Level 2: Individual tools and techniques

Level 2: Individual tools and techniques
  • Duration:12h
  • Dedication:3 hours a day, from 5.30pm to 8.30pm. 2 days a week
  • Dates: Part 1: 07/12/2020 18:00h - 21:00h
    Part 2: 09/12/2020 18:00h - 21:00h
    Part 3: 14/12/2020 18:00h - 21:00h
    Part 4: 16/12/2020 18:00h - 21:00h
  • Type:Inner Journey Method™ Facilitator Certification
  • Site:Online
  • Level:2
  • Course Language:Castellano
Level 2: Individual tools and techniques

About this course

You will learn how to identify strengths and weaknesses through images. How to help the person to know themselves better, to value their special combination of talents and to get the most juice out of life based on them. How to help another person delve into their subconscious to help them achieve their goals and overcome their limitations.

This training is aimed at psychologists, coaches, therapists, consultants, team leaders, counselors, selectors, teachers, trainers ... and all people who want to continue to develop their intuition and sense of service by helping others.

Certification as a facilitator requires the completion of all three levels of training.

What will you get?

  • 12 hours of training
  • Reduced price to purchase more official IJM™ image sets (€ 40 instead of € 60).
  • IJM™ Facilitator Manual - LEVEL 2
  • IJM™ Facilitators Certification Process: LEVEL 2

Meet your instructors

Rosa Oliveras
Rosa Oliveras

Co-Founder and Facilitation Expert Inner Journey Method™

Lead-Trainer in Inner Journey Method™ certification processes

Course program

  1. Learning to identify and facilitate an individual change management process.
  2. Using images to identify professional profiles and skills.
  3. Helping to reveal deep motivations.
  4. Performing a SWOT analysis through images, much deeper than the conventional one.
  5. Locating imbalances, limiting beliefs and energy leaks in the life strategy.
  6. Facilitating individual introspection and personal transformation processes.
  7. Accompanying them to contact their own values and existential meaning.
  8. Identifying what paradigm and experience of time the person experiences and how to accompany the change when that experience entails suffering.
  9. Locating "emergency doors" to be able to make the user get out of the emotion, when it can be counterproductive.

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