1. Go toward their own inner world of pain, fear, and sadness. They must focus on it even as it grows.
2. They must share it with their partner and together they hold their collective pain. Sharing pain shrinks it.
It is to an EFT therapist what a lightsaber is to Luke Skywalker; it's Harry Potter's wand and Batman's utility belt. It's a secret weapon against the cycle, and a navigation tool. It supports all your therapeutic work but especially so in the Stage Two Change Events. So many of your questions about what to do next will be answered when you integrate the Experiencing Scale. Basically, the EXP Scale is a way to objectively measure the subjective emotional depth of your clients’ experiences.
In fact, all EFT process research has used the Experiencing Scale!
➠▷ Define each level of experiencing and exactly where we need to be in order to have a successful change event.
➠▷ Show clips of Kathryn’s work with her couples to demonstrate moving from Level 3 (reactive) to Levels 4+ (self-descriptive, exploratory, integrative).
➠▷ Learn the interventions to help move up the Scale to greater depth of experiencing for both the Pursuer and the Withdrawer.
➠▷ Learn how to work through and with the inevitable blocks to both experiencing emotion and sharing it.
➠▷ Watch clips from both Stage One and Stage Two and learn how they are different.
➠▷ Learn how to work with reactive emotion in order to access the deeper emotions, with examples from Kathryn’s work.
*If you are unable to attend the Live version you will have access to the recorded version of the webinar for 12 weeks from the start date. * CE's will be provided. * Transcripts provided.