Healing Approaches In Quantum Psychology

By Stephen Wolinsky, PhD



At last, the missing piece of the dysfunctional puzzle. It is not enough to understand or even relive our childhood traumas. Dr. Wolinsky shows us how we continue to recreate those traumas in our adult lives and how to stop creating them. Every uncomfortable emotional state, and many psychosomatic symptoms, are also states of trance. Trance is the "glue" that holds the problem in the present moment. Learning to identify the kind of trance state beneath a problem or symptom gives us the tool that finally dissolves the glue.
This book offers a gold-mine of resources for those who suffer from dysfunctional patterns of behavior or for anyone who feels stuck in an undesirable emotional or addictive state. Learning to step out of the trance states that create our problems and symptoms is to learn to step into the present moment at last free of the baggage from our past.


...historic psychotherapy...

from the Foreword by Carl Whitaker, MD


I think that Dr. Stephen Wolinsky's work is a true development of the brilliance of Milton Erickson. I have already adapted his thinking to my own understanding of the therapeutic situation. It makes enormous sense to see a shame-based person as a person in an identity trance. This is cutting-edge work and I recommend it without qualification.

John Bradshaw
author of Bradshaw On The Family
and Homecoming: Reclaiming and Championing Your Inner Child
and Bradshaw on Healing: The Shame
That Binds You


I am deeply struck by your (Dr. Wolinsky's) whole approach, and think it is of great importance…I must say that I find you (Dr. Wolinsky) one of the most exciting and original thinkers in this field that I've come across in a long time.

Colin Wilson
author of The Outsider, Religion
and the Rebel
, The Occult,
Beyond the Occult,
The Quest for Wilhelm Reich,
The Mind Parasites, CG. Jung,
and G.I. Gurdjieff: The War Against Sleep


ISBN: 096261842X
List Price: $24.95
272 Pages, 5.5x8.5


Stephen H. Wolinsky, PhD, began his clinical practice in Los Angeles, California in 1974. A Gestalt and Reichian therapist and trainer, he led workshops in Southern California. He was also trained in Classical Hypnosis, Psychosynthesis, Psychodrama/Psychomotor, and Transactional Analysis. In 1977 he journeyed to India, where he lived for almost six years studying meditation. He moved to New Mexico in 1982 to resume a clinical practice. There he began to train therapists in Ericksonian Hypnosis and family therapy. Dr. Wolinsky also conducted year-long trainings entitled: “Integrating Hypnosis with Psychotherapy,” and “Integrating Hypnosis with Family Therapy.”