What is Derivative Psychology?
Derivative Psychology is an approach to psychology that takes advantage of the individual instead of forcing them into a bracket. By emphasizing the Jungian 'symbols' an individual uses when they percieve the world around them and adjusting them like levers on a machine, one can tune up or tune down emotional responses that aren't constructive to one's well-being.
Where can I find out more information?
Outside of an accompanying Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/DerivativePsychology), we are just breaking onto the scene. Here's an introduction to our work on the All About Psychology website: The Unconscious Self: An Introduction to Derivative Psychology
Who are we?
We are a small group of people from a variety of backgrounds, including Biology, Psychology and Physics. The Derivative Psychology model was created after the better part of a decade by Brandon Heal and is moderated by a close knit team of friends and acquaintences. If you'd like to be considered for submitted material, please let us know.
Where are we?
Derivative exists solely through this site and our Facebook page, it's operated out of Tokyo currently but will be relocating to Portland, Oregon in the Spring of 2015.
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