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Silberer, and indicated how he arrived at the concept of ego states, including his idea of separating "adult" from "child." I have gained extensive experience two fold; working with vulnerable people in stressful situations and/or, at risk in private practice, and in a successful corporate setting with business professionals. Andreas, Steve and Andreas, Connirae (1987) Change Your Mind, and Keep the Change.

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