DEPRESSION – JOURNEY PRACTITIONER`S TRAINING
Exclusively for Journey Practitioners,
discover how to identify and clear the real causes of depression.
Informative and experiential, the workshop is based on Kevin Billet’s
personal experience of freeing himself from clinical depression.
Prerequisite: Journey Intensive
A two-day training workshop
for Journey Practitioners on Kevin’s latest work; identifying the real causes of depression and clearing it out completely. The work is based on his own experience of suffering from clinical depression, and becoming totally free from it. The course will be informative and experiential.
2-day workshop with Kevin Billett
Level II – Journey Practitioner Program
PREREQUISITE: Completion of the Journey Practitioner Program
A special Journey Practitioner training
Identify the real causes and patterns of depression using specially adapted Journey process work. Use them to help clients or loved ones who may suffer from depression. If you yourself have ever experienced anything from a mild case of ‘the blues’ through to full-blown diagnosed depression, this course will allow you to identify what’s really been causing the pattern and address it successfully.
A must if you wish to work effectively
and with the deepest clarity with a
very common client issue
Discover what depression is and what it’s not – and what worked for Kevin
Discover the background to depression and how it’s commonly treated, along with the risks, dangers and lack of effectiveness of traditional approaches over the long term. You’ll go on to find out what really causes depression – the factors, conditioning and circumstances that can be involved.
Around 359 million people worldwide (source: World Health Organization) suffer with depression and emotional shutdown. We often learn at an early age to keep our emotions in check, under wraps, hidden, and that it is easier to keep feelings or emotions at bay, especially the ‘unwanted’ ones that create discomfort for our loved ones or are judged by society as inappropriate.
Kevin designed this course to help you get to the root cause of any sign of shutdown and depression and set yourself free of any limitation. In this workshop you are guided to be open to the energy, passion, and joy of life.
At Freedom from Depression – Journey Practitioner`s Training you will
- Discover the most effective way to approach the issue as a Journey Practitioner
- Uncover some dos and don’ts that will really help you and your clients
- Experience how to get to the root causes and really clear them
- Understand the lifestyle and circumstantial factors that will make a difference over the long term
What graduates of Freedom from the Real Causes of Depression say
The workshop evoked a profound healing and a deeper state of awareness and stillness.
I’ve lived an entire lifetime under the erroneous belief that depression was a genetic inevitability, an inescapable inheritance, and one which I would see transmitted to my children. After participating in the workshop with Kevin Billett, I managed to identify the roots of this unwanted legacy, and rip it out from the very core. The workshop helps to distinguish the myths from empirical fact, and gives accessible and effective tools to deal with patterns of depression both personally as well as for use as a Journey Practitioner with clients.Nicki Forman-Levitan
Eloquent processes that empower you to experience emotions in a full, safe and complete way
Kevin’s ‘Out of the Blue’ theory of Depression and associated treatment is both refreshing and viable, empowering individuals to grow by releasing previously suppressed, blocked, avoided emotions, unhelpful beliefs and ineffectual coping strategies. Resulting in the capacity to open, allow and trust in the experience of negative Emotions, understanding that emotions like fear, anger, devastation can have the freedom to be felt and let pass. Previously these suppressed, avoided emotions were being stored as cellular memories in the body, contributing greatly to physical Dis Ease and the manifestation of the condition referred to as Depression.Dr Sian Dines