What is a “Facilitator”?

An Applied Metapsychology Facilitator is defined as: a person who uses the process of viewing to help you to perform the actions of viewing to achieve insights and reach your goals. A Facilitator’s function is to help you view your world and thereby to alleviate the emotional charge contained therein.

The term Facilitator is used rather than “therapist” or “counselor” because these terms imply that something is done by one person to another, which is not the case in viewing. Also, because of the educational nature of the subject, not all Applied Metapsychology Facilitators are licensed therapists or counselors.

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