CUBES are the future in Mental Health

Care Units for Brainmanagement and Emotional Therapy (CUBEs) are group practices, trained in Brain Management and Emotional Therapy, based on Affective Neuro Sciences and specialized in Trauma Therapy and Anxiety Disorders. A care unit is by definition focused on result obligations and scientific research.



Each team contains a mix of well-trained therapists and experience experts, who are all specialized in Anger Management, Fear Management and Grief Management and continue to look for techniques that can improve the emotional balance in these three Negative Emotional Systems (NES).



Brainmanagement is based on looking for and perfectioning techniques on and around the 7 Emotional Systems of Jaak Panksepp and recent research in Affective Neuro Science.


Emotional Therapy is the school and practice through which knowledge and skills are passed on.


Since Fear is almost the base of every psychological problem, it is our first main target.


The stimulation of the 3 Positive Emotional Systems (loving yourself = CARE System), loving your body = LUST System and loving life = PLAY System) will open up during the process of therapy and can be improved by a multitude of mental health arts (physiotherapy, physiotherapy, shiatsu, yoga, tai chi, qi gong, kiko, TRE, occupational and creative therapy,  ...).  


For our study on martial arts we work with Grandmaster Tom Pintelon (Hapkido, Kempo Karate, Taekwondo, Hapki Sun, ...) of Tangun Martial Arts

God drives a Porsche

In Belgium I got the vanity plate GOD, which stands for the Godconcept.  This concept is the foundation of Emotional Therapy and the result of years of


1. researching and reinventing Dynamic Meditation Techniques, in co-operation with psychotherapists and experience experts


2. researching and reinventing kinesthetic techniques that sustain a stable and positive effect on Fear with a capital F (Fear of Failure, Separation Fear and Fear of Change/Death/Disease)


NO ANGER MANAGEMENT, NO FEAR MANAGEMENT


NO FEAR MANAGEMENT, NO GRIEF MANAGEMENT


The car got viral on internet as did the dutch book, God drives a Porsche (coming soon in an English version



Thank you for the picture, Production House De Mensen en the TVseries Vanity Plates on VT4. 



School of Emotional Therapy

The School

The school and practice through which knowledge and skills are passed on.  The students can be teached technically and intellectually by Dynamic Meditation Therapists and Dynamic Meditation Specialists, working in CUBES.

The Godconcept

The Godconcept is a way to manage all by YOURSELF the Negative Emotional Systems, if you WANT it:

  • Anger/Guilt
  • Fear
  • Grief

The more you WANT it to work, the better the result in the short and long run.

This concept is part of the modern neurophysiological approach of the brain, described and examined bij people like Panksepp, Damasio, Rizzolatti, van der Kolk and the recent new criteria for describing and researching Mental Healt problems or RDoC

Emotional Therapy

Emotional Therapy is the school and the teaching of techniques and concepts, based on the 7 Emotional Systems and ways tot manage them (Brainmanagement).

Brainmanagement

Brainmanagement is based on years of kinesthetic research, looking for and perfectioning techniques, based on the 7 Emotional Systems of Jaak Panksepp and recent research in Affective Neuro Science.

Dynamische Meditation Therapist

After a very strict and sometimes lengthy selection and undergoing ET, a brief training of a few weeks follows and you start working independently. The selection itself means that you have convinced all the members of a CUBE that you are a good Fear hunter and have virtually no avoidance or control strategies left in real life.

Dynamische Meditation Specialist

After working in a Care Unit or CUBE for a while, anyone can become a DMSer when every other member has given its approval. It is always expected that any member uses other members for therapy. As a DMSer you can start up your own unit or CUBE.

School of Emotional Therapy

Dynamic Meditation Specialist - Coordinator of the School


Nele Decorte, is educator, LSCI practinioner, DMSer and coordinator of Brainmanagement Solutions.

Dynamic Meditation Specialist


My wife, Lies Willaert was the first Dynamic Meditation Specialist, director of CUBE 1 and 2 and  CEO of Mondieux Madame (shoes, clothes and bags in wholesale)

Dynamic Meditation Specialist

Our youngest colleague, Lombaert Naomi, comet in the field of E.T., teacher, and among others, AIHP-therapist

Dynamic Meditation Specialist

Guy Saubain, our down to earth pollice officer and quite experienced DMS-er since 2017.


His expertise in civil defense, fire brigade and other emergency services, who perform daily on the front line of life, is indispensable to us.

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Freelancers (not connected to a CUBE)

Dynamic Meditation Therapist

After a very strict and sometimes lengthy selection period, training is started after approval of each member of a Z.E.N. unit and you are free to apply Dynamic Meditation an a high performance level.


Jorn Tanghe is DMTer and coach in Ithaka te Oostende, coachingcentrum for people with disabilities.

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The Godconcept is a way to manage all by YOURSELF the Negative Emotional Systems, if you WANT it:

  • Anger/Guilt
  • Fear
  • Grief


The more you WANT it to work, the better the result in the short and long run.


This concept is part of the modern neurophysiological approach of the brain, described and examined bij people like Panksepp, Damasio, Rizzolatti, van der Kolk and the recent new criteria for describing and researching Mental Healt problems or RDoC


My first dutch pocket book analyses the 3 major destructive fears that we ( cowards,liars and terrorists ) have been cultivating:

  • Fear of failure
  • Separation fear
  • Fear of change,death,disease.

It also analyses how the emotional side of the brain works.


