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Subconscious Restructuring

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What is the definition of Subconscious Restructuring?

• SR is An Evidence-Based Mental Health Without Meds, Labels, or Personal History

Why is it important to understand the Mechanism of Thought, Emotion Behavior Relationships, and Gut Health?

• To fix anything in your life that does not work, you must first understand how it works. In other words, what is the root cause or driver that put you where you are? Once this is clearly understood, you can begin the process of interrupting, restructuring, and reprogramming the subconscious processes that are driving what you do not want.

What is the difference between SR and all other forms of coaching, counseling, or psychiatry?

• SR begins with Emotional Measurement to #DefineNormal. This definition is not clearly defined in counseling, coaching, or the DSM. If one cannot #DefineNormal, what is the objective?

• SR is an empirically sound process that produces measurable outcomes at every session for 18 psychometrics, including gut health.

• SR answers the single most fundamental question in Emotional Fitness (mental health), and this is "What determines human behavior?" If you do not have a clear definitive answer to this question, you are simply guessing.

• SR guides you through the process of how thought, emotion, and behavior work.

• You will learn how to interrupt, restructure, and reprogram any emotion and behavior, which does not work.

• SR Practitioners measure emotion, behavior, relationships, and gut health at every session to determine focus and objectives. This makes the SR™ Practitioner the very best because if asked to prove what they claim they can produce, they have client-generated data to back it up.

• SR is a Program Process, NOT psychotherapy.

• SR does not require Meds, Labels, or Personal History to be effective.

• Outcomes are based on measurements from the client as opposed to observational subjective assessments from the Practitioner, which is commonly used in all other forms of coaching or psychotherapy.

What is the Timeline to Go Through the SR™ Process?

• SR is a 4-hour process optimally implemented in two 2-hour sessions on consecutive days.


What Results Can I hope to Achieve in These two 2-hour Sessions?

• SR™ will improve and put you in control of 18 psychometrics.

1. Depression

2. Anxiety

3. Negative Self Talk

4. Anger

5. Sleep

6. Hopelessness

7. Self-Esteem

8. Eating Behavior

9. Decision Making

10. Hatred (Self-Others)

11. Suicidal Ideation

12. Love (The Emotional State)

13. Self-Confidence

14. Motivation and Focus

15. Communication

16. Relationship Satisfaction

17. Stress

18. Gut Health


How many follow-ups will I need to do?

• This is dependent on age, gender, education, and how embedded your current programming is. After your initial two 2-hour sessions, you will have the tools to consistently take action on your own at, but many feel the need to continue with their SR Practitioner. Therefore the follow-up timeline can be discussed.

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