- Publisher: George Bissett
- Available in: Paperback
- ISBN: 978-0993908415
- Published: February 12, 2015
This workbook is a companion piece to the Dynamic Discovery book and is intended to help you fully incorporate the Dynamic Discovery process of self-evaluation for change.
In Dynamic Discovery, the past is seen as the source of our wants and of our ways of behaving. Not only are the bad things that happened to us there, but our successes are there, too. We focus on what needs to be learned about the past so as to allow our clients to move as quickly as feasible toward empowering them to satisfy his or her needs and wants in the present and in the future. It is our present perceptions that influence our present Behavior, and so it is these perceptions that our process will help you to work through.
We ask, “How is that working out for you?” rather than offering a harsh suggestion for you to just “get on with it”, because the Dynamic Discovery process is about helping you find better ways of meeting your needs and taking responsibility for yourself and your life in order to be able to change whatever Behavior is preventing you from getting or becoming what you really want.
In Dynamic Discovery we believe that the solution lies in the present and the future, therefore we visit the past to a lesser extent than those who use other therapies. This is not a criticism of those who use other therapies – it is simply a way in which Dynamic Discovery is different.