April- October 2019
Following the Safe Conversations session, we offer continuous studies for those interested in training as a coach. Sessions two through five are designed to give you the tools and skills needed to help heal yourself and others.
The Healing Journey
What are we healing from and how do we heal? The main components for healing are insight (intellect) and experience (emotion, heart) which motivates the desire (will) to change and grow. These three parts of ourselves work hand and hand. First, we gain an increased understanding into why we behave the way we do. Next, we make a choice to open ourselves to receive and experience the unconditional love and acceptance we did not receive as children. "Love" is no longer a mysterious, scary or foreign "thing" as we tread gently on the path toward wholeness and well-being. We begin to crave the experience of integrating the sometimes unexplored or stifled parts of ourselves and move forward with hope and a longing for change and growth.
Sometimes the order in the healing journey is reversed or the awakening occurs simultaneously in the heart, the intellect and the will. Either way, it is CTP’s intent to create the educational and experiential environment to facilitate this process by providing nurturing heavenly elements. You will then have the confidence and expertise to pass it on to your family, friends and clients.
Coaching vs Therapy
A coach is not a therapist, however, the two disciplines overlap in their approaches and have similarities. Please refer to this article for a comprehensive overview of the topic.
Part One: Safe Conversations (January- March)
Part Two: Tools and Exercises Used in Preparation for FHS (April through June)
Through answering the family history questions (which identify unresolved ancestral issues and attachment styles) you will draw your own genogram.
2. Masks and Dysfunction
You will learn how we use masks as a coping mechanism for unresolved issues and will understand how to use the Masks powerpoint as a teaching tool. We will discuss trauma and learn to recognize the various circumstances when a person may need to be referred out to a therapist.
3. Childhood Story
It is important that children understand their parents life story which helps them to shift from criticism to compassion.
4. The Four Parenting Styles and Family Culture
Identifying the belief systems that were imprinted on us from our family of origin will give the insights needed to power change within the family culture.
Part Three: Deep Emotional Processing Tools Used During a FHS (July and August)
These tools help us let go of blocks/limitations from the past and create profound energetic and behavioral breakthroughs.
Part Four: FHS After-Care Program (September and October)
Inner Child work
Parent/Adult Child Communication Skills
Part Five: In-Person Seminars on the East and West Coast
(dates will be set from April through September as suited for participants)
Each person who wants to facilitate a FHS is required to attend two in-person trainings.
Cost: $499 per seminar (Full and partial scholarships available for all BFM participants)
Special Opportunity: Join Hilde in a FHS
This is an opportunity to join Hilde in a two-day FHS. For every new client Hilde will invite one of the coach graduates to team up with her. This starts with the preparation work and continues through the guidance of the family with aftercare.
Cost: $100/ month (We offer this discounted price since we are conducting a pilot coach training program from 2017-2019.)
When: Sessions run on Saturdays 2 times a month
Length: 90 minutes sessions