In PSYCH-K® we call the facilitator of a PSYCH-K® change process a facilitator and not a therapist or coach. We choose this because the Facilitator supports the client’s change process. The real change takes place in and by the client. In the way we execute and talk about the PSYCH-K® processes we support this principle.
During a PSYCH-K® session we work on transforming limiting beliefs into supporting beliefs. A session always ends in naming one or more small action steps, in order to create purposeful change in daily life. Sessions can be done both in-person and virtually (via Zoom).