Karen Adler is a practicing therapist for over 20 years who uses SAT in her work. Karen explains her experience of SAT in a 3 minute video.
Cherie McCoy is one of if not the best practitioner of and living example of the power of Self Acceptance Training in the field today. Her realness/authenticity transcends technique and ideology. As a result,when you work with Cherie, you sense that you have a place in her heart and mind. In short, you thereby know that you are not just a client or student. You know that you matter to her. Even now,the latest research into trauma healing confirms that this is one of the critical elements that makes sustainable healing possible. Thanks for being way ahead of your time Cherie. You are the best and I love you back in return.
Nancy Frank-Thomas, CH
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Take a moment, breathe, feel your feet and stop the voices in your head.
Self Acceptance Training can be the answer to what you are looking for to make miracles in your life- one minute at a time- with only the voice of your core truth.
Self Acceptance Training imparts life-long skills in accessing your feelings without judgement. This mode of self discovery teaches how to be grounded when challenged personally. In fact, S.A.T. teaches how to embrace your pain so that you can stand in your power. Don’t be teased by the easy road. Learn how to distinguish between temporary pleasure and life-fulfilling rewards.
Nine years ago I was introduced to Self Acceptance Training. I was already using tools froma variety of methodologies that espouse self discovery. I thought that S.A.T. would add depth to the other skills, aiding me on my path to becoming who I wanted to be.
Self Acceptance Training allowed me to see the truth of where I was on my path.
I spent a lot of time being hurt and angry. I believed that I had successfully hidden these feelings from people around me but those really close to me knew I was unhappy. I blamed others for my dis-ease. I needed to heal but I didn’t see the wounds. I didn’t understand that I had a choice in everything that I thought, said or did. In my daily practice of S.A.T. I learned that everyone has a choice over their actions. I hace a choice in acting in the pesent or from the past. How could I really move forward if everything I did in the moment came from what happened to me in my past? I learned about the real truth of Letting Go- allowing myself to feel the energy in my body without any judgement. This was a big step in becoming who I wanted to be. I learned to let go of the energy blocks that I built to protect myself without being fearful of what “may” happen. I learned to trust myself and move forward.
One of the most common aspects of human behavior tht we all share is the need to control- control our environment, control our relationships, control our desires and how others meet our expectations. It is hard to imagine how much the need for control rules our lives and how much of our energy we expend doing it. Learning how to let go of energy blocks is one way of understanding how the need for control impedes accomplishing the very goals that we desire.
Take a leap of faith in yourself. Experience Self Acceptance Training and the rewards that come with being fully present in your body and in your life.
Nancy Frank-Thomas, CH
Self Acceptance Trainer
Read an excerpt from Body Odyssey describing a Self Acceptance Training session with Cherie McCoy.