Preliminary Findings of Pre/Post Test after 3PEPT conducted by Jack Pransky, Ph.D. , 10/12-4/13 This Three Principles Extended Professional Training (EPT) came about as a result of discussions between Sheela Masand, Katja Symons and Jack Pransky. The training was … Continue reading →
Oh, and they don’t understand that they already are everything they are looking for in life and nothing they can do in the outside world will ever bring it to them.
This one hit really close to me. I was born in Boston, lived in the city for the first 5 or 6 years of my life, grew up in the suburbs around it, and lived in the city again in … Continue reading →
A new three principles article (actually, a chapter) appears in the Sixth Edition of the book, The Strengths Perspective in Social Work Practice, edited by Dennis Saleeby. Authored by Drs. Diane McMillen of Washburn University and Jack Pransky, chapter 13 is titled, “Exploring … Continue reading →
There is nothing else but thought, except in those moments of no thought. People tell me I need to clarify this, so I’ll try. The only thing that can ever give us an experience is our own thinking. But what … Continue reading →