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Created in 2008 by psychologist Dr. Rosana Ferreira Moss, the Human Concept Group aims to discover and value the identity of the human being and develop their potential. To do this they use methodologies that have their origins in the work of Milton H. Erickson and in the anthroposophy of Rudolf Steiner.
The Human Concept Group uses principles of neuroscience (a.) and anthroposophy (b.), applied to neuropsychology, to help clients identify and understand the mistakes in judgment and choices by themselves and others, by promoting the evolution of the person in what is called System 1 (based on the faster, involuntary mental operations such as impressions, intuitions and emotions), to System 2 (anchored in slower, controlled mental operations triggered by complex reasoning based on subjective decision-making experiences, analysis, and affectivity), identified by Nobel prize winner Daniel Kahneman in his book "Thinking Fast, Thinking Slow".

a. Neuroscience: Method that studies the nervous system in its relationship with other areas of the human being, including the behavioral aspect

b. Anthroposophy: Spiritual science that seeks to fill the gap between faith and science by stimulating knowledge of one's self