AAIT has refreshed my love for clinical work. It’s given me confidence to help with the various forms of trauma individuals come to therapy with. It’s also another way I connect with my clients when I can relate to the feelings they experience as a result of an integration- like when they feel amazed by the change and I can honestly say, “Yeah! I know that feeling!”
AAIT™ Pair a Day Training
Resolve Deeply-Layered Problems
Pair a Day is a parsimoniously elegant mechanism for integration for resolving deeply layered problems in a paradoxically contained way. It can be used to help those address issues related to:
And much more
Pair a Day is also a useful practice in our solo work for the integration of chosen opposites inspired by our personal embodiment goals, needs, and interests. A profoundly satisfying BONUS of this practice is the access it grants to the vast non-dual state of awareness with fair reliability.
Not only has AAIT significantly helped my clients, but it is so much more applicable than any other training I have done. And I have gotten to meet some incredible people along the way!
Kara Logan, L.P.C.
I took the foundations training quite a while ago. I was hesitant to use the techniques and spent (wasted) a lot of time just questioning myself and my ability to use them effectively with my clients. A couple months ago I let go of that and have been integrating the techniques into almost every session with my clients. I have seen my clients shed traumas that have been with them for years, and I’ve watched my clients flourish when I use AAIT. I have been on pins and needles and so excited for the fellowship in January! I have been telling my clients “just wait I’ll have so much more to share with you next year!” They are excited too!
Learned, practiced and witnessed a technique which unlodges trauma out of fight, flight, or freeze that immediately made an impact in treating trauma with clients.
Learned to identify and gained clarity about TIES – thoughts, images, emotions and (body) sensations that can keep us bound and negatively charged to an experience.