(Primordial Energy Activation and Transcendence) ...
is an approach to energy psychology that has been meticulously developed by Dr. Zivorad Slavinski over the past thirty years.
The field of energy psychology has been receiving a lot of attention recently as an integral complementary therapy for working with such issues as chronic pain, post-traumatic stress disorder and depression. Recent studies confirm that this approach successfully changes the clients relationship to pain and trauma, significantly decreasing the individuals reliance upon medication, improving the results of other, complementary, treatments.
PEAT is helping my clients, and myself, gain increased clarity and purpose in their career, relationships, and other aspects of their life.
PEAT methods are simple and effective to learn and apply. Once familiar with the process we are able to apply them to ourselves and others with surprising ease.
I have no hesitation in recommending that everyone become trained in the PEAT Process as it will help you become a more effective individual, parent, spouse, coach, trainer, supervisor, etc.
TO BECOME A PEAT PROCESSOR
A PEAT Processor is certified to deliver PEAT to clients. As a PEAT Trainer I am qualified to certify you to become a Processor. This involves two three-hour sessions that will certify you to integrate PEAT into your current coaching or therapy practice. Or to start your own PEAT Practice.
One hour and half-hour sessions are available, and we can often release three or four charges within an hour. I do provide discounts on the regular hourly rate for anyone that such a cost would cause more problems than the hour would solve.
My designation as a registered Master Therapeutic Counsellor, means these counselling sessions may be covered by your medical plan.
A series of PEAT sessions can be designed to guide you to:
Most packages involve 6 sessions and are provided for the cost of 5. For further inquiries schedule an information session by clicking here.
"Steve: you are a gentle bulldozer that moves people in such enlightened directions ...walking with others back to their path is an honor and you do it with such humility." Dee Dee M. Scott