An experiential practicum meeting virtually once a month for two hours to train professionals wanting to use Soul Work techniques with clients.
Over the years a number of individuals (professionals and lay persons, and as such, this group is open to all) have requested a way to know more about the brain science, theory, and practice of the simple, non-intrusive Ultimate Listening™ approach that many have been exposed to by participating in one or more of the Ultimate Listening™ workshops Ted has held over the last decade. Ted also has a strong desire to pass on what he has experienced over the years leading and participating in these programs, and mentor (as best he can) those who would carry this work forward. His Ultimate Listening™ approach is based on the concept that instead of conventional methods of dealing with emotions and teaching coping strategies, instead we welcome the guests who visit us, befriend them, speak to them and learn from them. A phrase we use is a philosophy of “turning towards”, rather than away from. It is a powerful tool to use with one’s self, children, grandchildren, friends, family, and professionally. It is actually more of a way of being with than something that one does to themselves or others.
Ted had hoped to create a series of in person workshops to provide training for those interested. However, with the continuing pandemic, he has decided to instead provide this opportunity virtually on a monthly basis. This group will gather one time each month for two hours. It is open to anyone who uses or wants to use this approach in their work and would like to receive some supervision, consulting, training, troubleshooting, collaborating, sharing successes, sticky points, etc. with Ted and the other group members.
This group will be very limited in size and the cost is $100/month. The sessions will be recorded and posted to a private website to allow later viewing by members of the group.
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