Wellness Institute Blog
The business of doing healing work is gratifying, no matter how it is that we get to engage in it. As Wellness graduates know, though, there is a power that groups have. Groups amplify and accelerate the process of evolving into our best selves. Why does this happen, and how can you create group experiences that help people through their healing processes? And, what does the promise of conducting group experiences do to increase your own abundance?
It’s true. There’s nothing else like being in a group learning experience at The Wellness Institute. Our teachers hear it all the time: Students just don’t want to see their programs end. They want to carry on working, learning, and healing with the people who have quickly become their friends. Many Six-Day graduates are curious about what comes next, so they go on to Advanced Internship. Then,once the eight-weekend odyssey of Internship at the Wellness Institute culminates in healthy completion, they ask how they can have more of what they already received. The answer is, PTI Leadership Training!
Topics: Personal Transformation
Our planet is filled with angst at the moment. From worries about the price of food to the prospect of escalating war, humanity is bombarded with information that produces tension, fear, and anxiety. Even if an individual seems to have everything anyone could possibly desire, the overwhelming pressure of society’s woes weighs heavily on the psyche.
Clients and patients often come to us complaining of the stress they feel due to life changes. Marriage, divorce, birth, death, job changes, and retirement are just a few. Who among us has never met a client struggling with these and other issues? There is no question that most people are happiest if they believe that their lives will remain predictable, and change certainly puts predictability into question.
Many psychological conditions, ranging from mild anxiety and depression to narcissism and dissociation, often lead to the life difficulties that bring people to therapy. When we first meet clients with these complaints, it might seem as though they’re ready to do just about anything to change, so they can make their lives better.