A.R.T. REFRAMING AUTISM

Mini Intensives

Follow-up

Follow-up and consolidate

Mini intensives are follow-up sessions deigned to further consolidate the work, if necessary.

These are three-day consecutive programs either in person or via Zoom (1.5 hours per session).

They are based on an expectation that the student/client has completed a full intensive and is able to do a range of A.R.T. exercises. From this start point, we work to further develop capacity to engage in the exercises and locate deeper levels of connection with the body.

As with the full intensives, Holly is fully engaged and committed to the process for the three days as she takes you further into your experience of yourself. Following the mini- intensives, people have said:

“Before seeing you for the three days, he had a really challenging time coping. There were too many changes and too many things had stacked on top of each other. Resulting in meltdowns. After the three days, the kind of stacking hasn’t occurred, (even though things continued to change) resulting in less challenging highs. He has increased the frequency of especially asking to work the finger points and the ball is a work in progress. It’s so beneficial seeing you. I’m so happy for what you do and teach us.”

“He is changing so fast I can’t keep up with him. He’s been helping in the kitchen and carrying on conversations all day that are fluid and with a resonant voice. He has smiled so many times today I can’t count them all. Yesterday he read scriptures aloud during our study time – so rare! Oh, he also said he’d like to try different brushes for his hair, as it’s time that it looked better. Oh there’s too much to write at this moment. Thank you!!!”

Fees

FEES ARE IN AU$. FOR OTHER CURRENCIES, PLEASE VISIT THIS LINK FOR APPROXIMATE CONVERSION RATES. WORK WILL COMMENCE WITHIN ONE WEEK OF THE DEPOSIT PAYMENT BEING RECEIVED. PAYMENTS BY PAYPAL – NO FEES APPLY.

3 Day Mini Intensives: AU$1,650

“It is slow, and the emphasis is on listening and engaging and re-integrating. It is subtle. It is not achievement oriented, although once mastered, the achievements can be great.”

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