What we're about
This group is proposing professional trainings to regulate unwanted emotional patterns and long-standing traumas with patients/clients. These courses are primarily for health, education and sports professionals, as well as for all who wish to help family and friends.
The class is taught by Cedric Bertelli TIPI Inc. CE Provider for LMFT, LCSW, LEP and LPCC (license PCE 5589).
The initial course meets the qualification of 24 hours of continuing education credit for MFTs, LCSWs, LEPs and LPCCs as required by the California Board of Behavioral Sciences.
We will be teaching the T.I.P.I. technique for emotional regulation. T.I.P.I. (Fr.: Technique d’Identification sensorielle des Peurs Inconscientes - Technique for the Sensory Identification of Unconscious Fears-). This process of emotional regulation is very efficient for conditions such as depression, anxiety, anger and grief, among others. Trained professionals can generally obtain a complete and permanent resolution of a specific emotional difficulty for their patients in one 30 minute session.
Several other trainings will be proposed to the members after completing the 3 day initial class:
- The T.I.P.I. certification process
- Teaching a client autonomy with T.I.P.I.: "Self TIPI"
- Teaching a goup autonomy with T.I.P.I.
- Helping a person in crisis
- Mastering the technique to help young children
Complete descriptions here: www.cedricbertelli.com or www.tipi.pro
The "T.I.P.I." technique for Sensory Emotional Regulation was developed in France by Luc Nicon, a pedagogy researcher and expert in behavioral communication. This internationally recognized technique is a result of Mr. Nicon’s discoveries in his research on the origin of fears, traumas and emotional blockages. T.I.P.I. is a technique individuals can also apply on themselves to resolve their own emotional and behavioral difficulties throughout their lives.
Currently, T.I.P.I. is widely used by nurses, psychologists, psychiatrists, coaches and therapists in France, Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg and Switzerland.