Mastering AIT Practice (MAP) Seminar, Online: 16,17,23 January 2021
Time & Location
In Basics, you learned everything you needed to work with AIT in your therapy practice. Nevertheless there often are insecurities and resistances to fully utilise and integrate this new energy psychotherapy. In MAP, we revisit and deepen many of the central AIT methods like muscle testing and diagnosis, to facilitate and support the integration of this method. MAP helps you move confidently from your first session with a client, to case analysis, to development of a successful treatment plan, to using that plan.
This seminar offers an intensive deepening and expansion of AIT practice, both for your work with your clients and for your own personal development. MAP is the second seminar required for certification in AIT.
- Introduce and demonstrate AIT and energy work to your clients
- Integrate AIT into your existing practice
- Find originating traumas when none are obvious or remembered, using the Earliest Originating Trauma Protocol and the Ture Origins Process Protocol
- Use AIT in short-term work
- Work effectively and focused through treating themes
- Do ego assessment and strengthening
Who can attend
The course is open to qualified and registered mental health professionals who have completed AIT Basics and are practicing AIT.
Date and time:
Saturday 10th October, Saturday 17th October and Saturday 24th October.
9:30am - 5:30pm.
Format: Online, live webinar via Zoom.
At reduced price of £280 in response to COVID-19 challenges.
Registration: Please register from this webpage, below. Registration closes on Friday 2nd October 2020.
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.
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.
Contact: If you have questions regarding this seminar please email: firstname.lastname@example.org