Cost: £375 Early Bird Offer of £325 available until 16th December 2017
Are addictions universal? The longing for satisfaction from someone or something else is an ancient theme which repeats itself over and over in many forms from substance abuse to hero-worship to texting.
In this 3 day training we will explore and demonstrate revolutionary methods for healing the addicted heart, mind and body through the very practical 5 Stages of Transformation. This work blends together EFT with influences from the latest neuroscience research, extensive experience in NLP and psycho-spiritual approaches including 12 Steps.
The workshop is designed for you to learn ways to work with the addictive mindset whether it involves substances, people, thoughts or beliefs. Addictions are limitations, or blocks in the way of our true self expression – we are all limiting ourselves in some way, often subtly through attachment to certain ways of thinking and feeling. In a nutshell the Addicted Heart is a metaphor for self limitation.
This workshop teaches specific skills and tools to work with addictions, to use for yourself and with others. The Healing the Addicted Heart philosophical perspective informs the practical tools, techniques and questioning skills which are taught through each of the 5 Stages.
It is a very experiential, hands on workshop as we believe that is the best way to learn and be able to serve your clients successfully – with several one to one demos with us, group work and practice in pairs.
You do not need to be currently working in the addictions field to attend this course – but it is a must for anyone who really wants to change and grow themselves and lead others to do the same. This workshop will offer you a pathway to transformation whether or not you are, or have been, technically ‘addicted’ to a substance or anything else. It will also give you skills which can be used in any area.
However you will need to have at least a basic understanding of EFT to get the most out of this.
You will receive a Healing the Addicted Heart Attendance Certificate for the successful completion of 21 hours training.