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What Is Thought Pattern Management (TPM)?


Thought Pattern Management offers powerful techniques and approaches for educating the mind and communicating internally to create changes at the unconscious level of the mind -- the level that runs the body, stores the memories, and produces the mental and emotional states.

Thought Pattern Management was created by Robert Fletcher based on thirty years of development and extensive research into the processes of the 'mind-body' connection. TPM draws from the most advanced skills and teachings of NLP combined with the creative genius of Robert Fletcher and his life-long dedication to his work as a teacher, trainer, innovator, and researcher. Robert Fletcher is our own modern-day Milton Erickson.

TPM works with the natural processes of the mind and body to teach the mind-body to resolve even deeply seated issues automatically 'on its own' and often permanently. The advanced techniques of TPM can be used to help people with all forms of mental, psychological and physiological illnesses.

The TPM processes offer some of the most profound advances in personal change using tools that are simple to use and easy to learn. These simply elegant processes offer remarkable and rapid effectiveness.

Thought Pattern Management is not a medical process. Neither is it a psychological or therapeutic process, although it can be used to accomplish many of the same results desired through medical and psychological endeavors.

All the functions of the body are run by the mind. When change is made within the mind, corresponding changes can occur within the body. As mental pathways are cleared many emotional and psychological problems simply go away and cease producing the negative symptoms of mental or physical illness.

Every thought in the mind has a corresponding body response. Every movement of the body causes a corresponding response in the mind. One does not function independently of the other. This interplay of action and reaction follows set patterns developed over the lifetime of the individual. No two people have exactly the same interactive patterns. They are as individual as fingerprints. Fortunately, there are similarities in these patterns that allow us to generalize the communication processes needed to bring about desired change.

My work using TPM with clients has taken me to a whole new level of effectiveness in helping people to resolve even the most serious and difficult problems and issues. Results are often evident immediately. Many of these tools can be taught to the client, offering easy-to-use tools that can be applied to many kinds of problems beyond the work we do together. My favorite thing about TPM is the outstanding results that I have experienced myself. I am happy and excited to have such powerful and effective tools to offer to you.

For more information about Thought Pattern Management or to order Robert Fletcher's new book on depression go to www.thoughtpatternmanagement.com.

Pati McDermott, CHT
Certified Thought Pattern Management Master Practitioner (2005)
Certified Thought Pattern Management Advanced Master Practitioner (2006)