Pragmatic Psychology

By Susanna Mittermaier

Welcome to Pragmatic Psychology by Susanna Mittermaier!

Practical tools for being crazy happy

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What is Pragmatic Psychology - Practical Tools for Being Crazy Happy?

Happiness isn’t about being normal.

It’s about being you.

How much of your life do you spend trying to fix your “problems” and fit in with the norm—and then judging yourself because you are never quite good enough? What if the parts of yourself you’ve been told are weak, wrong, or just plain crazy are exactly what you need to live life fully with happiness and joy? Pragmatic Psychology invites you to see your life through a radically different and liberating perspective—one that will help you tap into your unique brilliance and create the life you want.

Susanna Mittermaier, a psychologist and Access Consciousness® facilitator, is renowned for empowering people all over the world to access their greatness through her effective approach, Pragmatic Psychology. The proven, practical tools she shares here will show you how to move beyond judgments and labels, drama and trauma to create breakthroughs more quickly than you thought possible.

You will learn:

  • Powerful questions you can use every day to move beyond self-doubt and break out of patterns that make you feel trapped or frustrated
  • Techniques for dealing with what’s really underneath depression, anger, guilt, defensiveness, and fear
  • The real reasons we resist positive change and how to get into the habit of making self-affirming choices that also lift up those around you
  • How to stop making other people’s points of view more valuable than your own inner knowing and start dancing to your own rhythm

Most importantly, Susanna Mittermaier will show you that you are much more powerful than you ever imagined. Her refreshing and uplifting insights and easy-to-use, even playful techniques will transform the way you see yourself and the wonderful possibilities and adventures that await you.

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Susanna Mittermaier is a psychologist and author of Practical Tools for Being Crazy Happy. As a worldwide speaker, Susanna offers a new paradigm on psychology called Pragmatic Psychology.

Susanna is known for her revolutionary perspective on facilitating change. Her pragmatic approach invites people to choose what works and that which creates the greatest outcome in business, leadership and their lives. Susanna Mittermaier inspires people all over the world to unveil their brilliance and to see problems and difficulties as pos- sibilities and potent choices.

Susanna Mittermaier, a pragmatic psychologist, from Vienna, Austria, was educated in Sweden at the university clinic of Lund, where she mentored the hospital staff, conducted neuropsychological testing and psychotherapy with patients and developed a new approach to psychology. Susanna discovered how clinical diagnosis are abilities rather than disabilities. They can be used as resources to create a better life if acknowledged. Being happy might not be something most people find as valuable as being successful according to the standards of this reality, but they should consider it. Being happy in a world that is dedicated to problems is one of the greatest and most inspiring accomplishments.

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