Body Life Skills Program

Fabic’s clinical services are all based on the Body Life Skills Program, a program that supports people to understand and change unwanted behaviour...

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What is the Body Life Skills Program all about?

The Body Life Skills Program offers a simple, practical, user friendly and life changing 3-step process bringing about lasting behaviour change.

To create lasting behaviour change, we must be willing to identify the reason why the behaviour is occuring.

The Body Life Skills program understands that all unwanted behaviour is a result of anxiety first. 

What is anxiety?

The definition for anxiety used throughout the Body Life Skills Program is:

"Anxiety is not feeling equipped to respond to what is in front of you" ~ Serge Benhayon

Anxiety ~ is what is felt in and expressed from the BODY

Not feeling equipped ~ is not perceiving you have the required SKILLS

What is in front of you ~ LIFE

Body Life Skills Diagram

With this understanding we embrace that: 

All unwanted behaviours, words, thoughts or feelings expressed from any person’s body, occur as a result of a person not perceiving they have the required skills to respond to what life has presented them at any given moment.

When a person perceives they have the required skills to respond to what life is presenting, their body is more likely to express using wanted behaviours, words, thoughts and feelings.

Thus the Body Life Skills Program is about supporting people to:

  • Identify when a body (yours or another person) is reacting (using unwanted behaviours) in response to life (the reason for behaviour).

  • Identify the reason … the part of life the person does not feel like they have all the required skills to respond to.

  • Learn the skills so they feel equipped and ready to commit to partaking in life to their full capacity.

When implemented successfully the Body Life Skills Program will bring about positive and lasting change for individuals, families, groups, organisations and government departments working in the fields of behaviour management, mental health, disability, justice, education and psychological well-being; even in cases when other attempts have failed.

For more information, please visit www.bodylifeskills.com.

For a library of videos on The Body Life Skills Program, including the ones shown here, please visit our Fabic YouTube Channel.