Give your hands a voice
In this ground-breaking workshop you will learn how to give your
hands a voice and talk about what you do when you are in the treatment
room. Don’t be inhibited to talk about your work, learn to confidently
tell clients, colleagues and doctors what your hands know and do and
comfortably talk your way through a hands-on bodywork exam.
If you are like a lot of your colleagues, articulating what your hands feel
can be a challenge. Speaking about what happens under your hands is one
of the biggest struggles that therapists have when speaking with other
healthcare professionals, such as physicians, or with their clients.
Once you know how to talk about what happens under your hands you will then
confidently be able to tell clients, colleagues and doctors what your
hands know and do. Additionally, you'll be able to comfortably talk your
way through a hands-on bodywork exam.
Learn how to:
- identify your processing and communication styles
- understand how these help or hinder your communication with other people
- identify the language your hands speak.
For those wanting to be certified in a bodywork modality, such as
CranioSacral Therapy or Zero Balancing, one of the biggest struggles
that most therapists have in passing their exam is articulating what
they feel happening under their hands. Does it inhibit you from being
comfortable enough to take your exam or it prevent you from passing it?
Know that you are not alone. This something that I have mentored many therapists about.
We'll be spending the day getting you comfortable talking about what you know is happening under your hands.
We'll help you put language to what you feel. So you can then confidently
talk with colleagues and clients and talk your way through your exam.
Isn't it time that you learned how to let your hands speak?
By the end of this class you will:
- Gain more confidence when talking about what your hands feel
- Learn how to overcome the obstacles that prevent you from feeling
comfortable speaking about your work to your clients and colleagues.
- Know how to work past your inhibitions and difficulties so you can pass your hands-on exam
There is now a way that you can give your hands a voice and have succinct
ways to verbally articulate what your hands are feeling.
Requisite reading Chapters 4 & 5 of
"The Insightful Body: Healing with SomaCentric Dialoguing" by Julie
McKay at additional cost. Available through www.iahe.com, www.amazon.com
or www.CLEARInstitute.net Highly suggested reading "Success Signals" by
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