Psychosociopathology

 

What is psychosociopathology?

Psychosociopathology is anakelogy's answer to the more reductive scope of psychopathology.

 

Wellness is psychosocial. Being well always involves internal psychological factors with external social and environmental factors.

 

Psychotherapy compared with psychosociotherapy

Psychopatholgy
Psychosociopathology
1.1a   Addresses personal problems
1.2a   Sees problems as personal change issues
1.3a   Locates problems within individual
1.4a   Focus inward

Treat Individuals

2.1a   Focuses on adjusting to conditions
2.2a   Reduces your perspective
2.3a   Reinforces your alienation
2.4a   Anxiously express your needs

Internal psychology

3.1a   Avoid your life’s pain
3.2a   Serves vulnerable individual alone
3.3a   Suffer mostly alone
3.4a   Remain stressed by source of pain

Relieve pain

4.1a   Fits you into society
4.2a   Reduces you to psycho or social extremes
4.3a   Addresses psychopathologies

Generalize with others

5.1a   Emphasizes believing over relating
5.2a   Emphasizes alienation over interaction
5.3a   Emphasizes adversity over mutual benefit

Conform to norms

6.1a   Inclined to be “cispolitical”
6.2a   Inclined to be “cisjudicial”
6.3a   Inclined to be “ciseconomic”

Align with divisiveness

7.1a   Managing pain assumes personal costs
7.2a   Easing pain primarily benefits oneself
7.3a   Relieving pain may lower your social value

Private healthcare expense

8.1a   Flat or sliding fee
8.2a   Billed as an expense
8.3a   Encrypted video-chat standard pricing
8.4a   Encrypted email exchange pricing
8.5a   Being vulnerable to affordable service

Psychotherapy billing

1.1b   Addresses interpersonal problems
1.2b   Sees problems as unresolved needs
1.3b   Locates problems in power differentials
1.4b   Focuses inward and outward

Treat Relationships

2.1b   Focuses on problem-solving conditions
2.2b   Broadens your perspective
2.3b   Improves your effectiveness
2.4b   Confidently address your needs

Relationship dynamics

3.1b   Remove your life’s trouble
3.2b   Links vulnerable person to a key supporter
3.3b   Overcome with support
3.4b   Deal with source of pain

Resolve need

4.1b   Affirms your unique value
4.2b   Appreciates your psychosocial contexts
4.3b   Addresses psychosociopathologies

Your specific needs

5.1b   Emphasizes relating over believing
5.2b   Emphasizes interaction over alienation
5.3b   Find mutual benefit over being adversarial

Transcend norms

6.1b   Dares to be “transpolitical”
6.2b   Dares to be “transjudicial”
6.3b   Dares to be “transeconomic”

Move beyond divisiveness

7.1b   Resolving needs create shared ROI
7.2b   Expanding pain tolerance easily benefits all
7.3b   Solving problems can boost your social value

Shared life investment

8.1b   Progressive pricing
8.2b   Build support
8.3b   Encrypted video-chat investment
8.4b   Encrypted email exchange investment
8.5b   Having “lien” option to start from scratch

Psychosociotherapy billing

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Dismissiveness

1.1a Address personal problems

Treats individual’s complaint as something the individual is to change within oneself.

1.2a Sees problems as personal change issues

Typically view problems as something to be personally managed. If suffering

 

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1.1b Address interpersonal problems

Problems that persist tend to stem from unresolved needs where access to resources to resolve such needs remain out of one's personal control.

1.2b Sees problems as unresolved needs

View problems as persistently unresolved needs, where access to resources to resolve such needs remain out of one's personal control. Treats relationship to improve access to resources to resolve these needs.

Psychosocial remedy

1.1b Address interpersonal problems

Problems that persist tend to stem from unresolved needs where access to resources to resolve such needs remain out of one's personal control.

1.2b Sees problems as unresolved needs

View problems as persistently unresolved needs, where access to resources to resolve such needs remain out of one's personal control. Treats relationship to improve access to resources to resolve these needs.

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Internal psychology

2.1a Focuses on adjusting to conditions

Helps individuals change to life’s challenges, in the name of personal responsibility.

2.2a Reduces your perspective

Treats individual problems psychologically, as if isolated from each other. Potentially stigmatizes the most vulnerable (if implying issue resides within individual).

2.3a Reinforces your alienation

Accepts popular norm of keeping problems to oneself. Concedes to moral generalizations about what one another must need, instead of personally asking what is needed in the moment. Then has to address painful symptoms of the consequentially unresolved needs, seen as beyond individual control.

2.4a You anxiously express your needs

Nervously speak privately with counselor for private improvement. Worry about the stigma of seeking psychotherapeutic help. Rely on HIPAA to guard privacy so others don’t see the source of your improvements.

