Letting Go Of Your Knickers… Pragmatic Psychology In Action!

by Susanna Mittermaier

Have you ever taken a psychology class or read one of those books where a dead guy tells you about how the world functions? Did you get frustrated, bored and had the sudden urge to raise your middle finger, while everybody around you nodded as if they understood it all and found this the most interesting theory ever while you wondered what you seemed to be missing? You probably missed to acknowledge your awareness about the conclusions being made in what you read and that you know that you know!

How much is that exactly how you have been living your life, trying to make sense of a world that just does not make sense to you? Trying your very best to make conclusions about how things function and why they are the way they are? Trying to make those conclusions real and wondering why you are always the one not getting it, and then concluding that you are wrong?

Susanna Mittermaier, born in Vienna, Austria, is a psychologist educated at the University of Lund, Sweden, where she worked at the university hospital in the psychiatry department with psychotherapy and neuropsychological testing. She is the founder of Pragmatic Psychology and author of the #1 international bestselling book, “Practical Tools for Being Crazy Happy.” Her new book is called “Family Fairytale”.
As a highly sort after public speaker and keynote speaker, Susanna has been featured in magazines such as Forbes, TV soap, Psychology Today, Women’s Weekly, Ooom, Wienerin, Empowerment Channel Voice America, Om Times, Motherpedia, Newstalk New Zealand, Holistic Bliss and many more. Susanna offers a new paradigm of therapy called Pragmatic Psychology and is known for her ability to transform people’s problems and difficulties into possibilities and powerful choices.
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