There is little suffering greater than that     
of an individual who deems him or herself
powerless to effect personal change. In
someone who is consumed by harmful
behavioral patterns, this feeling of  
helplessness, of inadequacy, exhibits itself   
in anguish, despair, shame ― even grief.
ReChanneling

Refinng, redefining, and reinstating
your values through the infinite
fusion of mind, body and spirit.


T
he programs of ReChanneling are designed
to illustrate methods to replace negative
addiction and maladaptive behavior through studied
and applied methodologies, enhanced
by auxiliary learning techniques such as
Stanislavski's Memory Retrieval and Retention
― mechanisms constructed to assist you in
asserting your innate greater goodness
through innate human potential.  
ReChanneling is an innovative program of
recovery and revitalization for those who
struggle for self-affirmation and meaning.     

Rather than embracing every negative emotion,
behavior, and perception as entrenched elements
of our being, you train yourself to recognize
them as opportunities for revitalization.

Through ReChanneling, you refine the inherent
goodness resident within you, redefine that goodness
into greater goodness, and reinstate
that greater goodness as an integral
component of your being.

ReChanneling is behavioral modification that
adopts contemporary cognitive and behavioral
remedial theories utilizing the entirety of the  
Integral Human Complex while recognizing that
any loss or diminishment of maladaptation
must be compensated by superior adaptation.  

ReChanneling drives the individual to consciously
replace the maladaptive behavior with one of
positive and superior value while analyzing the
impact of the integral components of the mind, body,
and spirit.  Simply put, we phase out poor behavior
while replacing it with a better one.  
The sense of loss from the disposition of the negative
condition is mitigated by the positive energy that
accompanies the acquisition of
the better behavior.
Getting to the root cause can be difficult,  
our   memories latent as we attempt to
rationalize  our condition. We repress  
certain memories in the archives of our
subconscious.  The goal is to recapture
the emotion that once flashed by like a
meteor.  As all the world is a stage, and
we its actors; the revelation of our true
character and intention  establishes the
foundation for authenticity.
COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY
      
   Cognitive theory in ReChanneling asserts
that maladaptive behaviors and
neuroses are the result of inappropriate
or irrational thinking patterns caused
by ingrained reactions to situations
and conditions experienced by the
individual.  Cognition addresses the
restructuring of the mind―the physical
rerouting of  our neural networks―by
disputing these irrational  thoughts and
beliefs and substituting rational ones
in their place through repetition until
they become automatic and
permanent replacements.  

The behavioral component of CBT involves
participation in active, structured therapy
groups, training the individual to modify
negative tendencies by means of positive
repetitious activities commensurate with
standard therapeutic methods.

ReChanneling's programs do not consider
a client or participant, victim nor patient.  
A victim, by definition, is someone who
attributes responsibility for his or her
condition to an
other rather than taking
personal accountability. A patient is
someone who relies on others for
remedy, again assigning responsibility
for recovery rather than assuming
ownership. A person-in-practicum
applies theory or methodology in
response to a situation or  condition.  
A person-in-practicum trains to be the  
steward of his or her own condition,
the custodian of personal behavior.
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CLINICS FOR SOCIAL
& OTHER ANXIETIES
CBRT groups of six-ten participants now
forming. Clinics meet once weekly for
2-1/2 hours for a period of 12 weeks.

All pricing negotiated on a sliding scale.

For information and interview:
rechanneling@yahoo.com
415-305-5895

Dr. Robert F. Mullen
"robertfmullen.com"

Cognitive Behavioral ReChanneling Practicum
Motivational Training Workshop Clinics
ReChanneling Development Workshop/Seminars
Corporate Training Motivational Seminars.
Reconciliation with and recovery from
immoral and maladaptive behavior is
achieved only through unequivocal
acceptance of your condition, commit-
ment  to the rigors of rehabilitation,
and your willingness to forgive.

Learn techniques for coping with stressful life situations
Identify ways to manage emotions
Resolve relationship conflicts and learn better ways to communicate
Cope with grief or loss
Overcome emotional trauma related to abuse or violence
Cope with a medical disorder
Manage chronic physical symptoms

ReChanneling Motivational Training Seminars and Workshops

ReChanneling is a behavioral modification program designed to illustrate methods to replace
negative addiction, maladaptive behavior, and any accompanying anxiety and dis-ease into
positive aspects of self-affirmation. Most remedial programs concentrate on the elimination of
negative habits, which leaves a psychological emptiness that needs to be compensated, and we
find ourselves seduced into filling this emptiness with immediate gratifications that may or may
not be beneficial. There is an energy flow that accompanies every action, including all habits―
fruitful and destructive―and when we cease a negative or immoral behavior without providing
a positive and comparable replacement, we run the risk of embracing similar negative behaviors
to fill the void. That negative expression, that flawed disagreeable habit, must be rechanneled
into a positive one―one with comparable force and energy in order to fill the void left by the
elimination of the maladaptive behavior. We phase out poor behaviors by replacing them with
positive and comparable ones through the process of ReChanneling. The sense of loss from the
disposition of the maladjusted conduct that we have held onto for years is mitigated by the energy
that accompanies the acquisition of the positive behavior. With ReChanneling, negative habits
and maladaptive behaviors are not replaced with similar defeating habits but are consciously
rechanneled into positive and comparable aspects of positive and productive living.

