Testers Needed for Self-Therapy Journey

For the last two and a half years, I have been developing a web application, Self-Therapy Journey, where people can get help in transforming psychological problems. It is like an interactive self-help book, based on the Pattern System and IFS. It should be ready by October.

We would like to try out the application with people who are willing to use it and give us feedback afterward. We want to get feedback on how it works for you and what needs to be fixed or improved.

Soon people will be able to use the application to work on a wide variety of different psychological issues. However, right now we are looking for people who have very specific issues to volunteer in trying it out. We are looking for people who (1) tend to get angry too easily or too intensely, or (2) tend to feel like a victim instead of taking charge of their lives. Read the article about the Victim Pattern for more information. (Later we will be looking for volunteers on other issues.)

You will be able to learn about your Victim Pattern or your Angry Pattern, its underlying motivation, and where it comes from in your past. You will get a customized report about all these things based on what you enter in the application, which means that you can also use this application for guided journaling. You will also be able to set up a life practice to work on being more centered when you are triggered (for the Angry Pattern) or be more powerful and responsible for your life (for the Victim Pattern). The application will provide you with online support in carrying out the practice.

If you are interested in volunteering, email me at  earley.jay@gmail.com. Let me know the following information: (1) your phone number and (2) what time zone you are in, and (3) which of the two patterns you are volunteering for. We want to try out the application on a variety of different people, so please also let me know (4) if you are a therapist and (5) whether you are familiar with IFS.

We may have more volunteers than we can use, so you may not hear from us, but we nonetheless appreciate your volunteering.