Daily InspirationThe avoidance of loneliness, heartbreak and helplessness over others and outcomes is often at the root of controlling, compliant, resistant or addictive behavior. It is helpful to learn to name the feeling we are trying to avoid. When we name it, we can allow it, acknowledge it, embrace it, bring love and compassion to it, and then release it to Spirit. Denying it keeps us stuck. Naming it allows us to manage it, release it and take loving action in our own behalf. By Dr. Margaret Paul
Private Phone & Skype Sessions
Mark Lersch, MA, MIM, LPC
Phone & Skype sessions are available with Dr. Margaret Paul and other Inner Bonding® Facilitators.
What is an Inner Bonding Facilitator?A Certified Inner Bonding Facilitator is person who has trained with Dr. Margaret Paul until both the Facilitator and Dr. Paul feel that the person is an expert in Inner Bonding facilitation. Some Facilitators have had many years of training through both personal sessions with Dr. Paul and through workshops and Intensives.
Some Facilitators are professionally licensed therapists and accept insurance. However, licensure is not a pre-requisite for Certification. All Certified Facilitators have been working with clients, using the Inner Bonding process, for many years.
Facilitators-in-Training, other than licensed professionals, generally charge less than Certified Facilitators. Each Facilitator decides on his or her own rate in working with clients, and all fees go to the Facilitator. If you want facilitation and you have limited funds, you can receive much support from those Facilitators-in-Training who are keeping their fees low.
Most Facilitators and Facilitators-in-Training work with clients on the phone. Dr. Margaret Paul currently works with clients only on the phone, other than in Intensives.