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So Now I Get It-bookcover

By: David Waite

So Now I Get It

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I wrote this book for you. You’ve just had a flick through it and you’ve probably found some interesting diagrams. Take a quick look at the first chapter. I think you may be shocked at the research I am quoting. Then read on.

I know you will connect with the new ideas in here because all my clients do, young and old, men and women, wherever they are in life. I have taken my counselling training, listened to my clients, added the all too often missing ingredient of common sense and then created new ways of looking at my practice in particular and psychology in general. What I do has to make sense to my clients so I know it will make sense to you too. It also does what no-one else wants to do: it takes a look at people behaving (very) badly and finds out how that works so you can defend yourself against them. It then describes a powerful and proven meditation programme and offers a video tutorial for it. I know you will love this book because the ideas work for everyone. There is so much in it, you’ll need to read it a few times to get it all.

David Waite is a Master’s degree-qualified counsellor and supervisor serving adults, children, couples and families in private practice. He is experienced with cancer patients and those on the margins of society. He found his vocation after a very practical career in professional design and project engineering. He brought his flair for innovation and problem-solving into a sector which has suffered from stagnation for far too long and consequently underperforms. His unique approach to psychological issues has been derived from doing what a counsellor does best—listening. His work has been published in professional journals. His area mental health provider has referred patients to his meditation programmes run for the public. He has supported programmes in prisons. He campaigns for the reform of counselling practice.

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