Persephone Institute of Psychophonetics
Unfolding Human Potential
A list of introductory and research articles.
BIBLIOGRAPHY (1986-2006) (PDF file 33 KB)
Published articles and books about Philophonetics and Psychophonetics counselling and psychotherapy
A Profile of Persephone Institute of Psychophonetics South Africa (doc97 KB) as PDF file (55KB)
the work place and the 4-fold bottom line (doc - 108 KB) as PDF file (KB)
The Relationship between Colour and Human Functioning (Abstract) (PDF file - 12KB)
Institute of Urban Primary Health Care is pleased to be associated
with the pilot research project into the effectiveness of Philophonetics-Counseling
with survivors of sexual abuse here in South Africa . This is
an area, which continues to haunt every community, particularly
the disadvantaged, as the rate of victims continues to grow. We
have noted from our experience with health promotion around reproductive
health, sexually transmitted infections and HIV/AIDS, that the
factors that impact on this incidence of abuse also impacts on
the spread of HIV/AIDS. They are part of the related issues of
power, gender inequalities, and trauma that undermine the dignity
of individuals and compromises the victims resolve to protect
themselves and their love ones from abuse of any kind. ...
therefore looks forward to this study as having the potential
and promise for effective outcomes not only in the healing of
victims of sexual abuse, but also victims of violence against
women in general. We also look forward to see how, not only professionals
but also lay persons who are active in providing care and support
for victims of HIV/AIDS and survivors of violence and abuse would
be able to use the tools and strategies approaches of philophonetics-Counseling
(Psychophonetics) to assist victims to heal themselves and become
resilient and empowered in their lives.
Joel Perry, Director of Institute of Urban Primary Health Care (IUPHC), South Africa
(Mission - The mission of IUPHC is to promote the implementation of comprehensive and decentralised primary health care through training, advocacy, monitoring, evaluation and research and thereby contribute to the improvement in health service delivery at a primary level. This includes the development of novel and appropriate models of approaches to health intervention in communities with the view to have these accepted into recognised institutions of training, state and public structures, in South Africa and the SADC Region.)
The human meeting in the Psychophonetics process can become a sacred opportunity for a higher human potential to be born, transcending culture, gender and race.
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