Relationship dynamics

2.1b Focuses on problem-solving conditions

Helps individuals change life’s challenges, in the cause of mutual responsibilities.

2.2b Broadens your perspective

Treats individual problems holistically in their psychosocial environments. Potentially stigmatizes greatest influencer (if carelessly hurting vulnerable individuals).

2.3b Improves your effectiveness

Dares others to join in solving common problems. Personally asks what is needed in the moment instead of conceding to generalizations about what one another must need. Then addresses disconnection between each other and behind unresolved needs, seen as driving painful symptoms.

 

2.4b You confidently address your needs

Boldly speak truth to power with support for mutual benefit. Risk stigmatizing others with the influence to exploit your vulnerabilities. Leverage verifiable improvements to attract interest and investment for further growth.

 
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Relieve pain

3.1a Avoid your life’s pain

Hate pain as a trouble to be avoided. Seek to relieve symptoms as a way to avoid pain. In short, let pain build up from unmet needs.

3.2a Serves vulnerable individual alone

Learn how much you can endure in private by dulling mounting pain. Then suffer alone until your next psychotherapy session.

3.3a Suffer mostly alone

Sit alone with therapist. Who at best can help you relieve pain of disturbing symptoms. Reinforce stigma of seeking help by blaming yourself for problems in life largely beyond your control.

3.4a Remain stressed by source of pain

Learn to cope with the constant stress from those powerfully impacting your life. Let treatment end with symptom relief. Resign to recurring symptoms inconveniencing your life.

Resolve need

3.1b Remove your life’s trouble

Appreciate pain as messenger of trouble. Seek to resolve trouble as the way to remove pain. In short, remove pain by resolving needs.

3.2b Links vulnerable person to a key supporter

Learn how much more you can endure when supported by loved ones. Then leverage your pain tolerance to remove more of its causes.

3.3b Overcome with support

Receive team support. Who together can help you resolve needs causing painful symptoms. Break stigma of seeking help by showing all could use non-blaming support for shared growth.

3.4b Deal with source of pain

Receive support to build bridges with those powerfully impacting your needs. Retain option to stay involved in problem-solving. Integrate solution with your passionate life purpose.

 
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Generalize with others

4.1a Fits you into society

Views individual as generally powerless, and at the mercy of larger forces, to which the person must learn to adjust for the whole. Helps individual to fit passively into our unchallenged dysfunctional society.

4.2a Reduces you to psycho or social extremes

Often pits self-needs (like autonomy and self-efficacy) against social-needs (like affection and belonging), enabling the pathology of swinging back-&-forth between individualism and collectivism—known in anakelogy as “reactive vacillation.”

4.3a Addresses psychopathologies

Locates problems within the individual and often within the chemistry of the brain apart from context.

Your specific needs

4.1b Affirms your unique value

Views individual as essential strand in the fabric of life, with a passionate purpose to serve some underserved need. Seeks to correct dysfunctional society with improved wellness of contributing individual.

4.2b Appreciates your psychosocial contexts

Views self-needs and social-needs as complementary and not mutually exclusive, so understood as needing focus at different “seasonal” times so that each can be more naturally resolved—known in anakelogy as “organic oscillation.”

4.3b Addresses psychosocipathologies

Locates problems between people with competing needs and often with different levels of influence.

 
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Conform to norms

5.1a Emphasizes believing over relating

Accepts dysfunctional prioritizing of indulgent believing over personally asking to know what each other needs.

5.2a Emphasizes alienation over interaction

Uncritically accepts “normative alienation” in which impersonal laws replace the role of interpersonal connections.

5.3a Emphasizes adversity over mutual benefit

Generally assumes client is pitted against the world with few if any means to change their impactful surroundings.

Transcend norms

5.1b Emphasizes relating over believing

Replaces “generalized believing” with “dynamic relating” of asking what we specifically need from each other.

5.2b Emphasizes interaction over alienation

Replaces the alienation of legalistic thinking with the personal engaging of personally expressed needs.

5.3b Finds mutual benefit over being adversarial

Invites client to replace any hostilities with a better response to the needs of others, to the benefit of all.

 
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Align with divisiveness

6.1a Inclined to be “cispolitical”

Aligns with overgeneralizing pain-relieving adversarial norms of liberalism and conservatism.

 

Typically accepts popular narrative that political outlooks are rationally chosen, and expects client to fit within these nuance-ignored political generalizations.

6.2a Inclined to be “cisjudicial”

Aligns with overgeneralizing pain-relieving adversarial norms of guilt and innocence, of accuser and accused, of complainant and defendant, of law enforcement and lawbreaker, and more.

 

Typically accepts popular narrative that adversarial justice is the best way to seek justice, with its provisional generalizations of guilt and innocence, and expects client to fit within these nuance-ignored adversarial generalizations.

