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A step-by-step guide to therapy

Unconscious Map: The Course

Why Conventional Therapy Doesn’t Work,
and What To Do About It


The one and only way to work through your emotional baggage is to learn how to talk about it in the right way—and here’s exactly how to do it.

As a clinical psychologist in training, I see it all the time.

You, the patient in therapy, came to a difficult place in your life, so you decided to see a therapist, which was painful to admit to yourself. The therapy, however, only made your problems worse.

  • All you talk about is surface-level aspects of your life. You don’t know how to talk about what’s really going on, to get at the root of your issues.

  • You don’t know how to bring up sensitive information about yourself in a way that’s helpful to you, or in a way that makes sense.

  • When you do talk about sensitive information, you almost never feel good about it—and you may even feel stupid for sharing.

  • Your therapist asks you open-ended questions that seemed deep at the time but ultimately didn’t go anywhere.

  • You’ve spent years in therapy and your life has barely improved, if at all. Sure, it feels good to go somewhere every week and vent, but nothing has changed.

  • Your friends around you are improving in leaps and bounds, but not you—even though you do twice the “work” they do. It almost feels like your self-improvement is holding you back.

  • The therapist gives you action-based assignments, but you already knew what you needed to do before therapy. The problem was, because of emotional reasons, you couldn’t bring yourself to do it, especially on a consistent basis.

When we learn to talk through our emotional issues in the correct way, any potential for tragedy disappears.

I was in therapy for years without getting anywhere. This program showed me what exactly to do about it.
— Roy T.

The Big Secret of Therapy That No Psychologist Knows

Here’s the big secret: Therapy Has a Specific Structure.

Think about those words for a moment.


What could this mean?

It means that, unless you talk about certain emotions in a certain way, you’re never going to overcome your issues. It’s never going to happen. It doesn’t matter how much effort you put into therapy. It doesn’t matter how many times you go. It doesn’t matter how much money you spend. If you don’t talk about certain emotions in a certain way, you’re never going to overcome your issues.

And if you stopped 100 psychotherapists on the street and asked them about this structure, or why some of their patients made progress and others didn’t, none of them, absolute zero, would be able to tell you why. Most of them, in fact, would insist that the development of their patients was mostly out of their control.

Whenever a patient has made progress in therapy, it’s because they have accidentally stumbled on this structure. Even a few moments working with this structure could reap decades of confidence, compassion, clarity, and purpose. Really, that may be all it takes.

Whenever a patient has made progress in therapy, it’s often because they have come from a healthy family, and so they subconsciously mimic the pattern of communication they learned implicitly from being a part of this family.

This is, without question, the difference between people who struggle with emotional issues for their entire lives and people who can process them in a matter of weeks to emerge as though they are naturally comfortable in their own skin.

It’s not the patient’s level of trauma. It has little or nothing to do with genetic factors. And it almost doesn’t matter your family of origin…


The Seeds of Success

For the last couple of years in graduate school, I’ve spent a lot of time researching, learning from, and simply getting to know psychiatric patients from all walks of life.

Some of their stories are so devastating that you wouldn’t believe them if I told you—really.

Yet some of these patients were able to work through their issues, no matter how horrible, and emerge the other side not only okay, but much, much better for having gone through them.

The divorce made them better.

The addiction made them better.

The childhood abuse made them better.

The homelessness made them better.

The complete absence of sex and love made them better.

The years upon years of being an anxiety-riddled shut-in made them better.

Other patients, who were in therapy just as long and put just as much effort into the process, made zero improvements—and often became worse.

Of course, the patients who improved didn’t know what they were doing. And the patients who got worse didn’t know what they were doing, either. The psychologists were equally as clueless. But something was happening, and the more in-tune I became with what was happening, the more it became abundantly clear what was going on.

I realized that these “alpha” patients had a way of thinking about their mind and their emotions that the “gamma” patients simply did not.

I thought this program was only for men. But I participated in the trial and I’m happy I did. Unconscious Map: The Course works—though it’s definitely not for the faint of heart.
— Ilsa G.

