Basic Equipment for Recording
The learning curve for the technology needed to record sessions doesn’t have to be steep. The two basic concerns are having easy to use equipment and a manageable way to view and upload your media files. Fortunately, like most electronics gear, usability gets easier while prices continue to come down. Of course, the technology of today is often surpassed within a relatively short time. While a full review of available methods is beyond the scope of this post, the recommendations here are a good place to start. [...]
At some point during or soon after EFT training, participants start to ask for advice on recording sessions.In this 3-part post we cover first the “why”, later we’ll cover some of the “how”, including choices in equipment. Finally we’ll address how to watch your sessions to improve your work. [...]
In the course of providing supervision and trainings in EFT, I’ve become aware that certain questions tend to arise almost like clockwork as people begin to learn and apply EFT in their work. Typical recurring questions include:
- How do I know – with a given couple – where we are in the steps/stages?
- How do I more effectively evoke and work with emotion?
- How can I better recognize attachment themes as they arise?
- How do I keep from getting sidetracked by content issues?