defensively positioned"

herself in her life over time



how the therapist can "adaptively position"

herself in relation to her client moment-by-moment.



In other words,

the five Models can be used to understand


both the client's "more enduring traits"



and the client's "more transient states"




Models 1 – 4 of

my Psychodynamic Synergy Paradigm

are psychoanalytical informed

and emphasize "our history as our destiny."


The brain-based Model 5

is the most recent addition to

my Psychodynamic Synergy Paradigm

and represents

a quantum-neuroscientific approach to healing.


It features

"therapeutic memory reconsolidation"

and "the dynamic nature of memory"

and emphasizes "our destiny as our choice." 


In each F.R.E.E. Thursday

Spot Supervision ZOOM Session,

I will be offering

an overarching conceptual framework

for understanding the working through process

as it specifically relates

to the particular client being presented.



I will hope to demonstrate that the "therapeutic action"

will involve


– against the backdrop of empathic attunement

and a therapeutic alliance –


juxtaposing the sobering and conditioned reality

of "what is"


with the enlivening and quantum possibility

of "what could be"



... such that optimally stressful, growth-incentivizing

"mismatch experiences" will be generated


the incremental working through of which


– necessary if the internal tension is to be resolved

and the homeostatic balance restored –


will ultimately advance the client

from old bad "defensive reactions"


to new good "adaptive responses."

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