Building Blocks of the Mind

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    Paul McCabe
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      Some of you may have already received Tim's email about this. For those who have not, I just wanted to shine the spotlight on a brilliant new book that has been written about PSTEC.

      “Building Blocks of the Mind: A Powerful Protocol For Clearing Mental Distress” was written by PSTEC Master Practitioner, Peter Owen, and comes with my highest recommendation.

      It really is a truly excellent book, crammed full of useful tips, case studies, innovation and wisdom. It is also extremely accessible and very well written.

      I have already reviewed the book and know it will help a great number of people – either those who are interested in personal change or others who work as therapists or practitioners. Peter has already helped thousands of clients and has generously shared his many insights.

      Amongst many other things, this book further illustrates the incredible effectiveness of PSTEC, the strength of the human spirit and how everyone has the inbuilt capacity to change.

      I have included the purchase details below:

      Link for the paperback book

      Link to Lulu ePub e-book

      Link to Amazon Kindle eBook

      I look forward to reading the additional feedback.

      If there are any questions, please feel free to ask.

      Best Regards,

      Paul  :)

      Paul McCabe – PSTEC Master Practitioner

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      Brian Tucker
      PSTEC User

        This book is fantastic! Tons of “use cases” available to reference. I even found  a few things in the book of which I applied to myself. The results were absolutely worth buying the book. A big THANK YOU to Peter!

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          Thank you guys. That means a lot coming from you two. I sadly don't get much time to browse on here but the few times I have I have been very impressed with your input. In fact…maybe you should both write a book :-)

          Re the case studies, I have altered aspects of each one so it would be impossible to trace back to the client in question but at the same time retaining the essence of the principles involved.

          If anyone has any questions about the book feel free to ask on here and I will make sure I check back on here occasionally.

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