The Ship Psychology Method

What if…you could look inside your own mind?

When out Crew have a conflict and are fighting one another, our thoughts, feelings and behaviour contradict each other. Instead of confident and determined, we become frustrated, anxious, and disappointed.

In short, we experience stress.

Stress is a inevitable part of life, but prolonged stress damages your mental health, social health and your physical health. When left unresolved and unaddressed, it can begin to fester. Over time, that in turn can cause anxiety, depression, and worse.

I have spent over 20 years at the bottom of that funnel, suffering from chronic depression and frequent suicidal episodes. When various treatments couldn’t help me turn the tide, I devised the Ship and the Ship Psychology Method.

Ship Psychology Method | Slide Scale of Stress, Anxiety, Depression and Suicide

“What I love about this method is how it helps you to literally see what’s going on inside your head. The Ship helps you connect with your instinct as well as your thoughts and feelings. I’ve missed that in the cognitive therapies I’ve had.”
Majelle

The Ship Psychology Method

Ship Psychology is a practical, effective and entertaining method to look inside your own mind.

Solving psychological issues and improve your mental health needn’t be hard. In fact, it can be fun – and easy. If you ever stared out a window and let your mind wander, you can use the Ship psychology Method!

At this moment, I’m working on an extensive online course that will take you step by step through the process of recognising your Crew and how to steer them, so that you can:

  • understand your own thoughts, feelings and behaviour,
  • break unwanted habits,
  • resolve limiting beliefs,
  • reduce anxiety,
  • improve your relationship with others,
  • gain more control over your life,

and enjoy becoming the person you want to be!

While this course is being created, have a look at the other course and training e-books already available:

“My Crew shows me the issues I knew I had, but which I had suppressed deeper than I realised. Now I can solve these old problems, step by step, and feel the support of my Crew – of myself!”
Lieve