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January 12

Behavior & Mindset

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The Calling – Transform Pain into Purpose

 

Introduction to a Journey of Transformation

The alchemy of transforming deep personal pain into a guiding light for others is a journey of profound courage and purpose. Imagine a path where your darkest hours become the source of your greatest calling: to help others navigate through similar trials and emerge stronger, more whole. This is the essence of becoming a Certified PBT® Coach or Practitioner.

The Power of Empathy in Healing

In the aftermath of betrayal, everything changes. It’s a place where trust once flourished but now seems like it can never be found. When you’ve gone through this yourself and found your way back to solid ground, you carry an invaluable compass—empathy. True empathy is born from shared experience, and it is a potent force in healing. It is one thing to sympathize with someone’s pain; it is another entirely to understand it from the inside out.

Working with people who are currently dealing with the very struggles you have overcome, you bring more than expertise; you bring a shared journey. Your understanding is not theoretical—it is visceral. You speak not from a place of detached analysis but from the heart of someone who has been there and has found their way through it.

Crafting a Community of Healing

As you step into the role of a Certified PBT® Coach or Practitioner, you become an integral part of a vibrant community. There are so many people hurting who not only need your unique expertise but also value and appreciate it. In this role, your voice is not just heard; it resonates, it soothes, and it inspires.

Building a Bridge from Pain to Purpose

Pain, when left unaddressed, can lead to a life half-lived—a shadow existence where we’re not thriving, we’re only surviving. The transformational work you embark upon as a PBT® Coach or Practitioner is about more than healing; it’s about liberating the person from the chains of their pain and pointing the way to purpose. It is about making a tangible impact on someone else’s life, transforming their pain into a force for good.

A Testimonial of Transformation

Consider the story of Monica, who enrolled in the PBT® certification after enduring a personal betrayal that shattered her world. ” I love the program and the way Debi presents it. This is a delicate topic and it involves so many negative feelings. I admire Debi Silber’s tone of voice and posture, it is so peaceful and free of blame, bitterness and/or drama. I would describe this training and enlightening and absolutely transformational! Thank you so much for all you have done for yourself and the world Debi!”

The Method: A Proven Path to Healing

The PBT® certification is not a collection of theories; it is a research-based, proven method that equips you with the knowledge and tools to facilitate real change. It’s an approach that addresses the unique aspects of betrayal and the multifaceted healing process that follows. You learn to master techniques that help people progress from the initial shock and trauma to a place of strength and renewal.

The Role of a Coach or Practitioner

As a PBT® Certified Coach or Practitioner, you don’t just walk beside someone on their healing journey; you help chart the course from betrayal to breakthrough. You become a compass pointing to true north when all other directions seem fuzzy and unreachable. Your role is crucial, dynamic, and deeply rewarding. You are not only a coach or practitioner; you become a mentor, a confidant, and a vital part of a movement that empowers people to rise from the ashes of betrayal.

Embracing the Movement to Heal Betrayal

The movement to heal betrayal is growing every day, and it is fueled by people like you who have turned their own healing into a crusade to help others. By becoming a Certified PBT® Coach or Practitioner, you join the ranks of those who know how painful betrayal can be. With that understanding, you’re not content to simply move past your pain; you want to lead others out of it as well.

Enrollment: The First Step on Your Path

Enrollment in the PBT® certification is more than signing up for a course; it is the first step on a transformative path. It’s a commitment to yourself and to those you will serve. The program welcomes you into a fold of like-minded professionals, all dedicated to the cause of healing betrayal. We’ll talk all about what’s involved during our live masterclass on January 23rd and if you know it’s right for you and want to give yourself a holiday gift of an incredible certification, skip the line and register here.

A Call to Action

If you feel the pull to use your past as a key to unlock someone else’s prison, to turn your deepest wounds into tools of healing, then the PBT® certification is calling you. By joining us to learn more, you are not just choosing a new career path; you are choosing to be a light in the darkness for those who feel lost. You are deciding to make real, impactful change in the world—one healed heart at a time.

Join us for a very special masterclass on January 23rd and transform pain into purpose.

 

Dr. Debi-A Trusted Resource in an Untrusting Niche

Dr. Debi Silber, Founder and CEO of The PBT (Post Betrayal Transformation) Institute and  National Forgiveness Day is a WBENC-Certified WBE (Women’s Business Enterprise), an award-winning speaker, bestselling author, holistic psychologist, a health, mindset and personal development expert who helps (along with her incredibly gifted Certified PBT-Post Betrayal Transformation Coaches and Practitioners) a predictable, proven multi-pronged approach to help people heal (physically, mentally and emotionally) from the trauma of betrayal.

 

About the author 

Dr. Debi

A Trusted Resource in an Untrusting Niche

Dr. Debi Silber, founder of The PBT (Post Betrayal Transformation) Institute https://thepbtinstitute.com is an award-winning speaker, bestselling author, holistic psychologist, a health, mindset and personal development expert who’s created a proven multi-pronged approach to help people heal (physically, mentally and emotionally) from the trauma of betrayal.

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