ReChanneling Inc. is a nonprofit organization focusing on the alleviation of psychophysiological malfunctions (neuroses) through research and program development. Finding the one-size-fits-all recovery approach inadequate in addressing the totality of the individual Personality,
ReChanneling employs a psychobiographic approach to individual analysis, integrating positive psychology’s optimal human functioning with CBT’s behavior modification, neural restructuring, and other supported and nontraditional methods. Maslowian hierarchal concerns are addressed by a program-in-development called healthy philautia.
Psychophysiological malfunctions are generated by mind, body, spirit, and emotions acting jointly. ReChanneling utilizes the emotional retrieval and mastery of Stanislavski’s method and the nine right truths (right choice) of Abhidharma. psychobiography.
The weathering of life overwhelms us, especially the current pathogenic and pessimistic environment of global crisis, insecurity, disorientation, and disruptive technological change. Our positive self-qualities become subordinate to our negative thoughts and behaviors.
Your self-qualities: self –esteem, -compassion, -love, -regard, -respect, -value, -worth, and other intrinsic attributes―are essential to your humanness. Their reinvigoration compensates the negative patterns of thought and behavior that cause our spiritual disorder.
The insularity of cognitive-behavioral therapy, positive psychology, and other approaches won’t address the complexities of your personality. CBT’s thought and behavior modification and positive psychology’s optimal functioning are useful components of a broader strategy incorporating other approaches to widen the scope and perspective of the entire individual.
One of the disadvantages of the etiological perspective is that you end up treating the disease rather than the client/patient. “Both Maslow and proponents of positive psychology are driven by the idea that traditional psychology has abandoned studying the entire human experience in favor of focusing on mental illness” (Selva, 2020, p. 3). When something is broken, we take it apart to analyze the problem. We isolate the components and acquaint ourselves with their objectives. We find out what works and what is malfunctioning. Equal effort is required for the brokenness in the disordered person. Both clinicians and clients need to know which parts function optimally and which are defective and need to be rewired, repaired, or replaced.
Unlike toasters, however, humans have individual personalities―distinct phenomena generated by everything and anything experienced in their lifetime. Every teaching, opinion, belief, and influence facilitates its development. It is the individual’s current being and the expression of that being. It forms itself by core-beliefs and is developed by social, cultural, and environmental experiences. It is constant yet fluid, singular yet multiple. It is the individual’s inimitable way of thinking, feeling, and behaving. It is who that individual is, who they think they are, and whom they are trying to become. Any evaluation and treatment program must comprehensively address the complexity of the individual personality.
PP2-O. Second wave positive psychology recognizes that we must address our negative aspects to reawaken and develop our positive state. Positive psychology focuses on virtues and strengths that help individuals not only transform but also flourish. Positive psychology emphasizes the positive while helping you manage and process the negative to increase wellbeing.
CBT. Cognitive theory assumes that your Spiritual Disorder is a consequence of negative or irrational thinking and behavior caused by your ingrained reactions to situations and conditions. Your unconscious self-devaluation is because your negative patterns have overwhelmed your self-esteem. CBT addresses the restructuring of your brain―the physical rerouting of your neural network―by disputing these irrational thoughts and beliefs and substituting rational ones in their place until they become automatic and permanent replacements. The behavioral component of CBT involves activities that substantiate and reinforce this process.
Any reasonable approach must address your entire Personality. A program is never static but develops through client trust, cultural assimilation, and therapeutic innovation. Your cultural environment heritage, your background, and associations reflect your wants, choices, and aspirations. If they are not given value, then you are not valued.wants you to redirect your negative, self-defeating perspectives into a celebration of your significance and potential.