Evan on July 16th, 2007

IMHO means “in my humble opinion” – it is an abbreviation used in emails. This is a series where I unashamedly express my opinions in a forthright manner. If you are easily offended it may be best not to read these posts. In my humble opinion the understanding of games developed by TA can make […]

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Evan on July 13th, 2007

For those who want to know more about me and my approach to health. When I was thirty-two and discovered I wanted to write a christian physical spirituality I thought it would take a decade or more. It only took about five years – not consistent work, but reading and writing and feeling and then […]

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Evan on July 11th, 2007

Fritz Perls was one of the founders of Gestalt Psychotherapy. One of his more famous – because outrageous – statements was his assessment of Abraham Maslow. Abraham Maslow was a fore-runner of the Positive Psychology movement. If you have heard of Maslow it is probably because he formulated a hierarchy of human needs – the […]

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Evan on July 9th, 2007

IMHO means “in my humble opinion” – it is an abbreviation used in emails. This is a series where I unashamedly express my opinions in a forthright manner. If you are easily offended it may be best not to read these posts. In my humble opinion Edward de Bono is brilliant and very unfairly ignored. […]

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Evan on July 7th, 2007

A hospital in Sydney, Australia, is studying weight-loss for adolescents (13-16 year olds). They have a program called “Loozit” and is run by the Westmead Children’s Hospital (this is the link http://www.chw.edu.au/kids/loozit/). They have what I think is a great approach. They invite the kids to turn up after school “for a snack and a […]

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Evan on July 6th, 2007

For those who want to know more about me and my approach to health. My twenties were mostly spent in a Christian youth and community work organisation called Fusion Australia (www.fusion.org.au). They are still one of the two or three Christian organisations that I respect. Fusion cared about its staff. It invested a great deal […]

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Evan on July 4th, 2007

I’m told that the question that pre-occupied Carl Jung in the second half of his life was: after therapy what? That is: you are healed of your past trauma, taken to be the main purpose of psychotherapy, now what are you going to do? One answer (for which I have much sympathy) is that this […]

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Evan on July 2nd, 2007

IMHO means “in my humble opinion” – it is an abbreviation used in emails. This is a series where I unashamedly express my opinions in a forthright manner. If you are easily offended it may be best not to read these posts. Transactional Analysis (abbreviated to TA) was invented in the 1950’s and 1960’s by […]

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