WHY ACCEPTANCE AND INTEGRATION TRAINING® FELLOWSHIP?
Our clients come to us in pain. They want to feel better, fast. They want to achieve their goals and ultimately move into a greater ease of being in life, to live from their authentic true self. To help them, most of us aim for better, faster and more sustainable ways to impact our clients, to untether them from their pain. And THAT’S just why we got into this field in the first place, to HELP, to make a DIFFERENCE.
Yet, life gets busy and we toodle along getting CEUs, but not quite making the REAL difference we know we can make, we YEARN to make. That begins to chip away at our confidence and sense of efficacy. OR we start to burn out and just lose interest. Work, this thing that can fill us with a sense of purpose AND well-being becomes a drag. Ugh.
Learning a paradigm and skills in a rich supportive environment of like-minded colleagues simply cannot be surpassed by a weekend workshop on this or that here and there, just to insure you get your CEUs. Investing in a solid, albeit innovative paradigm launches you on an adventure guaranteed (seriously) to deepen your understanding and set the stage for your practice to blossom.
To have the biggest impact, most of us aim to increase demand for our work. This way, we don’t have to constantly worry about where clients will come from. AAIT practitioners impact clients in a way few therapists and coaches can. That gets attention, allowing clients to find you. As one participant said, “Expanded skills means expanded opportunity.”
Using this trailblazing approach that gets reliable results, you will immediately set yourself apart. Equipped with the skills to help clients untether from their cloaks of pain and the false conditioned self, you will likely begin experiencing a deep satisfaction that comes from knowing you are helping real people make real change real fast.
We psychotherapists tend to have considerable doubt about letting go of old stand-by treatment strategies and interventions and try a whole new approach. That’s natural.
Yet, we live in a time of tremendous, fast paced change. Technology advances us overnight. In the same way, our healing arts professions are changing too. We have new technologies. It’s time we embrace that.