The chance of finding a cure for existing as a modern human and extinct ancestor without unintended consequences remains inconceivable. Helping professionals exert tremendous effort in reaching out to help others. So many theories and so little time to get it right. Therapists and counselors who facilitate others to formulate a new linguistic approach to change emotional reactions provides one option for a more secure peace of mind. More often, the brain appears wired to interrupt the best of intentions. This book explores the many ways change agents will make a difference in psychic pain. The 21st Century may require additional approaches in answering the human puzzle. The deterministic causation of the past will retain the notion of influence in relation to environment, but brain research may change our thinking in the near future. Neuroscientists are now leading the way in defining the origins of human motivation.
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About the Author
H. Mike Kanitz has gained insight into human motivation as a U.S. Marine, a father of five, a licensed professional counselor, a chemical addiction consultant with incarcerated youth, or engaged in private practice, and twenty plus years as a clinical supervisor. Listed in Who's Who for Child Development, he provided global consulting in Saudi Arabia, Iran, Canada, Portugal, and the United States. As a past president of the Michigan Association in Group Work, this Emeritus Professor continues to write only for the joy of challenging the thought process of the reader. Today, you will find him volunteering in community service and active as a corporate CEO.