We recommend that you participate in this particular program because TAT, which has existed since 1993, has developed from being a simple method to help a person to heal from a trauma or a small problem and has become a technique far superior to all others.
Why? Is TAT not just another technique that I can learn for my toolbox of therapies?
No. When you begin to study, TAT you will be amazed at its power. When you decide to study TAT and then start to work with it, you will realize that you need to learn the whole course with all its small details since it is an all-encompassing technique. There is almost nothing that cannot be healed with TAT. The possibilities are endless. I have repeatedly heard professionals and trainers from the TAT community worldwide saying, “I have learned many techniques for healing, but I see again and again that TAT is the best and the most powerful.” I have also heard this from the students who have learned TAT from me. They begin the course with curiosity, but in the end they almost only use TAT.
TAT is amazing, not only because it is so powerful. Only when you have experienced all three workshops will you realize how broad and inclusive the technique is, and that you can work easily on various issues simultaneously, unlike many techniques that concentrate on one problem at a time. TAT is also a self- help tool needing only your own hands, thus my clients can all work through their own issues by themselves, under my guidance.
In the first workshop, you will learn how TAT can work for you; therefore, after the workshop you can start treating yourself. Then there will a break until the next workshop. During that break you can work on yourself, to cleanse and heal yourself.
During the second workshop you will go deeper to heal more, and then you will also learn to be present with yourself and with your client. Being present is a very hard, yet beautiful concept that is not present in many therapies. In most other therapies, the counselor gives advice and is very much involved. In TAT we learn to be involved as little as possible, but to be present. Being present is half of the healing.
After the second workshop, there will be another break in order to allow you to further work upon yourself and cleanse yourself some more. When you heal from all of life’s baggage, the stuff you have been carrying around for years, you become a clean, empty vessel that can contain the work with clients.
We will begin working with clients in the third workshop, after which you are will prepare yourself for the final examination, which is two sessions with two clients.
If you decide to learn TAT, I can assure you that it will be a decision that you will not regret.
You will only gain from the knowledge that you will receive and from the treasure that is TAT.
Therefore, we invite each of you to come and learn TAT for yourself, your family and your future.
So see you soon
Eliezer and Chavah Spetter
In the past, some people have received a TAT Practitioner certificate after taking a one- or two-day workshop. Others simply call themselves a TAT Practitioner as a general term claiming that they do TAT. However, this term is not legal and could easily lead people to incorrectly assume that someone advertising themselves as a TAT Practitioner is certified by TATLife’s current Certification Program. TATLife and Eli-ezer invites everyone who received a TAT Practitioner title in a previous workshop to complete our CertificationProgram.
Only Certified TAT Professionals and Trainers have the legal right and my approval to represent that they use TAT or Tapas Acupressure Technique.
Only Certified Trainers are authorized to teach TAT courses. Our Trainers give certificates of completion for courses taken, not titles. Once a person has completed all the requirements of the Certification Program and demonstrated required skills, TATLife grants them the legal right to use the title TAT Professional or TAT Trainer, whichever is applicable.
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