Co-Counseling (Re-evaluation Counseling or RC) is a grass roots, low-cost, and reciprocal form of counseling that offers an alternative to traditional talk therapy. The methodology provides a safe and supportive environment for developing personal awareness and releasing distress. Sometimes called Peer Counseling, it involves both people taking turns acting as the "counselor" and the "client." There are multi-month trainings for learning and practicing the process. Through these you can find others with whom to share counseling.
Co-counseling focuses on identifying patterns of distress and releasing them through emotional and physical discharge. It is particularly useful for understanding subconscious, deeper beliefs, feelings, and perspectives that prevent us from moving forward. It can help us to become more aware of noticing when we are triggered by others and offers methods for dealing with these issues in a positive way.