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Q :  I have read about Positive Psychology and how it focuses on the positive, is Positive Mental Health the same thing ?

Q : Is the goal of Lifetrack Positive Mental Health happiness?

Q : What is optimal adjustment or genius in Lifetrack therapy and what does this have to do with what positive psychology calls flow?

Q: I have heard of the work of Carl Rogers on personality and have admired it considerably. How is your approach similar or different?

Q: I know of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. Are the three spheres an explanation of psychological needs? What is the difference between your work and that of Maslow?

Q: Are you a psychoanalyst? How does your approach differ from psychoanalysis?

Q: I have heard of preventive mental health, but not of positive mental health. Why the new term?

Q: What is the difference between your therapeutic approach and that of behaviorists who emphasize personality change by focusing on changing actions?

Q: How is your approach different from Henry A. Murray’s large list of more than 20 motives or needs?

Q: What are the similarities between Lifetrack theory and organismic or systems theory that views personality as an open system of interacting parts?

Q: What do you think of medications such as Prozac?

Q: What do you think of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) classifications?

Q: Do you really think you can define happiness or well-being and quantify it? Are you not attempting to quantify the unquantifiable?

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Our movement for health and going beyond our best began in Japan after March 11, 2011 and involves individuals across disciplines and nations eager to innovate and elevate.  We extend an understanding of the mind at its best to explore with you the body, mind and spirit recognizing similar mechanisms exist in all three.

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