This is Manual One. Here you develop all the basic skills needed for being a process facilitator. And you learn the basic tools needed to deal with the issues of just about any client who would come to see you. You aren't learning a rote system here; from the onset you learn to think with the basic principles and apply them to the person in front of you. On this level the focus is on dealing with what people want handled, being flexible enough to handle whatever it might be. Upon successful completion of this course you are eligible for the certificate of Certified Process Facilitator.
Manual Two deals with a more formal and structured path. This is where you learn about specific programs that you can take clients through. These are the more general processes that you introduce people to after their main issues are out of the way. You learn about different bands of material people are likely to go through and how you deal with them. You learn how to advance a person through major long-term steps. The focus is on methodically optimizing major areas of life. Upon completion of this course you are eligible for the certificate of Graduate Process Facilitator.
Manual Three is about breaking free from the need of a structured path, expanding on one's own. It deals with the development of advanced abilities. Also you learn about the application of processing principles to wider spheres of life than just individuals. Through this course you will make all the basics of processing your own and become a source of technical data yourself. Upon completion of the course you are eligible for the certificate of Master Process Facilitator.
To recapitulate: Manual One is about handling the person in front of you, Manual Two is about putting her on a path to greater awareness, and Manual Three is about experiencing more magic in life. Manual One gives you skill, Manual Two gives you steps, and Manual Three gives you simple fundamentals.
Be aware that processing is about developing certain practical awarenesses and skills. Even though these can be described in written materials, it is the practical part that is important. Reading all the theory doesn't make you a master process facilitator. Studying the materials, understanding the basic principles, sharpening your perceptions, and exercising the practical skills, as you will be doing in this course, can make you a master process facilitator. YOU will have to be the driving force behind this. No course will do it for you. But if you are willing, everything you need to get going is included in these manuals.
- Remember 5 times you were successful in helping somebody with communication. What was it that helped the other person?
- Sit down in a place where other people walk by. Notice something about each person you see. Notice what you learn just by watching them.