Joe Bailey and Associates Blog Exploring Three Principles Psychology, Natural Resilience, Recovery and more.

Joe Bailey has been a pioneer in his profession, weaving together ideas and insights on psychology and spirituality. In his twenties, he became a trainer of counselors in family therapy and addictions and introduced ideas of primary prevention of addictions to the treatment profession. Over the next thirty-five years, Joe helped pioneer revolutionary new psychology, Three Principles Psychology, which focused on seeing and actualizing health rather than the current disease model. These principles form the basis for psychology as a principle-based paradigm rather than our current fragmented view.


 

Thriving in the Eye of the Hurricane: November Update

Thriving in the unknown. Hope lies inside. It's already there. When our mind clears of all the thoughts, of the fears, the only thing that exists in this moment is our thinking in this moment, in the present moment. And when we reside in that present moment, were residing in mind, we're residing in our innate health.

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Even During Winter Nature is Preparing for New Life

I wrote a book called “Slowing down to the speed of life.” and another one called “Slowing down to the speed of love.” But I’m finally starting to realize the depth of what that means because if you don’t understand where your experience is coming from, the experience can be frightening, tedious, anxiety-producing, and can affect our mental health.

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A New Paradigm for Transformation in Addiction with the Three Principles

What has been the missing link in awakening transformation in recovery? What is it when we see the “light bulb go off” in our clients and how do we help them sustain and grow that transformational process? This conference will answer these questions and more, by introducing a new paradigm based on principles.

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