Resources are available:

We are human. We react. We are better able to thrive in our times when we learn to shift reactions to meaningful action. Based on surveys of an international group of professional coaches, counsellors and therapists trained in Logosynthesis®, it is highly preferred over other methods because it is fast, effective and delivers results!  The method is being used for healing and development, including offering relief for symptoms of depression, anxiety, PTSD, burnout, anger management and others. In addition it is being used to resolve patterns of reactive behaviour.

The following resources can help you appreciate the power of learning to shift how you respond in everyday situations – both your actions and feelings. We encourage you to take some time to explore these resources to gain an understanding of the scope of this work!

Books for everyday living:

Thriving In Our Times: From Reactions to Action using Logosynthesis® (Caswell, 2020)

Logosynthesis: Enjoying Life More Fully (Caswell, 2017)

Discover Logosynthesis®: The Power of Words in Healing and Development (Lammers, 2020)

Letting It Go: Relieve Anxiety and Toxic Stress in Just a Few Minutes Using Only Words (Weiss, 2016)

Embrace Prosperity: Resolve Blocks to Experiencing Abundance (Weiss and Lammers, 2020)

YouTube Channels & Playlists:

Thriving In Our Times Using Logosynthesis®

Let’s Talk Logosynthesis®

The Origin Of Logosynthesis® – Dr. Willem Lammers

Logosynthesis® Day Speakers

Interviews:

Cathy Caswell – Hay House Radio Interview (December 2018)

Cathy Caswell – CTV Interview (January 2018)

Websites:

Dr. Willem Lammers, Founder of Logosynthesis

Logosynthesis International Association

Cathy Caswell

Workshops, Keynotes & Coaching:

Contact Cathy at TheHealthyLivingPlan

What professionals are saying:

Developing the Base of Evidence for Logosynthesis® (The Healthy Living Plan, 2020)

Understanding the Effectiveness of Logosynthesis (Abstract)

Understanding the Effectiveness of Logosynthesis (Survey Summary, January 2020)

Comparing Logosynthesis and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) (Survey November 2018)