How does a Psych-K session work?

A typical session will include the participant finding an upsetting challenge and the circumstances contributing to the challenge. The participant will  then describe self-limiting beliefs they hold around the challenge. Afterwards a series of  new, life-enhancing beliefs will be co-constructed with the participant to target the specific areas of change chosen by the Partner/Client. These new beliefs will then be tested and instilled utilizing the  Psych-K processes, as they become new operational beliefs. The change process may require only a few seconds to a few minutes. Typical responses noticed by the Partner during the PSYCH-K process are relaxation, relief, unwinding, peace, a sense of ease, calm, and enhanced well being.

It is important to note that the new desired beliefs are NOT those of the Facilitator. They are solely those of the client. The more meaningful the new belief  the more powerful  the change within the subconscious mind.The Facilitator’s role is to remain curious about the circumstances being described. The Facilitator is asking questions to help the participant develop greater clarity and he is watching for signals that subconscious change has occurred. PSYCH-K is more of a team process between partner and facilitator, more “do with” rather than “do to.”

After the participant  has completed the PSYCH-K Balance process/es he/she is encouraged to engage in behaviors, thoughts, and activities that will support the new belief to further enhance the neural circuitry. Additional Balances will enhance and further support the belief changes, therefore allowing for long-lasting behavioral change.