Wed, 19 May|
Skill sets practice: Contact Statements
Welcome to this semester second and last skill sets practice group. This time we will work on contact statements and being attached to getting it right. This practice group is for everyone that has been to at least one Hakomi training. Free of charge/on donation.
Time and place
19 May 2021, 18:00 – 20:30 CEST
About The Event
Welcome to our second practice group of 2021 where we're focusing on the skill sets of the Hakomi method. This group is perfect for you that are one the path of becoming a Hakomi practitioner or if you have some practice in Hakomi and want to learn more about the specific skill sets. You need to have been to at least one Hakomi training to join this practice group. The practice group will be facilitated by advanced students (over 50 training days) in team Hakomi Norway. We will speak English because we're an international group.
On this occasion we will focus specifically on contact statements and being attached to getting it right. To make contact statements is not about becoming a mind reader, but to build a relationship and understanding with the client. So in this practice group we will explore all the possibilities of contact statements and how you relate to yourself and the situation when a client doesn't agree with your contact statement.
The event is free of charge, but we would love a small donation to the association so that we can further our online projects.
Note that you need to have been to at least one Hakomi training with an internatiol trainer to join our skill sets practice groups. Our approach in these groups is a bit more analytical and discussion based than a regular training or our open practice groups (Hakomi Breakfast Club and Hakomi Weekend Reset). So it's important that you already have had an experience with the method on beforehand. Also, experiences with or background in similar or complimentary methods (meditation, other body psychotherapy etc.) doesn't count as a foundation for join this group.
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We're looking forward to do some contact statements with you:)