Through the motivational program of ReChanneling, we refine that moral goodness and strength
extant within us, redefine that which has been distorted or falsified, and reinstate the capacity
that resides within all of us to harness that special aptitude for extraordinary living, that inherent
capacity to lift the human spirit through the infinite fusion of the mind, body, and spirit. Too often,
we address the obvious mental depression without involving the somatic and spiritual. We search
for pharmaceutical relief for a condition of the physical, mental and bodily, without taking into
account the emotional catalysts and how they affect and are affected by our inner being. The
beingness-complex is the integrality of the mind, body and spirit as it strives for natural homeo-
stasis. It is the totality of a human person, reflecting the involution of the conscious, and the
manifestation of the body, which facilitate the mental progression of consciousness.  Each
constituent overlaps, influences, and interdepends upon the others, the gestalt containing
feelings, emotions, and intellectual thoughts in its more conscious complexities.


Cognitive Behavioral ReChanneling Therapy

ReChanneling examines methods to refine, redefine, and reinstate our better values. Through the
process of ReChanneling, we refine that goodness extant within us, redefine that which has been
distorted or falsified, and reinstate that which has been lost or misplaced. The methods found in
ReChanneling are effective in the resolution of multiple behavioral neuroses including social (SAD)
and other anxieties, coping with loss or a stressful situation or condition, depression, and other
symptoms of distress and dis-ease.   

ReChanneling addresses our psycho-physiological imbalance by helping to refine, redefine, and
reinstate positive values through the infinite fusion of the mind, body, and spirit which is called
the integral complex of being or the Beingness Complex. Too often, we address the obvious
mental depression without involving the somatic and spiritual. We search for pharmaceutical
relief for a condition of the physical, mental and bodily, without taking into account the emotional
catalysts and how they affect and are affected by our inner being.

ReChanneling encourages the individual to consciously replace the maladaptive behavior with
one of positive and comparable value while addressing the integral components of the mind,
body, and spirit. ReChanneling emphasizes the homeostasis of the beingness-complex through
the combination of contemporary cognitive and experiential remedial theories, the authentic
presence and emotional recollection of Stanislavski's method, and the Arbhidharmic concepts
of mindfulness governance.

ReChanneling easily incorporates the primary elements of cognitive behavioral therapy. The
Cognitive part of CBRT is the "restructuring" of the mind, the rerouting of our physical neural
networks (i.e., thought processes) by means of disputing our irrational thoughts and beliefs and
substituting rational thoughts and beliefs in their place --- there are fifteen to twenty specific
steps that need to be learned to be able to do this.

The cognitive part of the therapy is the part that can be "taught". Then the individual person
needs to take what he has been taught or advised, practice it at home, and through means of
repetition, get that new "learning" down into the brain over and over again so that is becomes
automatic or habitual. That will support the physical rerouting of the established neurons.

The Behavioral aspect of CBT or CBRT is behavioral modification which  trains individuals to
change the negative behaviors.  It is a gradual, step-by-step process, one that can't be forced
because our initial reaction to pressure is to become anxious - and it defeats the purpose.  We
call these behavioral activities "experiments."

This change doesn't happen overnight. It is a dedicated. gradual, step-by-step process, one that
can't be forced because our initial reaction to pressure is to become anxious―and that additional
pressure can defeat the purpose.  The neural network that retains our habitual actions are, over
time, firmly set in patterns that facilitate our social anxiety; we must work hard and long to realign
the those patterns.


© 2017 ReChanneling
Dr. Robert F. Mullen
robertfmullen.com
ReChanneling@yahoo.com
415-305-5895

    It is refreshing to work with an organization that possesses sincere commitment, ethics, and   
    genuinely cares about its clients.                                                         Sharon Hoery & Associates

    His work transpires dedication, care, and love for what he does.            
                                                                                                                           Jose Garcia Silva, Ph.D.

    Dr. Mullen hits the nail on the head with ReChanneling. Charles Fillmore, co-founder of the Unity   
    Movement said, "Every thought clothes itself in a life form according to the character of the
    thinker. The form is simply the correlation of the thought."  ReChanneling gives us a clear  
    method of changing the clothes a particular thought is weaving.           
                                                                                                                        Reverend Richard Carlini
                                                                                                                         Ordained Unity Minister

    I am simply in awe at the writing, your insights, your deep knowing of  transcendence, your  
    intuitive understanding of psychic-physical pain, your connection of the pain to healing, your
    concept/title, and above all, your innate compassion for those you speak of.                             
                                                                                                                                Janice Parker, Ph.D.