Evolution of Psychotherapy | Evolution of Psychotherapy 2009
Robert Dilts, BA
1 Hour 57 Minutes
Original Program Date :
Dec 13, 2009
Crisis, transition and transformation are three key dynamics we need to address during times of deep upheaval. It is saidthat things are always changing, but not always progressing. During times of dynamic change, many challenges will presentthemselves such as meeting the fear of the unknown and unfamiliar, dealing with loss, and a general sense of vulnerability.These can plunge us into unhelpful survival strategies: attack, escape or rigidity (fight, flight, freeze) resulting in regression,inertia and conflict. In order progress though change, it is important to cultivate qualities such as flexibility and stability,balance, connection and the ability to let go.
To describe three tools for dealing with crisis and change.
To describe two methods for transforming fear and survival strategies into more helpful responses to crisis.
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