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A view on Hubbard's theories and methods

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#1 Rhythm



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Posted 17 March 2011 - 03:08 PM

In Harriet Whitehead’s “Renunciation and Reformulation”, 1987, Cornell Univ Press, her chapter 3 titled “The Puzzle of Religious and Psychotherapeutic Revelation” Harriet writes:

“In developing his own mental theories and therapeutic methods, Hubbard worked on the basis of assumptions that have been part of depth therapy since Freud. One assumption is that given incentive and the right sort of probing, the patient can be made to reveal critical experiences of the past which have helped to bring about the unhappy condition of the present.”

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