This course is designed to assist those who are desirous of leading a life of healthy self-allegiance and self-fidelity and to develop positive, friendly, inner self-talk. It is to assist students in stepping aside from ego-centredness and to arrive at a place of deep appreciation for the world around them and to embrace their experiences of it and their own roles within it. The course contains experiential components that will enhance insights and energy, as well as providing clearing and closure tools for beliefs, behaviors and blocks to self-esteem and self-awareness. It also contains 150 very practical existential questions to assist in potential pathways to the palace of personal possibilities and options.
This lecture will assist students in being able to recognise patterns of thought or behavior that create the paradox of knowing one thing but doing another, i.e. self-sabotage and provides an example of belief systems that create this dilemma.
Following this lecture, students will be able to recognise how much difference their experiences of anything can and will be once they recognise the importance of choosing a positive attitude.
This lecture is designed to assist students in the art of re-framing any situation and provides tools and techniques for installing positive energy.
This is an experiential exercise that can safely facilitate an understanding of why we attract certain situations, including relationships, into our lives and can therefore choose to break negative or unhealthy patterns of 'attraction'.
This lecture provides a tool box of emotional and physical energy-enhancing techniques that are designed to collapse any states of reversal and allow one to be in optimal operational mode.
This lecture provides students with an understanding of the impact of unpleasant, shocking or traumatic images and memories - together with simple-to-use techniques designed to collapse any fears, anxieties or disturbances connected to them.
Although mindfulness has become a popular buzzword, it is important to develop self-awareness if personal shifts are desired. This lecture provides further insights into the nature of same.
This lecture provides students with the tools and wherewithal to reduce or dissipate unpleasant or overwhelming feelings, including anger and anxiety.
This lecture will demonstrate a particular technique for students to be able to see any major past issues or memories through their present-day lenses or to see them through another person's lens.
This is a major issue for many people with unresolved hurt and anger that keeps them stuck and remaining victims of the toxicity of these feelings. Students will learn how important it is to confront this issue and choose to let go. Tools and techniques are provided for doing so.
Students will learn the impacts that words have in our lives by being given a sampling of words beginning with just one of our 26 alphabetical letters that all relate to the issue of finding and being our authentic Self.
Students will be able to relate to the importance of questioning one's own existence and have the benefit of directly using 150 questions designed to maximise their potentials, options and directions.
Student will get to hear an apt subject-related statement related to the wisdom of the ages.
This final lecture provides a download of all the references and bibliography related to this course - as well as a surprise ending and wrap-up by the instructor to celebrate students being potentially under new management and showing that 'Things Have Changed'.
Stephen (Steve) King has a B.Sc. degree in Health and Human Services and is a Registered Clinical Counsellor who is the instructor for the Udemy course entitled 'PTSD: Cleaning and Clearing Shock & Trauma'.
He is an avid runner, race-walker and triathlete who has held six national age group records, has raced at Ironman and Ultraman triathlon distances and has been a member of Canada`s national 100km team. In 2001 he became only the second Canadian ever to complete the grueling Badwater Death Valley 135 mile run and he put together a a photo journal of this challenge on Youtube, accompanied by the song ‘Road to Hell’ (written by Rea/Anton) and sung by Steve himself.
Steve was also the publisher of `Tri-Fit Quarterly`, a national triathlon magazine, author of a triathlon training log and CBC`s colour commentator for the sport of triathlon. He is also the race announcer for many sports events including Ironman Canada (now Challenge Penticton). He has an avid interest in healthy balance and wholism and in 2012 he was inducted into the BC Athletics Hall of Fame and is in the Frontrunners Walk of Fame in Victoria, BC. He was honored by a local couple of businessmen who recently produced a bobblehead likeness of Steve, which even has its own Facebook page of photos showing him bobbing up in a variety of locales around the world (Adventures of #bobblehead Steve).
Steve has worked as a Clinical Counsellor at Pathways Addictions Resource Centre in Penticton since 1989 and he authored three books on energy psychology and PTSD entitled, `Rapid Recovery: Accelerated Information Processing & Healing`, 'PTSD: Cleaning and Clearing Shock & Trauma' , 'The Book of Existential Questions' and the companion book to this course '12 Steps to Authenticity'. He also co-edited ‘Running in the Zone` and is a contributing writer to ‘Gin & Platonic and Other Short Stories with a Twist’ and ‘Triathlete in Transition’.
Steve also recorded a 16-song CD dedicated to his wife Jean entitled ‘Songs for Jean’, which can be heard by visiting CDBaby.