At the beginning of the program, the individual and family members or significant others will be interviewed to develop a set of written goals or areas of desired improvement; the exact goals will vary depending on individual needs.
The individual will learn the following mental focusing techniques:
If not already completed in a prior Davis program, the program will include Alphabet Mastery and an introduction to Symbol Mastery to facilitate mastery of these elements and for practicing the use of the focusing techniques.
Davis Concept Mastery:
The Facilitator will work with the individual to model basic life concepts in clay, which include “self”, “change”, “consequence”, “time”, “sequence”, and “order vs. disorder”.
Matching Energy Dial settings with others to establish and maintain rapport.
Exercises for establishing order:
Completion of three exercises to learn how to determine order and how to create order in one’s own space.
Personalize concepts and create new orders of behavior:
Life concept principles are used to evaluate and model desired changes to personal patterns of unwanted behavior and consequences.
Exit Interview to determine that the goals of the Program have been met and that a clear grasp of the Davis tools has been achieved.
This will be provided to parents, tutors, or other designated individuals. The support training will include an overview of the concepts modeled and the importance of fostering the individual’s selfresponsibility. Typically, it will also include discussion of the exercises for establishing order, and a follow-up schedule will be agreed upon.
Davis Facilitators will provide up to six hours of follow-up services on an as-needed basis, and these are included in the Program fee. However, it is the responsibility of the individual who has received a Davis program to continue with the post-program exercises agreed upon with the Facilitator.
At a minimum, the Davis Facilitator will provide the individual with these materials: