How the New Science of life enriches people
Your inner human heart adds more value than your mind imagines
Discover the new approach to transforming your mental, physical and social-spiritual health.
- If you feel overwhelmed by life and you’re wondering why…
- If you’ve struggled to get help from therapists or person-centred counselling…
- If you’ve tried mindfulness and meditation only to discover that it’s just not for you…
- If Cognitive Behavioural Therapy hasn’t given you the answers you’ve been looking for…
- If your emotions feel in turmoil and you need some inner peace…
Then, Emotional Logic could open the path you are looking for.
New understanding improves your power of choice to see your way through.
Meet Dr Trevor Griffiths
Like many, I have experienced personal difficulties. For me, it was in the form of a traumatic childhood as I was brought up in a family of chaos and violence. This affected my mental health as I learned to hide my feelings, trust no-one, and divert attention away from the turmoil within me.
As I grew, I realised that this was the path to surviving – not thriving.
So, after studying Medicine at Oxford University and spending 25 years as a practitioner interested in family dynamics and mental health, I left medicine to help prevent psychological illness rather than treat it. But I discovered the method I was teaching achieved much more than that. It enriched people, and made sense of their life.
For more than two decades now, people of all ages have been empowered to create inner clarity and become masters of their emotions.
I am now an author, New Science philosopher and International Speaker. My framework, Emotional Logic, is taught in schools and social health care settings around the globe.
Emotional Logic has helped me to transform my life; it’s helped others transform theirs…and it can help you to transform yours, too.
Find the clarity you’ve been searching for
Anyone feeling confused or trapped by their emotions can navigate their way through challenges using Emotional Logic. It shows you how to make sense of unpleasant emotions so you can get clarity, take positive action, and build your resilience.
What others say…
No longer isolated or moody
“I’m discovering really profound things about people I’ve known for years. I’m also learning to share and not feel so isolated or moody. Friends say I am a lot more open, and speak my mind a lot more. One close friend said, “You appear different, and the way you talk is different.” “
Nick, systems analyst.
3 steps to emotional well-being
The principles you learn
It’s time to live life to the full