In my research, I reviewed the differences and similarities in hundreds of psychotherapeutic approaches, and I found that there is no real 'therapy', but a special situation in which the 'therapist' creates for the 'client' a temporary sense of a safe place. Only thanks to this sense of safety the client can identify and listen to his own feelings and sometimes even change them.
Thus, I found that the sense of a safe place that help us cope with our natural death anxiety is the efficient practice of our emotional skills. Instead of 'healing' or manipulating my clients, I taught them how to identify their emotional skills and improve them by themselves, by regular practice, without being dependent on therapists or counselors.
Our emotional skills enable us to identify reality and navigate in the world, to create relationships, to avoid dangerous and to create a safe place in each moment of our lives. Although our emotional skills are so vital, we were never taught how to use them, and only few do it efficiently.
By practicing our emotional skills, we also create our personal narrative, which is our life story and our unique character and personality. As long as we practice our emotional skills, we can regain control on our life story and better navigate in the world.
The method of Emotional Training is based on seven emotional skills, which are essential for survival. Emotional Training is not 'therapy' or a manual for solving crises, but a practical method that prevents crises and enables us to realize our personal potential.
Emotional Training is an efficient way to improve interpersonal relationships, parenthood, duality, and to cope with trauma and changes and to improve our personal capacities.
Practicing the emotional skills is not external 'therapy' but a daily practice. I can help you do that through the Internet, in the online clinic, and also in seven-day seminars in our beautiful village in Bulgaria (for couples, parents, PTSD victims, directors, etc.).
You can also meet me and explore Emotional Training in the open forum on this site.
For details, please write to me: firstname.lastname@example.org