Supplemental Course: Structuring a BT Session

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This course will look at the many aspects that contribute to a successful BodyTalk session, oftentimes above and beyond the actual formulas you come up with. This will include everything from the important criteria surrounding your first interaction with a client all the way to the last time you see them, including:

A study of their case history

  • Explanations to give clients according to age and background

  • The actual structure of performing the session and language to describe the session

  • How to finalize the session, and explain when they need to come back

  • Client follow-up
  • A full BodyTalk session or series of sessions starts from the moment a client books their first appointment to the last session they see you for (until/unless a future issue arises). The whole process needs to be structured in a way that is supportive and effective for both the practitioner and the client.

    In this course, John will also touch upon the utilization of the different modules you’ve learned and triggers to know when to use certain modules for various situations. This will be a much shorter and simplified version of John’s two-day course on “Interphasing of the BodyTalk Modules.”

    This course counts for 2 hours of continuing education for Certified BodyTalk Practitioners' requirements.

     
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