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Natural Rest Advanced Mindfulness Certification Training
September 21 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm$3200
Julianne Eanniello, Sr. Facilitator and Trainer of Natural Rest Advanced Mindfulness and Living Inquiries, and Matt Nettleon, Facilitator and Trainer of Natural Rest Advanced Mindfulness are starting a new online certification class in September 2019. If you’ve experienced freedom from your suffering through these techniques and want to help others, or even if you only want to continue your own deepening, this course may be for you.
This training will provide you with opportunities to gain the required skills, experience, knowledge, confidence, support and deepening to meet our certification requirements, so that you become a competent and professional Natural Rest Advanced Mindfulness Certified Facilitator, if you wish to. It includes training and certification in the newer methods that have been developed at The Kiloby Center for Recovery. Once certified in NRAM, applicants may apply for available positions at the Kiloby Center for Recovery, Natural Rest Detox and Residential House, future centers to be opened around the country, work in private practice using these methods, or simply use these for your own growth and development.
Training will take place online. It will consist of approximately 10 online group calls, and run approximately 6 – 9 months. You will receive one facilitated session by each of your trainers, as well as two additional facilitated sessions from other certified facilitators who will be assisting in training. There will also be several smaller group calls with your trainers for practice/feedback time. The online group calls are typically 2 – 2.5 hours. The schedule is TBD.
In order to gain expertise, you will need to practice regularly with other trainees, once given the go-ahead by your trainers. Minimum practice time should be at least one session each of giving and receiving facilitation, per week. More often is better. In addition, you should plan on spending a minimum of 2 hours per week on self-practice. The more practice you get, the sooner your chances of being certified. As it gets closer to evaluation time, we will ask you to do some Feedback Sessions with our assisting facilitators. In these sessions, you will facilitate them, and they will give you feedback on your skills, and tell you what still needs to be worked on. This will help you prepare for certification. We also suggest that you read the book Natural Rest for Addiction by Scott Kiloby.
This training can be an intensive experience. Expect your own deficiency stories to come bubbling up to the surface. Previously unseen or unconscious triggers, stories, and emotional pain may arise during training. Although this may not happen, for many it does – and it’s totally normal. We suggest that you get to know your fellow trainees as soon as possible through the private Facebook page we will establish for this training course. We also suggest that you get comfortable sharing your experiences with each other, asking for support, and being available to support your fellow trainees. The experiences you have or that you observe in your fellow trainees can help you better understand and respond to the experiences future clients will have.
Class size is limited. Contact me at [email protected] if interested or if you have questions.