When asked how
she felt at her second visit Maggie said, ‘Not that
much different really, but I can now love and be loved’.
Two weeks later she realised she
the inner conflicts that contributed to
depression, overeating and two broken marriages. She had spent fourteen
years in psychotherapy for these problems. [p. 167]
‘I [Kelly] quickly
booked a Queensland holiday in the excitement of this return to good
health and had a fabulous time. I can’t explain how my mind was able to
achieve this transformation.’ [p. 241]
At her [L’s] third
session, two weeks later, her husband asked me, ‘Will these changes
hold?’. He cried when I said ‘Yes’ and said, ‘You have given me my wife
back’. [p. 256]
Greg Brice commenced
private practice in 1973. He is the sole remaining co-developer of P.S.H.
and conducts a busy practice in Brisbane, Queensland. He is the Principal
Director of the International Centre for Subconscious-mind Training &
Research (Qld) — I.C.S.T.R. (QLD) — and has taught P.S.H. to students from
all walks of life since 1990. He has presented papers and seminars on
subconscious-mind therapy to Australian and New Zealand conferences and
had several scientific papers published. He brings an extensive clinical
experience to his practice, teaching and writing.