"Change" Enrollment LevelProvides
For people who want to…
- Psychological insight
- Behavior change
- Experiential (IFS) therapy
Covers all of STJ except working with childhood origins of emotional wounds. (Stage 2)
- Engage in experiential therapy for more complete behavior change
- Augment their coaching or psychotherapy with self-therapy
- Learn how to use IFS
What is Included
Stage 1. Exploring the pattern
Stage 2: ---------------- (Stage 2 is only for the Transformation Level)
Stage 3. Exploring the capacity that transforms it
Stage 4. Working through the fears that drive the pattern
Stage 5. Creating a real-time practice that activates the capacity
You can enroll for a specific pattern or capacity at the Change Level for $14.50, which allows you to explore both the pattern and the capacity that is paired with it.
Or you can enroll for access to all patterns and capacities in STJ at the Change Level for a monthly fee of $30.
Click here for information on all enrollment levels and choices.
Click Enrollment to make your enrollment choice.
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A pattern is a way of acting, relating, thinking, or feeling that is a problem for you or others. It may keep you from getting you what you want in life. It may close you off to your own experience or your connection with others. It may cause you or others unnecessary pain. A pattern tends to be too rigid, extreme, dysfunctional, or inappropriate for whatever situation you are in.
for a list of all the patterns in STJ.
If you know IFS, click here
for a discussion of how patterns relate to IFS.
A capacity is a healthy way of being. It is a goal for personal growth. It is a way of functioning (and experiencing) that involves feeling good, getting what you want in life, and relating well to other people. Some capacities are interpersonal, such as Intimacy and Assertiveness. Some are personal, such as Ease and Self-Esteem.
for a list of all the capacities in STJ.
A wound is an underlying psychological place of pain or negative belief about yourself or the world.
A wound is caused by an incident or series of incidents or a relationship in childhood (or occasionally in adulthood) in which you were harmed, frightened, or rejected in some way, or in which you didn't get important needs met. The result is unresolved pain or trauma. For example, the Domination Wound leads you to expect to be dominated or to be afraid of being dominated. It is caused by being controlled too much as a child.
If you know IFS, a wound is a type of burden carried by an exile. For example, if you have the Abandonment Wound, it means that you have an exile who was abandoned.
You must have an access code in order to work on wounds. Click here for more information about this.