About PSYCH-K

The originator of PSYCH-K is Rob Williams. In 1988 he received the first PSYCH-K process of what he calls the ‘PSYCH-K thought form’. As a therapist, he then tested these processes and was stunned by the results that his clients suddenly achieved. The great success and efficacy of PSYCH-K he attributes to the fact that in PSYCH-K we make use of the entire expanded consciousness, including the spiritual component, the higher consciousness. The safety protocol is also unique. Sometimes, I get clients who tell me that they have been sent away from other therapists because there are contraindications to treatment. This is not the case in PSYCH-K. The safety protocol automatically indicates whether the client can get started with certain beliefs or whether something else needs to be addressed first. This ensures a quick deepening of the session to the level that really matters.

Thought and Beliefs

We do not know how thoughts and beliefs are stored in our physical brain. The client’s subconscious does know where the beliefs are stored so the own subconscious is asked to help with the transformation process.

It is also clear to us that the strength for transformation is in the person who wants the change. It is your own filters that distort the light and shine a limiting, unpleasant, light on reality. If you do not like your reality, then it is up to you to change this. You choose which beliefs you want to tackle and if you do the Workshop you can even transform them yourself and you are no longer dependent on someone to guide you through the process. In this way you promote your own autonomy.

How does PSYCH-K work?

You cannot see them (yet), but it becomes increasingly clear that thoughts form an energetic field. PSYCH-K therefore belongs to the energetic branch of psychology.

We do not know exactly how PSYCH-K works. The theoretical explanation we use to give words to this phenomenon is that the qualities of the left and right hemispheres are brought into balance. It is my belief that in the future we will be able to provide an adequate explanation of how PSYCH-K works. Since we do not yet have the scientific development for this, we must now suffice with a feeling of wonder that it is so easy to transform our limiting beliefs and stress. And trust our own experience.

What I do know is that we, as psychologists, have not understood how thoughts work. The convoluted theories, digging in the past, calling up pain and dwelling on it for a long time, have not helped us to bring lasting change to our clients. It is my hope that PSYCH-K will become a general part of the curriculum for all professionals who want to support other people with permanent positive change in a quick and easy manner.