The use of Applied Metapsychology to address trauma and stress resolution is unique in the sense that it is completely person-centred as well as a directive. This means that the viewer (client) is encouraged to view his/her own mental environment at his/her own pace, come to his/her own conclusions and decisions, and reach an endpoint when the traumatic experience is resolved. The viewer’s responses are accepted by the facilitator (counsellor) without judgement, without offering guidance or giving advice, and without making comments or making any diagnosis. This carefully developed/well-tested approach is directive in the sense that the facilitator strictly adheres to a prescribed protocol, a specific set of communication skills and a number of rules – together it creates a safe environment for the viewer.
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