Sunnie Skillman, CMT, is a facilitator of Access Consciousness, which is a philosophy for living, plus a set of tools to change whatever is not working in peoples’ lives. Some of the tools are hands on energy work, which facilitate healing on all levels. Some of the tools use verbal processing, to clear limiting beliefs and whatever is holding people back in their lives.
Sunnie does private sessions and teaches Access classes. One of the hands on processes is called the Access Bars, which involves holding points on the head. Some of the benefits of an Access Bars session are: stress relief, cleared limiting beliefs, deep sense of peace, relaxation, sense of well being, mental clarity, better sleep, and improved self image.
Sunnie is experiencing remarkable results in using the Access Consciousness tools to clear symptoms of PTSD. She is a very kind and compassionate person, and creates a very safe space for the people she works with.
She has created a special PTSD Program, designed for people who have PTSD symptoms, their families, and practitioners who work with PTSD. For details about the program, go to the section on this website about Programs.
“I’ve been using the Access tools for seventeen years. The changes they have facilitated in me are amazing.
I grew up in a dysfunctional, traumatic family environment. And I experienced intense sexual abuse by a husband for five years. My life, prior to Access, was characterized by an undercurrent of depression and hopelessness; feeling like I didn’t belong here; feeling disconnected from others; feeling like I didn’t really want to be here; and feeling like I didn’t have anything to offer to others.
Today that undercurrent is gone. I experience more fun, joy and energy. My mind is usually very quiet. I love my sexuality and enjoy much more connection and intimacy with others. I’m more vulnerable. I have much more allowance of others and of myself. When stuff gets triggered in me, I have many tools from which to draw upon, and shift things very quickly. I feel like I have a lot to offer others.”