Advanced seminar on how to energetically treat psychological and spiritual traumas expressed as physiological symptoms, illness and disturbance in the immune system. Taught by Asha Clinton.
Time & Location
Oct 15, 2021, 3:00 PM – Oct 30, 2021, 9:00 PM
Live webinars by Zoom
Multi-causal illness seminar online by Dr Asha Clinton (developer of AIT)
Friday 29th May, Friday 5th June, and Friday 12th June
10:00 AM to 5:00 PM (EST)/ 3:00 PM - 10:00 PM (UK)
One of the areas of AIT deals with psychological and spiritual issues that are somatised and expressed through bodily symptoms or illness. For those who are interested in working on clients' physical dis-ease, we recommend this opportunity of an online seminar by Asha Clinton at a special half price of $350 in support of COVID-19 challenges. This seminar is specially offered as it deals with immune system health which is vital in resistance to infectious diseases including the COVID-19. It runs late into the Friday nights for us in the UK, but you would be able to have your dinner break when the US side is having a lunch break.
Multi-causal Illness Treatment teaches how to discover and treat the psychological causes of physical conditions. You will learn methodologies for dissipating the unusually profound resistances that many psychosomatically ill people have toward healing. The seminar provides three landmark protocols for intervening with the psychological aspects of physical symptoms and applies them to the treatment of infections and autoimmune conditions. It includes many practice segments so that participants can practice by treating each other. Some of the protocols included are:
- Body Covenant
- Physiological Malfunction Protocol
- The Illness Metaphor Protocol
- The Illness Healing Short-cut
- The Immune System Mobilisation Process
The Immune system Mobilisation Process protocol is made available to view on the AITI website’s coronavirus response page.
This seminar is also a prerequisite for the Cancer Prevention and Treatment Seminar.
Please register through the AIT Institute website