FREE Live Online Workshop: 6 Essential Skills For Mastering Presence In The Helping Profession

Monday, September 18th at 8:00 pm EDT (5:00 pm PDT)

This is a live small, intimate video conferencing format. Not a mass scale presentation.

In this presentation, you will learn 6 Essential Skills for MASTERING PRESENCE in The Helping Profession:

1) Offering Clients The Gift Of High-Degree of Presence:  What is a high-degree of presence? How do you know you abide in such presence? Do you have a stable way to support clients from this presence? What does presence have to do with supporting people?

2) Cultivating Nonjudgmental, Nondirective Space: Validating Clients’ feelings, offering them directives such as “get out of your head,” or even offering positive appraisements about their behavior are ways the session space can be fouled with your judgments… which can impact safety and depth.

3) Supporting Within The Value System Of The Client: Do you superimpose what you think is healthy, normal, or advanced onto your client instead of letting them decide that for themselves? Do you have a subtle or not so subtle agenda of where you think the client should be or should go?

4) Inspiring Clients’ Innate Wisdom: Do you give advice, speak like a guru, try to fix and change the client as they express their challenges? This could be supplanting their own wisdom! I found the deepest and most lasting transformations come from the Client’s innate intelligence.

5) Effectively Working With Clients On The Unconscious Belief Level: How a professional supports the client to connect with their unconscious beliefs makes all the difference in the world as to whether they are effortlessly transformed or remain intact pulling the strings in their lives. Do you work with Client beliefs on an intellectual basis only? How would you know? Do you inspire clients to work on beliefs that are simply second-hand knowledge?

6) Supporting From a Space That Neither Focuses On The Negative Or Positive: Do you try to get a client to see the positive when they express something negative? Do you view negative feelings as a sign of not being advanced, unspiritual, unhealthy, not psychologically sound?

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