The Window Into Your Thoughts and Emotions

The more I broke down this secret way of communication—and the more I realized that it meshed perfectly with my unified theory of psychology—the more determined I became to release a course on therapy that would go into exact detail about what to talk about and how to talk about it.

And that’s exactly what I’ve done.

I took all this previously mysterious material and carefully laid it out in my new program—


Unconscious Map: The Course

How To Get the Most Out of Therapy By Talking About Emotional Issues in a Certain Way

In this course, I will reveal to you:



What the psychology establishment doesn’t know about therapy—and, in fact, how their deeply held beliefs keep them from providing life-changing growth to their patients.


The unconscious system that all of us use to determine our station in life. (Hint: it has nothing to do with money or looks—and when you know how it works, your ability to be comfortable in your own skin, no matter what’s happening around you, will skyrocket.)


What several years “in the trenches” of psychiatric wards and shelters taught me about what to specifically say about an emotion and how to say it.



Which feeling states—not emotions—are the biggest killers of the therapeutic process, and how to talk about them in a specific way.


Why therapy, given the nature of our psychology, must have a specific structure, and how this structure accelerates the therapeutic process to bring you more clarity and confidence than ever before.


How to use past failure and devastation as points of reference for future success—in fact, you will learn exactly why you needed these negative experiences in order to create the life that you want.



How you can create a firmer, stronger identity—if you have a difficult time saying “no” to certain people, this is going to be crucial for you to learn.


The purpose of therapy (yes, there is one, overall goal, that encapsulates everyone) and how this purpose plays out in your life. This way you’ll know when you’re done with therapy, and you’ll know when to start back up again when you need to.


Common blunders that every therapist makes, and through committing these blunders, they unknowingly rob you of your happiness.



How to boil down your vast array of experience into a single emotional loop. The creation and realization of this loop has been, for past clients, included in the top five pivotal experiences of their lives—(as it was for me when I wrote down my loop and realized the extent to which it controlled my life completely outside of my awareness).


How my anxiety and anger diagrams we’ve all come to know and love play out specifically in the clinic. If you enjoy my theories but you’re unsure as to how they apply to your life, then this is the program for you.


How to talk about and express emotion in the correct way, and why expressing emotion in any other way will ultimately ruin your chances for success and happiness. You can also use this structure to express emotion in regular social settings in a way that makes you more likable and authoritative, not whiny and weak. (This isn’t feel-goodery or woo-woo, rather a specific process based entirely on the nature of what a human is.)



The number one reason why people don’t change, even when they truly want to, and it’s something no psychologist knows about.


How to begin every relationship with a new psychologist—(a failure to do this renders a patient nearly incapable of being honest).


The major psychological categories in your life and how every single one of your issues in subsumed in one of these three. This makes your seemingly complex, hidden psychological issues extremely palpable.



The one question that you must ask yourself to bring clarity to your issues. Paradoxically, it’s the one question I was told never to ask a patient when I was in an Ivy-league graduate program.


How to understand your maladaptive emotional loop, the unconscious way of thinking, feeling, and acting that’s been holding you back, and use it as leverage to create a healthy emotional loop. When you do this, you’ll be absolutely amazed at the extent to which previously difficult situations in your life will simply work themselves out naturally.


What one psychological concept, if unacknowledged, will completely sabotage your success outside of your awareness. Funny, no psychologist knows to bring it up since I know from firsthand experience they were never taught it in graduate school.

I truly feel lucky to be able to get my hands on this material at a time in my life when I needed it the most. It saved me way more than years and money. It saved me a chance at happiness.
— Scott R.

How much is a lifetime of therapy worth to you?

Well, I’ve done the calculations, and it’s worth approximately $18,350. This is based on the average copay multiplied by the number of weeks the average patient will spend in therapy. This doesn’t include the price of insurance, and it doesn’t include the value of the time wasted from going to a therapist for years. It doesn’t even include the fact that the therapy you would typically receive is pointless at best though most likely damaging.


Risk-free offer!

