What you will get:
Last updated: 18 Nov 2018
The first bundle of introductory courses sharing the power and process of this transformational paradigm. These three courses build a comprehensive picture to introduce you to CIMBS or to deepen your understanding if you are not new to the paradigm. In a creative and unique way, client videos and processes integral to CIMBS are presented and discussed by CIMBS creators Terry and Beatriz Sheldon. Opportunities for learning and practicing will ensure that your understanding transfers into clinical skills and deepens your emotional capacity.
This bundle contains the following courses:
Disentangled: a video journey of a client in session with five different therapists.
The depth of the model is shown in this remarkable course. A unique opportunity to witness one client's real therapeutic journey with four master therapists and a CIMBS novice. Transcripts of all sessions are provided, as well as commentary and reflection from client and therapist (these are being released gradually in 2019 and 2020). Seeing master therapists in action is a priviledge which is unfortunatley rarely available, but here you can peruse at your leisure.
Initial Directed Activation Course
A course focused on the remarkable way that CIMBS sessions begin. This purposeful and deliberate activation of client's brain systems is demonstrated, taught and discussed in detail by CIMBS creators Terry and Beatriz Sheldon. We use a variety of practice exercises to ensure that you finish the course with new skills and capability.
Therapeutic Attachment Relationship Course
Sharing presentations about CIMBS by the Sheldons and much more, this course is designed to help you learn innovative ways to be even more authentic, emotionally present and attuned with your clients. We share experiential exercises that bring you rlearning to life and ensure you can make immediate use of the skills you are developing.
Access to a computer, tablet or mobile phone with an internet connection. Experience may not be optimal on a phone or smaller tablet so we urge you to use a desktop whenever possible.