An English sequel on the organization of the Emotional Systems is coming soon, as will a Dutch version of the sequel and a Dutch upgrade of the pocket version.

Voor appointments: telefoneer naar ons telesecretariaat


For questions: send and reply

 
 
 
 
 

Try out some Dynamic Meditation Techniques for yourself and FEEL ...


Thor

De Hulk

My Personal History

My personal history:

 

For my 50th birthday (in 2015) my wife, Lies Willaert, wanted to give me a special gift and she had a brilliant idea.  In Belgium you can personalise the licence plate of your car, a Vanity Plate .  I loved her idea and I knew exactly what I wanted on this license plate.  At that time, we were working on the ‘god-concept’ in Emotional Therapy, so I suggested ‘GOD’ for the inscription.

 

Was Belgium ready for this revolution?

 

At first my wife wanted to make fun of me by lying about problems with the adminstration. She told me the licence plate was declined. She came up with different suggestions, but none of them intrigued me.  Superman, sport freak, … They were all quite narcissistic - maybe she’s convinced I am - but didn’t cover the load. I wanted to make a statement, a joke, a prank, a billboard and moreover, I wanted to test the rigidity of the still Catholic state of mind of our institutions.

 

A miracle occurred on my birthday and from that moment on I became a believer. Belgium is a safe country to live in and we can joke about our supreme Lord of Religion, now (we already did that with our supreme Lord of State, our King).

 

Times can change



Some personal and professional history:

 

1. The Yang, masculine or paternal side of me:

 

I was lucky to have met and been able to work with some quite impressive father-figures.

 

I am a neuro-psychiatrist specialised in...

 

1/ Systemic Therapy and Solution-Focused Brief Therapy by Luc Isebaert, psychiatrist:

 

Dr. Isebaert is director of Korzybski International (SFCST: Solution-Focused Cognitive and Systemic Therapy - the Bruges Model). He was a very good mentor and taught me to re-invent myself again and again, and to keep on looking for positive, cognitive and empathic ways to look at patients, systems, relationships and myself. 

 

2/ Psychopharmacology by Arnoud Tanghe, psychiatrist and Guido Stellamans, psychiatrist:

 

Dr. Tanghe has 2 group practices in Belgium and the Netherlands with several professionals working together.  He inherited and perfected the skills of working with the most spectacular antidepressants ever made. The spectacular healing and awakening effects of electroshock and these MAO-inhibitors - now forbidden psychopharmaceuticals in several countries - still have a place in my mind. He inspired me to work with a team and to persevere in looking for methods of healing, natural or pharmacological. 

 

Dr. Stellamans is an expert in psychopharmacology. He has worked most of his life at the Main General Hospital in Bruges. He is an expert in fine-tuning diagnostics (DSM and other) in a scientific way. He gave me the possibility to work with an excellent psychogeriatric team. During these two years of exertion, I met Gilbert Allemeersch. Gilbert is, in my own opinion, the brightest neuropsychologist I have ever met. He up-skilled me as a scholar by teaching me how to think logically, scientifically, neuropsychologically and objectively.

 

Luc and Guido worked at the same psychiatric ward in seemingly different disciplines, but both inspired me. Psychotherapy and psychopharmacology are just as compatible as Cloak and Dagger.

 

My basics for forensic psychiatry, neuropsychiatry, gerontopsychiatry and neuropsychology were enriched by the very esteemed Professor Baro, psychiatrist and formal medical director of the University Psychiatric Center of Bierbeek.

Professor Baro gave me the opportunity to specialise in psychiatry and take responsibility for my fellow-students as the leader I was born to be.

He inspired me to question everything and everybody.  Even himself …

Thank you very much, Frans and my sincere apologies for being a leader …

 

3/ Martial Arts:

 

Like any other boy, Martial Arts has always intrigued me. But I couldn’t develop my skills on my own. Thus, I am very grateful to have met a multitude of masters, thanks to my close friend and trainer for my black belt in 3 different disciplines, Tom Pintelon (Hapkido, Hapki Sun, Kempo Karate, Ju Jitsu and Taekwondo). 

 

Thank you, master Frédéric Duribreux, master Prospero and master Kanji Tokitsu (Kiko or Japanese Chi Gong).

Thank you, master John Jones, Norman and Brian Wall, Dave Atkins of The Ryukyu Association of Karate and Gung-Fu (our ‘English connection’).

Thank you, master Mark Kemp, Keith Richard and Robert Ramage of the Shin-ga-do Martial Arts Association (our Scottish and Chinese connection’).

Thank you, master Lloyd Allum of the Hakkoryu jujutsu school (a brilliant ‘Japanese connection’).

Thank you, master Han Jung Doo of the Global Hapkido Federation (Hapki-Sun, Hapkido and Taekwondo, our ‘Korean connection”)

Thank you, master 

 

Thank you, Kristien Wittevrongel (Chi Gong), Melanie Surmont (Yoga) and Tine Van Hee (Yoga).

 

Thank you, father for being an unconventional father-figure and giving me the opportunity to develop my masculine side.  It made me the best possible leader I could ever imagine.

 

2. The Yin, female or maternal side of me:

 

There are a lot of women in my life who have helped develop my feminine side. I would like to thank all of them. They don’t need the attention nor the spotlight like we, men, do. But I would still like to list the most important ones. My mother, my wife, my sister and my three beautiful daughters. Thank God for them being part of my life. They proved to be able and willing to temper my male or yang sides. Fighting fire with fire was never an option for them.