Applied Positive Psychology

Positive psychology is a recent branch of psychology whose purpose was summed up in 1998 by Martin Seligman and Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi: “We believe that a psychology of positive human functioning will arise that achieves a scientific understanding and effective interventions to build thriving in individuals, families, and communities.”

Positive psychologists seek “to find and nurture genius and talent”, and “to make normal life more fulfilling”, not simply to treat mental illness. The field is intended to complement, not to replace traditional psychology.

By scientifically studying how things go right rather than wrong, in both
individuals and societies, Positive Psychology hopes to achieve a renaissance of sorts. Many researchers have joined the positive psychology movement, generating influential and well-cited articles journals (Read More).

NLP – Neuro Linguistic Programming

Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is an approach to psychotherapy and organizational change based on “a model of interpersonal communication chiefly concerned with the relationship between successful patterns of behaviour and the subjective experiences (esp. patterns of thought) underlying them” and “a system of alternative therapy based on this which seeks to educate people in self-awareness and effective communication, and to change their patterns of mental and emotional behaviour”.

The co-founders, Richard Bandler and linguist John Grinder, believed that NLP would be useful in “finding ways to help people have better, fuller and richer lives”. They coined the term “Neuro-Linguistic Programming” to emphasize their belief in a connection between the neurological processes (“neuro”), language (“linguistic”) and behavioral patterns that have been learned through experience (“programming”) and can be organized to achieve specific goals in life (Read More).


Neurotransforming is a system of psychological methods designed for consulting and psychotherapy that was created by Sergei Kovalev (Ph.D) in Moscow, Russia. This system allows you to control your internal and external world and helps you make specific changes in yourself and your life. This system incorporates other methods such as NLP, eastern NLP, solution focused therapy, cognitive behavioural therapy, positive psychology, and a number of other methods. In a nutshell, neurotransforming is a system of methods that allows people to make positive changes in themselves and obtain an overall well-being that consists of effectiveness, happiness, excellence, and “luck”.

The Key Method – Self Regulation Based on Psychophysiology

The Key Method is a unique system of quick stress relief and prevention. It is a method of personal development, self-rehabilitation and self-healing. It is the key to your inner self, creativity and talents. The Key Method is based on the natural self-regulation ability that is achieved through ideomotor movement, which helps to establish a mind-body connection whereby psychological and physiological processes in the body become coordinated and balanced.

Using the Key Method, you can eliminate tension and stress in just 5-20 minutes without need for outside help or medicine. This is made possible by achieving a state of harmony between body and mind. In this state of harmony, you can get conscious access to abilities that were only available to you during sleep or in critical situations. You can also achieve an altered state of consciousness, described by various cultures as nirvana, ecstasy, or euphoria without years of training or administration of drugs.

The Key Method is one of the simplest and versatile methods in the world. Effectiveness and efficiency of this method allow you achieve maximum results in the shortest period of time.

OH Cards

OH Cards are a genre of special playing cards used as story–telling prompters, counseling and psychotherapeutic tools,
communication enhancers, educational aids, and social interactive games. OH cards have no official or traditional interpretations of images, and instructions included with the decks encourage imaginative and personal interpretations of the images.

Usually these images are small paintings created by various artists specifically for this kind of use. As a genre, OH cards are unconventional “information containers”, unbound books with no set sequence of pages. Their most common uses are as a focus for self–examination and as prompters in social interactions. They are often used as aides in psychotherapeutic settings, and in a variety of educational situations. Less commonly, OH cards are used as catalysts in artistic fields: in writing, painting, theatre, even dance.

Categorically, OH Cards operate in the interface of literature, art
appreciation, games, and psychology. Most commonly they are used as a focus for self–examination. In some parts of the world they are called kesem cards or Cards of Association (Read More).