National Summit to build a better psychotherapy profession
Summit for Building a Better Psychotherapy Profession
This is an online summit for thought leaders who are tired of the status quo in the psychotherapy profession, that has created a damaging groupthink, and want to foment a positive revolution. The Summit for Building a Better Psychotherapy Profession is essential right now as our profession is consumed by two dangerous epidemics - the Covid 19 groupthink, and the Critical Theory delusion, both of which are being driven by establishment authoritarians with connections to big PHARMA profiteers and a broken public health cabal. We are at the beginning of a consequential generational cycle in which massive social change is about to occur. Common sense psychotherapists will be important agents of change during this transformative era.
We will have a discussion about a reactionary clinical approach that will become the basis of the National Psychotherapy Association.
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Our profession is stale. It is politically contaminated. Most of our practitioners blindly follow government sanctioned narratives. They adopt untested standards of care that are based on folklore rather than common sense. They are anti-male and anti-white. They promote sexual anarchy. Most lack creativity and courage. Our profession needs a renaissance. It is time to move forward.
Suggested topics for discussion so far include but will not be limited to these. Discussions will be far-ranging and open-ended. We need your perspective and your creativity.
Being an ethical psychotherapist even when you would rather be a Leftist activist: Working ethically with conservatives and other "deplorables"
Facing the gulag as a courageous healthcare provider during the Covid 19 tyranny
Helping patients overcome gaslighting from professionals
Privileging nature over social constructionism in psychotherapy
Treating Covid Phenomenon Mass Formation
Helping patients recover from Critical Race Theory assaults.
Working with lost young white men in the age of anti-whiteness
Contact us if you would like to attend the online summit. Please indicate your interest in participating. A small participation fee will be used to build the National Psychotherapy Association. A donation of $10.00 is requested to join the 3-hour summit.
Sponsor: Kevin Kervick, MS, LMFT
Founder: National Psychotherapy Association
This conference is co-sponsored by Living a Good Life Church, a nonprofit corporation. The innovative church provides us with an opportunity to exchange ideas freely under the free speech protection afforded to churches under the U.S. Constitution (at least for now).