In the 1950s, A fairly unusual be-spectacled and slender Lieutenant Gilbert Daniels was tasked to solve one of the biggest problems in the US Air Force: Plane crashes.
What he unravelled in the process holds a unique lesson for psychotherapists, and why we have been failing to implement and scale “evidence-based” practices as we try to fit the “average person” instead of the individual.
- The story of Gilbert Daniels was taken from Todd Rose’s book, The End of Average.
- Here’s a link to Gilbert Daniels 1952 article The “Average Man.”
- Following the GPS: Three Japanese students drove into the sea.
- First segment of the podcast is based on the blogpost Adjustable Seats
- Carl Rogers Sayin that he is not a “Rogerian” Carl Rogers Person Centered Approach Documentary
- Carl Jung saying he is not a “Jungian,” see Carl Jung, Jung: A Biography [Hannah], Page 78.