AIT Basics Seminar Online: 25, 26 September and 2, 3 October 2021
Introductory seminar for AIT theory and methods for treating trauma, negative beliefs, affects and behavioural patterns. A prerequisite for all other AIT seminars.
Time & Location
Sep 25, 2021, 2:30 PM GMT+1 – Oct 03, 2021, 9:30 PM GMT+1
Live webinar via Zoom
AIT is a gentle and effective trauma treatment or energy treatment which promotes psychological, physical and spiritual healing by treating not just the symptoms, but the originating causes of present day difficulties that fracture wholeness and block connection to spirit.
AIT integrates Psychodynamic, Cognitive Behavioural, Jungian, Transpersonal and Energy Psychotherapy. Its seminars teach clinicians thorough and effective treatments for single- and multiple-incident situational trauma as well as developmental and attachment trauma. AIT specialises in treatment for difficult and complex clinical challenges, including PTSD, anxiety disorders, and personality disorders.
AIT training follows the format of intensive three-day seminars which are didactic as well as experiential. This seminar is a pre-requisite and preparation to attend further specialist or advanced AIT seminars, such as Presence, Attachment, Multi-causal Illness, and PTSD.
In this AIT Basics Seminar, you will learn AIT basic theory and practice so you can use 3-Step Transformation, the lasting, cutting-edge energy treatment for physical, psychological, and spiritual trauma on next day with your clients. You will also learn tools for your self-care which is essential while you assist traumatised clients.
- To understand and apply the basic AIT theories and methods for healing and development of your clients and yourself.
- To identify, define and treat the cause and structure of your client’s suffering according to AIT theory.
- To treat trauma effectively and safely without re-traumatisation.
- To remove clients' unconscious resistance to their healing and transformation.
- To learn to practice AIT effectively in a remote setting (by online videolink, or by phone)
Who can attend:
Graduate-level qualifications in mental health professional training accredited by registering bodies such as BACP, BPC, UKCP, HCPC, RCP, RGN and NMC, and active registration status with the registering body and appropriate professional indemnity insurance. The qualification should include substantial clinical practice of one-to-one psychotherapy/counselling supervised by accredited supervisors of the therapeutic approach.
The course is open to trained and accredited mental health professionals as the following.
- Psychotherapist or Counsellor (UKCP or BACP registered)
- Psychoanalyst (BPC registered)
- Chartered Counselling or Clinical Psychologist (HCPC registered)
- Psychiatrist (Royal College of Psychiatrists registered)
- Clinical Mental Health Nurse (RMN).
Date and time: Friday 22nd, Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th May 2020 (9:00am - 5:00pm).
Webinar application: Video-link via Zoom. You will receive instruction on how to join this meeting near the training date.
Fees: Fixed special reduced price, in reseponse to the COVID-19 challenges: £240
Registration (until Sunday 17 May):
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Ruth Pimenta (BACP registered Psychotherapist)
Ruth qualified as a Psychosynthesis Therapist in 2000 and has been working as a therapist and trainer ever since. She has worked in social services and in the voluntary sector as well as having a private practice in North London. She has delivered training to social workers, teachers, foster careers and adoptive parents for many years. She started training in AIT in 2016 and is an accredited AIT Therapist and Trainer.
Asuka Yamashina (HCPC registered Chartered Counselling Psychologist)
Asuka has practiced integrative psychotherapy since 2006 in a variety of settings including the NHS, the voluntary sector and the education sector and currently works in a private practice in London. She started to train in Energy Psychotherapy in 2015 and AIT in 2016. Since then she has become an accredited AIT Therapist, Trainer and Supervisor. She integrates through AIT the body-mind connection and Jungian depth psychology.
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