This module is an introduction to the online platform for the ICHP (Moodle), where students will acquire some basic skills that will be needed throughout the Course.
The objective of this module is to briefly introduce the four following modules and give the student an introduction to Holokinetic Psychology and its implications.
The objective of this module is:
To learn the basics of some mental illnesses that are diagnosed in Axis 1.
To learn to differentiate the mental illnesses of Axis 1 that with medical treatment benefit from Unitary Perception, and those that, with or without medical treatment, don't benefit.
To introduce the student to what Freud called "The Defense Mechanisms" (the most valuable contribution to the old paradigm in psychology made by Sigmund Freud), which offers a greater understanding of that mental precinct that in Holokinetic Psychology we call Precinct C.
Introduce the student to the New Paradigm in Psychology and its main object of study, Unitary Perception.
This module presents the student with the scientific foundations for Holokinetic Psychology, which stem from diverse findings in various fields of science.
The fundamental concepts of Holokinetic Psychology will be studied, together with its intellectual history, the concepts derived from David Bohm's breakthrough in Physics with its multiple implications, and the impact of the New Paradigm in Psychology in areas such as epistemology and language.
In this module, we will go through literature about the New Paradigm in Psychology and its teaching.
We will also look at the chronology of this transcendental discovery.
By the end of Module 3, students will be able to answer general questions about Unitary Perception and Holokinetic Psychology, as well as about the structure of society.
Students will learn to recognize the egocentric, temporal and hypnotic - and therefore incoherent- language. They will be capable of understanding the language that is coherent with the fact of Unitary Perception.
This space is dedicated to the composition, submission and revision of the student's Final Essay, in which he or she will integrate the knowledge acquired along the four Modules in a writing, using the polished language of Holokinetic Psychology.