Melville, NY – April 20th, 2017 – Deutsch’s theory is essential for human development, parenting, psychology and psychotherapy, education, wellness, stress and burnout, medicine, aging, marriage and relationships, world peace, to name a few areas.
The theory of love Deutsch brought forth over 30 years ago is now being validating by both biological and brain sciences and is being used in a clinical trial on preventing staff burnout at Danbury Hospital, CT.
Deutsch says it is becoming clearer by the day that “mother’s unconditional, nourishing love” is not just for infants. Human beings need it for the rest of their lives. Problem is that after infancy we become dependent on others who were only taught to love other adults conditionally, which is very painful.
The pain of feeling deprived of unconditional love causes anger, rage, anti-social behaviors, domestic violence, addictions, over-eating, depression, suicide and the list just goes on. Deutsch’s theory enables people to love unconditionally not only others but themselves.
Although a lot is written about the need to love ourselves, the fact is people don’t know how, and even more importantly WHY they should. What people do know is that being selfish and self-centered is anathema in our culture, which is what they think of when they read, ‘love yourself’.
Deutsch will be teaching his theory at The 7th International Conference on Ageing and Spirituality, Concordia University, Chicago, June 6th.
Here is a quote by Shawn Rubin, PhD, President of Division 32 of the American Psychological Association after he attended Deutsch’s workshop on the theory of love at the recent Div 32 conference;
I am not a religious man, but bless you for your work on love. I want to thank you again for your critically-important work. It has helped me with my patients and brought a more loving consciousness to their lives.
Shawn Rubin, PsyD
President, APA Division 32, Society for Humanistic Psychology
Clinical Professor of Psychology, George Washington University
Editor in Chief, Journal of Humanistic Psychology
To find out more about Deutsch’s Theory of Love and it application to human development, parenting, aging, marriage, psychotherapy, wellness, burnout et al you can contact;
Stefan Deutsch, President
The Human Development Company, a 501(c)3 educational non-profit
516 220 6471