Getting Help from John and Carla Sherman
John and Carla Sherman are available in a variety of ways to help you in your journey from fear to self-reliance.
With a private session with John and Carla you will have direct access to our personal experience developing The Just One Look Method.
We test every aspect of our work on ourselves first before recommending it to you.
In a private conversation you will have both of us for up to one hour, and we'll be available to answer all your questions and help you in your most personal doubts and issues. And you will have an opportunity to address your difficulties directly with our guidance.
Private sessions may be done by telephone or video call. We have a special phone number for sessions and our own private meeting room at GoToMeeting.
An Intensive is a great way to have personalized answers to your questions and share your experience with a small group of like-minded people. By listening to their questions and reports, you can also learn more about your own process.
Intensives are limited to 6 participants and they happen online in our our own private meeting room at GoToMeeting.
Each Intensive is divided into 4 sessions, one session every week, addressing a different step in The Just One Look process, with a follow-up meeting 30 days later.
Open House Meetings
John and Carla Sherman are online to talk about The Just One Look Method, its application, and its results, and to help you with any difficulties with looking at yourself and the practice of Self-Directed Attention. Bring your questions, doubts, and reports.
Once a month, on the last Saturday of the month, John and Carla present a webinar in which they discuss a topic of relevance to anyone who works with the Just One Look Method.
Registration is required and free of charge. After the webinar, each registrant receives a personalized link to the complete video recording of the webinar.
We accept invitations to speak at conferences, schools, colleges, churches, organizations, companies, etc.
We will come and present an introductory talk followed by a Q&A session, a 2-hour workshop, or any other format that better suits the needs of a particular audience.