Dr. Leslie Austin, Ph.D., known to her clients affectionately as "The Lion Tamer," has been an executive coach and organizational consultant in addition Leslie Austinto maintaining psychotherapy and intuitive counseling practices for over 25 years. Her client list includes Fortune 100 companies, small companies, and individuals. Dr. Austin has a Ph.D. from NYU in Performance Studies, is a licensed psychotherapist, a graduate of and former supervisor at the NYC Gestalt Associates for Psychotherapy and trained in Jungian and Core Energetics work. She is a former professor of communications, theater, and music and is currently adjunct faculty at NYU's School of Professional Studies teaching courses in coaching, leadership and management since 2008. She has been working with intuition since 1971. She is Board Approved in Executive Coaching and Behavior Modification by the Society for the Advancement of Consulting, was elected to the Mentor Hall of Fame, and is a certified Master Mentor. Dr. Austin has appeared frequently in international, national and local media for 40 years, including regular live guest expert appearances on behavior on CNN's Headline News Network.

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Practical Intuition: Deepening the Counselor-Client Relationship
July 24-28, 2017

"The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift."  -- Albert Einstein

As professional counselors (therapists, coaches, educators, HR managers, etc.), we are highly skilled at verbal communication with our clients. But what about all the other subliminal things we're sensing as we talk? If we aren't consciously also integrating our intuition into our work we're missing out on a major part of how we and our clients communicate with and relate to each other!

Have you ever suddenly gotten a clear hunch about something, ignored it because it didn't seem to make logical sense, and wound up wishing you hadn't? Intuition can seem mysterious and random, but in fact it is not. As we learn how to make systematic use of both our intuition and our logic, our interactions with our clients become more effective and relationships and counseling outcomes are exponentially improved.

In this course you will learn how to access and use your intuitive processes in simple and structured ways, integrating left-brain with right-brain perceptions. You'll practice how to distinguish what is or isn't useful. You will learn how this is how our brains are actually meant to function. Whether we look for evidence in ancient eastern philosophies or modern cutting-edge science, the conclusion is the same: we really are all connected and are constantly communicating with each other in ways we hardly understand. 

Here's what you'll learn through lectures and experiential exercises:

Monday
We are all connected: physics meets philosophy meets neuroscience. Explore evidence demonstrating instantaneous communication, the non-physical world influencing the tangible world, "spooky action at a distance," experiments in exploring your own intuition.

Tuesday
How to listen in: going quiet, distinguishing among thoughts, feelings, and intuitive flashes in the moment; becoming aware of your intuitions and integrating them with your logical thinking processes.

Wednesday
Translating hunches into language: best appropriate ways to frame, communicate, and share, your intuitive perceptions as well as your thoughts and feelings; how use them to open and deepen your dyadic connection with your client. 

Thursday
Follow your hunch, rule in/rule out, actively bringing in your thinking and feeling; finding appropriate boundaries and actively creating a more profound way to relate with your clients.

Friday
How much further can we go? Other possibilities for intuitive and energetic connections in our relationships with the world around us; mind over matter; techniques deepening our awareness and intuitive abilities, summary questions and answers.

"The person who says it cannot be done should not interrupt the person doing it."                
--  Chinese proverb

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What our alumni are saying:

"Leslie Austin opened up a whole new avenue in which I could utilize all the skills I had developed over a career lifetime. I am excited!"

"Very practical, engaging and interactive speaker"

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