Drawing on decades of expertise and clinical practice, psychologist Dr Emma Loveridge is here to teach us how to read and interpret the DNA of our own minds.
How does the subconscious mind shape our daily lives?
Few of us would dispute the value and power of the ancient Greek maxim, Know Thyself. Growing in self-knowledge can improve our work, relationships and general wellbeing, helping us to navigate difficult life experiences and make sense of our thought patterns and behaviours; but in the millennia since the famous aphorism was inscribed in the Temple of Apollo, gaining a meaningful understanding of the subconscious mind has remained one of the most daunting challenges in human life.
Dr Emma Loveridge is here to change that. Developed with a team of scientists and researchers at the University of Cambridge, she has created a test to provide unprecedented insight into your psychological profile, innate preferences and traits.
In clear, easy-to-follow language, the Cambridge Code allows you to understand the unconscious code that makes you who you are — why you have a tendency to act, react, think and behave in certain ways in specific situations.
The results of the test reveal unconscious drivers that shape daily thoughts, reactions, desires and choices and are divided into ten key brain areas, from the competitive and rebellious brain, to the gracious and analytical brain.
This newfound self-knowledge, aided by the step-by-step analysis throughout the book, will allow you to focus on the areas that may need improvement or support, from work to family and relationships.
Tickets to this livestream event include a copy of The Cambridge Code (UK only).