Designated observations for student practitioners ONLINE!…

I had a VSee meeting last week with some student practitioners who are interested in the observation process for certification. As you know the certification committee is allowing observations to be done in person, by dvd and also online. We discussed the possibilities of doing this as an online group experience for students who prefer not to travel for their observations. This new possibility will allow each person to demonstrate the various requirements that need to be seen online with a client. I will give you feedback and the others participating in the group will have the benefit of your feedback as well.

I have been doing group observations for 18 years. The response I typically get is appreciation for the tutoring and feedback each participant receives. It is also nice for a student to see their fellow student practitioners demonstrating the process and picking up tips from them as well. Each person in the group is able to integrate my suggestions into their practice of resonance repatterning and the group bonding and entrainment is powerful.

Once I know how many student practitioners are interested in participating in my online observation process I will create a schedule and a price structure for this offering. Please let me know if you would like to join my observation group!

Thanks, Ardis

About Ardis Ozborn

I teach Resonance Repatterning seminars throughout the world. I also offer an interactive group dynamic called Journeys with Oz.
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