Thanks Clover :wink:
I am a little bit proud I did all the work I did (only a little..lol).
A little bit more on it:
As an assistant (and for being a supervisor) you get a special training.
The organization (named 'I Am' in Israel) was founded by an Israeli man, who created the training, consisting elements of all kinds of approaches to be proven to work.
The training is made of processes (group/individual), games, music etc, all kinds of tools that help you see what you do in your life. Through this you become aware of your own patterns. They are highly confrontational trainings.
The man who created it and is trainer himself as well, once was a general in the Israeli army.
He said that after he had killed a soldier, and after him having given orders to others to molest the palestinian for many years, he decided that one day, he couldnt do it anymore.
The training was made to create a better world. Especially in Israel, where the people live with daily violence, this training is a great succes.
Its very down-to-earth, goal-oriented and at the same time sensitive. I have learnt a lot the times I assisted.
As an assistant yourself, you have your own training again when supporting the trainees. Its very challenging.
You participate in processes, so you go through your own stuff too.
As an assistant, and showing who YOU are, you create the safe space for the trainees to open up. So there's hard work for yourself there as well.
But I loved it.
I sometimes think to supervise again, but then when Im DP-free.