I’m so confident that this program is going to help you manage your life with a newfound clarity and purpose you’d never experience otherwise that I’m willing to let you try it RISK FREE for 30 days.

When you click the button below, you’ll be taken to a secure order page where you can download the program RISK FREE right now.


Go through the entire program, and you’ll find strategies and ways of thinking that will help you to work through your emotional issues in the exact right way. I promise.

If, after you’ve worked through the program and you find that it’s not for you, or you don’t find any useful information for your situation, simply reply to the email confirmation (that you’ll receive when you get access to the program), and write “cancel” in your message, and we’ll be happy to refund you.

If you’d like to keep the program, you don’t need to do anything else. Your credit card will automatically be billed.

Still not convinced? Some FAQs to help with that

“What if I cannot afford Unconscious Map: The Course?”

If for whatever reason the program isn’t worth it for you, it comes with a 30-day, money-back guarantee. Could you buy this program, use the information, then return it with full refund? Yes. I imagine some of you will do that but if it means getting this program in the hands of those who need it and who will appreciate it, then it’s more than worth it.

“What will I tell my therapist about this program?”

You don’t need to tell him you’re working from Unconscious Map: The Course—you can, but you don’t have to. Simply tell him at the start of each session what you would like to talk about, and talk through your emotions in the way you’re supposed to talk about them (this will make more sense once you buy UMTC). Most psychologists are total pushovers so you’ll likely receive few if any objections.

“Don’t I need a good therapist to give me insights into my life?”

Sure, that could help, but one of the benefits of Unconscious Map: The Course is it makes the need to find a good therapist mostly superfluous. You’ll get all the insights you’ll need through talking about your emotional issues in the correct way.

“If what you’re saying is true, then this program would be a big deal—why doesn’t everybody know about it?”

Psychologists are resistant to the idea that their field is simple. This would intimate we’re all the same on some level and therefore not special. Though our personal experiences are indeed unique, our emotional patterns and functions are all fairly similar. Knowing this, the structure of therapy comes down to simply asking yourself certain questions and answering them in a certain way.

Besides, most psychologists are far too concerned with getting grant money for their research that’s going to be overturned in seven years. The field is built upon poor incentives, but it puts food on the table for now, and that’s how we make sense of it.

“Why has no one thought about this until now?”

Because nobody has developed a structure of psychology until now. There is a massive bias against doing this in the field given the above reasons. If finding out you have a lot more in common with others than you previously thought bothers you, and if you’re more concerned with being validated than working through your neurosis, then Unconscious Map: The Course isn’t for you.

“What if I don’t have a therapist?”

You have a few options. First, if I’m available, then I could become your therapist. I have a program called the Unconscious Map, which is essentially Unconscious Map: The Course conducted through me.

But if I’m unavailable, I point you to the “find a therapist” page on Psychology Today. Search by insurance provider and other categories. Or you could contact your insurance directly to get a list of available therapists in your area. One benefit of Unconscious Map: The Course is you don’t need a great therapist. Sure, it helps, which is why I recommend myself, but it’s not necessary. A social worker would even be fine. An American Indian shaman would be fine. The homeless guy on the corner may even be fine. All you need is someone who you can talk with in a confidential setting.

“Can I go through Unconscious Map: The Course with a close friend or family member?”

Definitely not. Your friend or family member will have a lot of biases about you from the beginning, so their reflection would be unhelpful. Besides, it’s a bad idea to weigh down personal relationships with your baggage before you process it. And if you’re like most people, a lot of your baggage is about friends and family in the first place.

“The concept of Unconscious Map: The Course sounds strange.”

That’s not a question, but I agree—it does sound strange. This speaks to the impotence of psychology. The field has become so inept that we need to start tricking our therapists into giving us good therapy. Oh well, that’s where we are right now so that’s what we’re going to work with.


Recap and price

  • More than 3.5 hours of theory and definite instruction on how to get the most out of therapy.

  • Easy-to-follow, succinct worksheets and assignments.

  • A lifetime of therapy in 12 weeks.


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