New Vision, New Reality presents a promising new approach to realizing our human potential by reclaiming our birthright to energy, joy, and creativity. Demonstrating how we all configure our world through personal perceptions, author Donald Klein shows that by removing self-imposed protective filters we can see and experience more fully the good things in life. Guided exercises illustrate how to stop projecting our fears and shortcomings and instead view the world through a lens of appreciation.
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For more than 35 years Donald C. Klein, Ph.D. has consulted with executives and professional leaders of business, government, religious, educational, health, and human service organizations and with citizens involved in local community development programs in the United States and other countries. This work has had to do with: increasing organizational effectiveness; mentoring and management development; program development in community mental health; individual, organizational, and community empowerment; and dealing with interpersonal, inter-divisional, and interorganizational differences.Trained in Clinical Psychology at the U. of California at Berkeley (Ph.D., 1952),his earlier work was concerned with community mental health and preventive psychiatry. Since then he has focused increasingly on how to empower people to bring about needed change in the groups, organizations, and communities that affect their well-being.Since 1978Donald has been a Core Faculty member of the doctoral program of The Union Institute, which offers unique, accredited, non-residential undergraduate and graduate degree programs for adult learners.He is associate editor of The Journal of Primary Prevention and recipient of the Distinguished Practice Award from the Division of Community Psychology, American Psychological Association.A Certified Psychologist, Maryland State Board of Examiners of Psychologists, Donald is also a Diploma in Industrial and Organizational Psychology, The American Board of Professional Psychology.
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