Somatic & Energetic Resourcing: Facilitating Clients Living Authentically

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Transformation Media Books, Feb 20, 2015 - Psychology - 224 pages
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 Is the mental health profession on the right track?

Are we asking clients to fit into a box? Are we medicating symptoms that are really signals from our innate Truth pointing to what requires change? Is the US health care system excluding effective methods that can return clients to Authentic Living?  

What if we helped clients discover who they really are?

This book is for practitioners who are truly interested in facilitating their clients to Live Authentically. It will challenge you to do the same. Your embodiment of the spirit of the work will open up a whole new way for facilitating change.  

Somatic & Energetic Resourcing provides a wealth of tools for practitioners to use for themselves, and with clients, to discover Truth and build core stability. These tools begin a journey of discovery—the difference between ego/personality/false selves, and your Authentic Selves. They offer a way to assess and prepare your clients for trauma resolution work. They strengthen your relationship, create a more stable core sense of self, and provide your client tools for handling strong emotions that often emerge when using EMDR and other trauma resolution therapies.

I invite you to step out of the box, and be the model of Living Authentically™.

 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Chapter
10
Testing Safety Relationship
94
Recognizing Truth
117
10
137
18
155
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About the author (2015)

Debra Littrell, ᴍᴀ, ʟᴍʜᴄ, has worked in the field of mental health since 1977. She has worked in locked psychiatric settings, crisis centers, juvenile justice, social services, mental health, and private practice. Ten years into her career she noticed traditional methods for treatment were not providing change for a significant number of people, and began exploring alternative modalities. She is well versed in both traditional and non-traditional approaches.

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