Awareness Integration Theory is a multi-modality psychotherapeutic model that enhances self-awareness, releases past traumas and/or incomplete psychological blocks, promoting clarity and positive attitude to learn and implement new skills for an effective, productive, and successful life.
Awareness Integration Theory integrates cognitive, behavioral, emotional, and somatic techniques to create more awareness into a person’s life patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving toward self and others. Through this awareness, a person brings into consciousness the correlation between the way one perceives the world, makes decision about oneself as an identity, relates and acts toward the world as that identity, and creates results toward proving the decided upon self-identity.
Through the Awareness Integration Theory’s techniques, the person has the opportunity to bring forth the origination of the decision making regarding the self and the world, to heal the original and/or other events that have led to creation and sustainment of a negative core belief, irrational formulas/ schemas and to choose a more positive or workable belief about self and the world.
Awareness Integration Model is structured in consideration of all the areas that one faces and relates to in one’s span of life. The questions are structured to entice awareness that leads to consciousness, a sense of ownership, responsibility, and accountability toward one’s creation of thoughts, emotions, behaviors, and results.