WHAT IS EEP?
External Experiential Processing (EEP) is a model developed and tested by our CEO and founder Seth Atwater (MAMFT). Our community support specialists help people to better understand, externalize, and process their experiences through the medium of stories and literature, leading to a more complete form of healing than other modern methods. Find out more by going to our about us page, or start learning how to use EEP to improve your own life by becoming a patron member of Atwater Healing and by booking an appointment for a free consultation.BECOME A PATRON MEMBER
YOU CAN CHANGE
As a Christian based organization we believe that no matter what your background you can make positive change in your life using our tools like the change wheel, which mimics the process of repentance (a word that means change). We use scripture in our content where applicable to demonstrate this and other principles. We are also happy to serve non-Christian clients and always take into account their personal values and beliefs when meeting for sessions.LEARN MORE
HELP US HELP OUR Community
Your sponsorship can help make a change in people’s lives. All profits we receive from our patron membership program go towards:
- Making our community support services available to everyone, whether they can afford it or not
- Maintaining and expanding our business so we can provide service to more people in more places across the country
GET ACCESS TO LIFE-CHANGING TOOLS
One key feature of our membership program is the healing tools that Seth Atwater (MAMFT) has been developing for nearly two decades, which are readily available for all our patron members right here on our website! Soon all of these tools will also be accompanied by a short video explanation of how to use them to make positive change in your life.learn more
BE A PART OF OUR COMMUNITY
Atwater Healing runs many local and online community events that you can be a part of! Depending on the subscription tier our patron members can get access to community groups, discussion boards, book club livestreams, and discounts or even free passes for all our local events. VIP patrons will even be able to get a behind the scenes look at the tools we are currently developing and the books we are working on.learn more
COMMUNITY SUPPORT SERVICES
We provide real, meaningful support in all areas of your life. At Atwater Healing we believe you can change, and our Community Support Specialists (CSSs) are professionally trained to help you make the positive change you want to make.
Contact us at (417)-669-5435 or by email at a[email protected] to schedule a free initial consultation.
Specific services we provide include:
Support in all five domains of life:
- Women’s Support Groups
- Pornography Addiction Recovery
- And others as the need and interest arises
(Feel free to contact us to share your ideas for groups)
- Business Communication
- Change Management
- Organizational Structure
- Setting and Maintaining Boundaries
- Improving Employee Morale
- And more
The online suite of our website is built for you. No matter what your needs, we have the tools to help you, from classes to podcasts to guided meditations, and all for as little as $20/month.
Signing up as a patron member helps to support our clients as well, since we use the money we make via patron memberships to cover the essential functions of our business so we can make up the difference when those who need our help can’t fully afford it for themselves.
Content that you will find on our patrons only membership page includes:
Diagrams and instructional videos on using our tools to create self awareness and learn how to take action to better yourself:
- The Five Levels of Consciousness
- The Change Wheel
- Roles of Identity
- And more
PODCASTS & BLOGS
Fun, informational life advice:
- What Stories Say with Seth and Seth
- Ask Seth About It (Q&A)
- Monthly Book Club
- Marriage Recipes for Disaster and Success: A Cookbook Blog
ONLINE COMMUNITY GROUPS
- Anger Management
- Building Healthy Relationships
- Health and Wellness
- And more
Each class is a recorded discussion of the principles and tools we use when working with clients. Seth and others share insights in a 3–8-part discussion for each class.