6.3a Inclined to be “ciseconomic”

Aligns with overgeneralizing pain-relieving adversarial norms of employee and employer, of debtor and creditor, of consumer and producer, and more.

Typically accepts popular narrative that economic opportunities are equally available to all or that only government regulation can correct for economic inequities, and typically expects client to fit within these nuance-ignored contradictory economic generalizations.

Move beyond divisiveness

6.1b Dares to be “transpolitical”

Transcends with need-resolving specifics the adversarial norms of liberalism and conservatism.

Rises above nuance-ignored political generalizations to address the specific underserved political needs when keeping us artificially apart.

6.2b Dares to be “transjudicial”

Transcends with need-resolving specifics the adversarial norms of guilt and innocence of accuser and accused, of complainant and defendant, of law enforcement and lawbreaker, and more.

Rises above nuance-ignored judicial generalizations to address the specific judicial needs when keeping us underserved artificially apart as victims and violators, to address neglected needs impacted by both individual and state violence.

6.3b Dares to be “transeconomic”

Transcends with need-resolving specifics the adversarial norms of employee and employer, of debtor and creditor, of consumer and producer, and more.

Rises above nuance-ignored economic generalizations to address the specific underserved economic needs when keeping us artificially apart, to address neglected needs impacted by power differentials of employer-employee or creditor-debtor or producer-consumer.

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Private health expense

7.1a Managing pain assumes personal costs

You bear cost of service alone, or charged to individual’s insurer. Privately manage pain from mounting personal problems, billing insurance as if reducible to a medical expense that does not appraise its accrued value.

7.2a Easing pain primarily benefits oneself

Views pain as something typical to avoid. Once avoided, there is little if any benefit from such relief for others.

7.3a Relieving pain may lower your social value

Dulls your pain to the point of dulling your sensitivity to others things, often keeping you focused on mounting pain you initially complained as symptoms for the psychotherapist to fix.

Shared life investment

7.1b Resolving needs create shared ROI

You share cost of service among beneficiaries of resolved needs. Publicly demonstrate improvements by respectfully engaging sources of imbalance, helping them be more responsive to those as vulnerably situated as you.

7.2b Growing your pain tolerance easily benefits all

Respects pain as messenger of trouble. Patiently resolving its underlying trouble helps us all remove its pain.

7.3b Solving problems can boost your social value

Shifts focus from suffered symptoms to addressing unmet needs, creating a track record of resolving needs when overcoming stubborn problems, and seeing this clear up initial symptoms.

 
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Psychotherapy billing

8.1a Flat or sliding fee

Insurance often covers your bill, if covering your diagnosed ailment. If not covered by insurance, you either pay totally out of pocket. Or you may have a sliding-fee option. The charge is typically the same for every session.

8.2a Billed as an expense

Psychotherapy is typically viewed as a healthcare expense. And in Western culture, healthcare is a mostly private and not a communal matter. Healthcare experts view your mind as a defective object treated in a controlled environment. Healing isn’t viewed as a communally beneficial improvement.

8.3a Encrypted video-chat standard pricing

You typically must pay for the first session. eTherapy HIPPA-compliant video chat sessions typically charges between $1.75 to 4.99 per minute ($100-250 per hour).

8.4a Encrypted email exchange pricing

eTherapy HIPPA-compliant email exchanges  range between $25 to 125 per exchange (1 email from client & I response from therapist).

8.5a Being vulnerable to affordable service

You either can afford psychotherapy or not. Or you have the insurance to cover it or not, likely under Obamacare. Either way, it’s a service you access not so much by what you can do for yourself but by what others can do for you. This can easily add to your sense of powerlessness, complicating your anxiety and depression. And reason enough not to use it.

Psychosociotherapy billing

8.1b Progressive pricing

Insurance is not applicable here. Billing starts low, to allow opportunity to attract paying supporters after showing significant improvements. As you grow, then you are gradually charged more. But you share that increase with your pantheon of supporters.

8.2b Tracked as an investment

After each session, you receive notification of how much you (and your supporters) have invested toward your goal. Later, you will hopefully see the value of reaching your goal as worth far more than what you had to invest to get there. Or we know we have room for improvement too.

8.3b Encrypted video-chat investment

Value Relating provides the first session for free. After that, you are only charged 50¢ per minute during your intake session. That soon goes up to $1/min, and then doubles to $2 and no more than $4/min for each session.

8.4b Encrypted email exchange investment

Value Relating includes encrypted follow-up emails as part of this service, at no extra charge. Note these are current prices, which are subject to change.

 

8.5b Having “lien” option to start from scratch

Value Relating offers the option for those who could benefit from the service but currently cannot afford to put much if anything toward it. You are required to invest at least 10% of your own money into each weekly session. But if you cannot (for cause) we can by default keep serving you under a “lien” Learn more about the lien option here.

 
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