Which format is better, in-house or online learning?
Some students prefer the in-house, others the online format. It's a matter of which feels right to you. With the online option, a student can save money on travel expenses and may feel more comfortable in their own home. With the in-house option, students benefit from the dynamics of the classroom environment and in meeting other students face to face. Both will do the job.
Are 50 hours of training enough?
Think for a moment. Have you ever made a difference in someone's life? Had someone else ever done the same for you? Were you trained to help people? Were you licensed to do so? Were they taught, in all cases, how to help you? Of course not.
The point is, you've always been and always will be a person with a unique ability to inspire change in others. The program honors your gift while providing a direction and focus, with insights, tools, and skills to make your work with others more effective. Brain surgery requires many years of training. ASAT™ C.O.R.E. Counseling does not. It's all a matter of knowing where to look.
Is licensing required?
We are not in the business of diagnosing, treating, or prescribing. We're not doctors or psychologists; we're educators and guides along a unique path of growth and change. ASAT™ C.O.R.E. Counseling is a different profession.
If helping others rid their life of struggle, pain, and fear to create one of elegance, magical synchronicities, and fun requires a license in your state, the answer is yes.
However, to the best of our knowledge, no state currently requires licensing for the work we do.
Do you have scholarships or a payment plan?
Sorry, we do not offer scholarships or payment plans.
Who Is the course instructor?
Your instructor for both the three-weekend and online training is the course developer and ASAT™ C.O.R.E. architect Dr. Martin Hart, or an instructor personally trained by Dr. Hart.
Martin has been in private practice for over 40 years. His courses and workshops have been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, and The London Sunday Telegraph. He has also appeared on national and international radio programs discussing his unique work.
Is It OK to take the course solely for my personal growth?I don't wish to become a counselor?
Yes, of course.
You see, this course is really about you, for nothing in your life changes until you do.
C.O.R.E. is about your growth and becoming more. All healing is self-healing. The bottom line of this course is to re-awaken and reclaim the authorship of your life.