Beliefs are a powerful influence on our lives. It is common wisdom that if someone really believes he can do something he will do it, and if he believes something is impossible no amount of effort will convince him that it can be accomplished. This demonstration will show how to elicit and transform limiting beliefs through a simple methodology that engages somatic and non-verbal interactions with the client as well as verbal dialog.
BT10 Workshop 06 - Creating a COACHing Container - Robert Dilts
The ability to effectively solve problems and cope with change comes from being centered and connected with something beyond the confines of our egos. These processes are characterized by the COACHing Container™: Centered, Open, Attending with Awareness, Connected, and Holding. Creating an effective COACHing Container allows clients to access their own resources and find their own solutions. This workshop will explore how to accomplish this through verbal and non-verbal interactions.
BT10 Workshop 47 - Transforming Survival Strategies - Robert Dilts
A key issue in brief therapy involves clients’ regression into survival strategies. Survival strategies are activated by a perceived threat to our physical or psychological survival, and include: fight (attack), flight (escape), freeze (paralysis) or surrender (submit). Updating survival strategies involves reviewing key life situations and bringing new resources into these experiences at several levels.