I provide services for the psychology of personal growth and culture, as channeled through my own experiential and therapeutic trainings and personal life experience.
Life advice presented here is based on scientific evidence and the life happenings of myself and others. And how we healed them. The core tenets of the philosophy are:
Happiness is created from being self-directed and internally validated, not through external signals of success or social dominance.
Wealth is the accumulation of experiences and assets, not necessarily possessions or status symbols.
Courage to pursue one’s ambitions and dreams — whether it be starting a business or asking the hot brunette out on a date — can be cultivated through conscious and progressive action. We are not doomed to be imprisoned by our fears or core beliefs.
Responsibility everyone has to always improve one’s own life, regardless of their disadvantages, past failures, bad genetics, or prior misfortunes.
Vulnerability, when combined with responsibility, makes one more powerful and confident, not less.
Honest Communication and authenticity increase the quality of one’s relationships, raise one’s self-esteem, and attracts the right people into one’s life.
Sexuality is not something that’s shameful or something that should be compromised or ridiculed, regardless of gender, orientation or history.
Relationships and the expectations which define them are flexible and are created through conscious decisions, not social or sexual obligations.
If these ideas appeal to you or align with your personal values, then you’ve come to the right place. This site is about seeing and learning how people have changed from using the TS self help method.
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Loz Visser has travelled the world delivering his self help program, Transform Self. Not knowing as a proud lesbian feminist, that this very program would lead him to transform and transition to a man after 50 years living as a “Butch Dyke”.
In this revealing and inspirational conversation Loz talks about how the sexual abuse he suffered as a little girl at the hands of his father, put him in an unique position to coach others through their own trauma. Loz talks about working through his pain, learning to forgive and how powerful this is.
Join host Lisa “Dano” Daniel as she ventures into diverse and divergent world of Loz Visser.