Imagine solving problems and increasing creativity while you sleep. Grounded in current brain research, this volume introduces a simple but revolutionary program that shows how to do just that by learning to tune into your unconscious brain's deepest intuitions. Case studies of ordinary people demonstrate how to use the sleep thinking program to solve their pressing problems, including:
• Nancy, a student working through her lack of interest in college;
• Jack, an electrical engineer struggling with anger management issues; and
• Joanne, who needs to help her eighth-grader from failing out of school.
Dr. Eric Maisel presents clear, useful information relevant to anyone working through any sort of problem: personal, creative, or career-related. Readers learn how to use their own brain power to extract important information from sleep thinking, yielding answers that lead to actions and actions that lead to change.
Eric Maisel has a doctorate in counseling psychology and has served as adjunct faculty at St. Mary's College in Moraga, California, for ten years. He has lectured and conducted workshops for the American Psychological Association, the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists, the Paris Writers Workshop, and many other venues. His books include The Future of Mental Health: Deconstructing the Mental Disorder Paradigm, Rethinking Depression, The Van Gogh Blues, and many others.