Therapeutic failure…Yep, it happens to the best of us. Keep reading to learn how therapeutic failure is handled by the founder of AAIT™.
Woven throughout the body of Zivorard Slavinski’s work is the influence of Roberto Assagiolo, On a low level of consciousness there are no solutions, and on high levels of consciousness, there are no problems. I’ve been leaning into my contemplation of this principle in the wake
Here we go again. Public apologies for some egregious behavior. Inevitably it falls short, often woefully short. Apparently, we all still have a ways to go on landing a genuine apology. Everyone has done things that deserved an apology. If you are not among this
Tell us about what’s lighting you up about who you serve. Since transitioning out of residential treatment and into a private practice setting this year, I’ve loved the ability to work more intentionally with men, specifically gay men and other sexual minority men. These men
As healing arts practitioners face some pretty steep challenges, our own Kara Logan and her team are meeting that challenge with Project H3. – Project H3 was created to provide relief from the day-to-day psychological, emotional, and spiritual stresses and to address compassion fatigue and
Happy New Year to you all! As if we weren’t already excited about everything happening in the AAIT™ community, we got this amazing little jingle from Susan Bryant-Nelson, a student in this year’s cohort of the Fellowship Training Group. It’s too good not to share!
My heart is full. This week, Kathy White and Jo Willey hosted the certified AAIT practitioners for a holiday gathering at their office, https://www.feldenkraisknoxville.com
Kathy White PT, Feldenkrais and AAIT practitioner extraordinaire recently shared a post on self care for families. One of the PRACTICAL suggestions is to have a morning and evening routine. Word. This is one of the best pieces of advice for ALL of us, especially healing
LEAVING WORK at WORK. This challenges lots of healing arts professionals. I know this might sound antithetical to what we normally hear about this issue — but if you find yourself mulling over some thorny issue a client is facing, so what? I mean, what
Recently I was featured on the Cornerstone of Recovery blog where I was able to share more about AAIT™. Check it out below: On the surface, Acceptance And Integration Training® — known by its acronym, AAIT™ — sounds complex and perhaps even arcane. This new approach