Paris PET “Live” Workshop DVD Set
This recording of a live 3-Day workshop in Paris by Dr David Lake and Steve Wells was presented in English with translation to French.
The live workshop recording will give you a practical introduction to three powerful new Energy Psychology approaches developed by the presenters: Simple Energy Techniques (SET), Advanced Energy Methods (AEM), and Provocative Energy Techniques (PET)
This material is especially useful for coaches, counsellors, therapists, EFT practitioners and other Energy practitioners who want to leverage the results they currently achieve with clients.
Warning: Adult Themes. You must have a working sense of humour, and be unconcerned with politically incorrect language since PET deliberately plays with stereotypes to promote new ways of thinking and feeling
Simple Energy Techniques (SET) is a simple and user-friendly emotional healing approach, which can provide significant relief for a wide range of emotional problems, and some physical problems. This simple process of stimulating energy points on the body for emotional and physical relief is wonderful for self-help and can also be used in therapy and coaching.
Advanced Energy Methods (AEM), draws together a range of strategies for connecting with people on an energetic level and tailoring an energy psychology intervention to help them. Using these elegant tools practitioners can get deep rapport with clients, identify and access core issues very quickly, use energy interventions which “fit” and feel right for the client, and assist clients to experience rapid and enduring changes.
Provocative Energy Techniques (PET) combines the power of meridian tapping as used in EFT and SET with humorous and paradoxical communication and techniques drawn from Provocative Therapy, Ericksonian Therapy and Brief Strategic Therapy. The result is an advanced approach that addresses the multi-level nature of problems through warmth, liberating laughter, and spontaneity.
NOTE: These DVD’s are PAL format, which is the format used throughout Europe, UK, Australia, New Zealand and much of Africa, Asia and the Middle East. If your country doesn’t use PAL, please check that your DVD player and TV can play PAL format DVD’s (most newer systems can). If they can’t play on your TV they should still play on your computer