why therapy doesn’t last in a ‘winner/loser’ world richard hill (australia) ma social ecology...
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Why Therapy Doesnt Last in a Winner/Loser World Richard Hill (Australia) MA Social Ecology (student) Slide 2 Winner/Loser World Creative World Hypothesis Slide 3 That we live in a competitive winner/loser world that is based on external measures rather than personal expression. This is created from and, in a dynamic loop, creates a winner/loser mindset. Stress, anxiety, disengagement, distrust, and unhappiness are expected and predictable outcomes of thinking in such a way and living in such a world. Slide 4 Theory Allegory of the Cave Plato Republic Mindset affects neurobiology, physiology and gene expression Dr Daniel Siegel, Ernest Rossi, Schwartz & Begley, Aronson & Steele Polyvagal Theory Stephen Porges Happiness = S + C + V Seligman, Lyubomirsky, Sheldon, and Schkade (2005) Neural interdependence Marco Iacoboni, Daniel Siegel Chronic Stress Robert Sapolsky, Ernest Rossi Slide 5 Slide 6 Threats Mortal direct survival Attachment abandonement, support survival Chronic Inflammation illness, toxicity (principal indicator obesity) Slide 7 Slide 8 Slide 9 Slide 10 Slide 11 Slide 12 Slide 13 Slide 14 Slide 15 Slide 16 Slide 17 Slide 18 8 DIFFERENCES Exclusion Events Instruction Competition Result Probability Transaction Arrogance Inclusion Lessons/Opportunities Information Inspiration Outcome Possibility Interaction Confidence Slide 19 WINNER/LOSERWORLD Slide 20 Exclusion Slide 21 Events Exclusion Slide 22 Instruction Events Slide 23 Competitio n Exclusion Events Instruction Slide 24 Result Exclusion Events Instruction Competition Slide 25 Probability Exclusion Events Instruction Competition Results Slide 26 Transactio n Exclusion Events Instruction Competition Results Probability Slide 27 Arrogance Exclusion Events Instruction Competition Results Probability Transaction Slide 28 Exclusion Events Instruction Competition Results Probability Transaction Arrogance Slide 29 CREATIVE/ INTERACTIVE WORLD Slide 30 Inclusion (exclusion) Slide 31 Lessons/Opportunit ies (events) Inclusion Slide 32 Information (instruction) Inclusion Lessons Slide 33 Inspiration/Creativit y (competition) Inclusion Lessons Information Slide 34 Outcome (result) Outcome (result) Inclusion Lessons Information Inspiration Slide 35 Possibility (probability) Inclusion Lessons Information Inspiration Outcome Slide 36 Interaction (transaction) Inclusion Lessons Information Inspiration Outcome Possibility Slide 37 Confidence (arrogance) Inclusion Lessons Information Inspiration Outcome Possibility Interaction Slide 38 Inclusion Lessons Information Inspiration Outcome Possibility Interaction Confidence Slide 39 We fix them up Then send them back to the front line Slide 40 WINNER/LOSER WORLD You must WIN, not LOSE FIGHT or FLIGHT CREATIVE/INTERACTIVE WORLD You simply join in INTERACT seeking to create - HARMONY Slide 41 The 6 Practices 1.The Problem is a Message 2.Thats Interesting 3.What Can I Create? 4.Tell Me Everything In Your Head 5.The Priority Triangle 6.Random Inspiration Slide 42 a remarkably clear and profound book for the general reader Ernest Rossi PhD I think this book is great it questions and provides an alternative Joanne Symes BA Richard uses knowledge we have and creates great wisdom. Roger Haynes PhD (astrophysics). The Book