Discovering new perspectives. Method of Levels (MOL) in Spanish. […]
Allison Powers established a Facebook page, WTPowersArchives, about Bill Powers’ personal archives at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. Review and indexing of the materials is underway. Archivist: Kevin Leonard. […]
Management Consultant Fred Nickols has written several papers introducing PCT in plain management language […]
Professor of psychology at Indiana UniversityÂ–Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW), collaborated with Bill Powers on Windows programs for Bill’s 2008 book Living Control Systems III. Those programs are held in this repository, together with another of other computer programs that were developed to highlight various aspects of PCT. […]
Bruce Nevin, longtime PCT contributor, has written a number of papers about PCT for linguists and about linguistics for PCT researchers. […]
The William Tuke Research Foundation was founded in 2020 by Dr. Anamaria Churchman and Danny Whittaker, inspired by a mutual interest in the interplay of mental health and social hardship, and the shared desire to create a credible research organization that marries together novel, innovative mental health research with ambitious, grassroots community projects. […]
Life – Leadership – Organization & Pedagogical Coach with over 40 years of experience.
Eva’s been writing about perceptual control and method of levels therapy since 2019. On her current site she blogs in Dutch about perception, control and method of levels therapy for a public of lay people […]
Website hosted by Dr Rupert Young, an independent researcher and technologist. […]
Hugh Gibbons’ website in support of and as a follow-on to The Death of Jeffrey Stapleton. This site introduces the idea that the sense of justice and law is rooted in our biology and therefore rather uniform around the globe and throughout history. Will is explained using the concepts of PCT. […]
er are Java versions of Powers’ original DOS programs and tutorials, with more conversions to come, such as Living Control Systems III. […]
Website supporting The Wonder Weeks: How to stimulate your babyÂ’s mental development and help him turn his 10 predictable, great, fussy phases into magical leaps forward, by Hetty van de Rijt-Plooij and Frans Plooij.
This book shows how and when the levels of perception outlined by Hierarchical PCT develop in human infants. The English edition enjoys excellent reviews, saying that the predictions about the timing and nature of infant mental development in the first 20 months are right on. […]
Site focused on PCT resources and CSG archives. CSGnet, the email list originated in 1992, can be downloaded from here and read in its entirety. Threads on various subjects, created in the early 1990s, called by some “The Best of CSGnet” are featured as pdf files, ensuring that formatting and ASCII figures are properly displayed.
The email list was shut down in December 2020, but discussion continues on the IAPCT Discourse forum. CSGnet email since 1992 is all included in Discourse. Earlier CSGnet posts from 1990, 1991, and the first part of 1992 are in this archive.
Rick Marken’s website features books, articles, demonstrations and other learning materials. The demonstrations are programmed to run using a web-browser. […]
Dutch website offering information and training on Method of Levels therapy.
Tim Carey’s comprehensive website featuring The Method of Levels (MOL). MOL is a way of talking to people or, perhaps more accurately, a way of helping people listen to themselves, and helping them resolve their emotional distress by themselves, without the therapist “getting in the way” as Tim put it. […]
Originated as a site in support of Phil Runkel’s major work People as Living Things, the site expanded to include an extensive list and presentation of PCT literature, post papers on PCT as well as and tutorials and simulations for DOS and Windows computers. The Book of Readings, aka the “PCT Handbook”, is a major reference for PCT. […]
This well developed website is maintained by Dr. Warren Mansell from the University of Manchester as an international resource for the dissemination of PCT. Includes information such as what psych students think of PCT, links to YouTube videos, presentations about the Method of Levels and much more. […]