“After Basics, I understood but could not execute very well.  After  MAP, I could execute and realized that there was much more to understand.  I had jumped upward by a quantum level. MAP turned on the light.”      Mark Morris, GSW



2000px-Vector_Book_blue.svgAIT BASICS Seminar:

This 3-day seminar for master’s level mental health professionals, is a prerequisite for all other AIT seminars. Basics  provides powerful, innovative, energetic methods for treating non-psychotic psychological dysfunctions quickly, gently, lastingly and easily.

Positing trauma as the cause of most psychological dysfunction, AIT offers elegant tools that can completely and lastingly transform trauma and the dysfunction it causes.  Basics provides everything needed to  begin using AIT in your practice immediately.  Basics includes:

  • Understanding AIT’s theory of traumatic causality
  • Using ideomotor cueing (muscle testing)
  • Diagnosing and correcting for neurological disorganization and reversals
  • Understanding and working with energy centers
  • Treating trauma using 3-Step Transformation
  • Treating negative cognitions
  • Instilling and developing positive qualities such as strength or compassion
  • Using AIT meditations with a client to reduce stress and encourage development                                     




MAP is required for AIT certification, and is recommended (but not required) as the second seminar you take in mastering AIT. MAP guides your basic AIT skills toward new levels of clarity, confidence, and proficiency.

Detailed teaching, case discussions, exercises and demonstrations shows you how to move easily from your first session with a client, to analyzing his/her situation, to developing a successful treatment plan.  MAP covers:

  • AIT’s analytical principles
  • Ego assessment and strengthening
  • Methods for finding hidden and multiple causes of symptoms
  • Short-term AIT for clients who need brief interventions
  • Application of AIT Basics principles to more complex issues
  • Forming a treatment plan

For information on AIT’s Advanced seminars: click here.