The training consists of 9 training units of 10 days each with two training units per year in spring and autumn.
Dates and Venues
Module 1: March 28 to April 7, 2019 – La Bergerie de Villarceaux (France)
Module 2: October 31 to November 10, 2019 – Seminar Hotel Jonathan (Germany)
Module 3: April 23 to May 3, 2020 – St Petersburg (Russia)
Module 4: October 22 to November 1, 2020 – Gran Canaria (Spanish island)
Module 5: March 18 to 28, 2021 – Seminar Center Sonnenstrahl (Germany)
Module 6: September 2 to 12, 2021 – Moscow (Russia)
Module 7: May 12 to 22, 2022 – Seminar Center Sonnenstrahl (Germany)
Module 8: September 1 to 11, 2022 – Barcelona (Spain)
Module 9: May 11 to 21, 2023 – La Bergerie de Villarceaux (France)
Early bird price until September 30, 2018: 12,500 EUR plus room and board and travel expenses
Early bird price until November 30, 2018: 13,000 EUR plus room and board and travel expenses
From December 1, 2018: 13,500 EUR plus room and board and travel expenses
Language: English (with translation, if required)
Rainer Pervöltz (Freiburg, Germany) – Modules 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 – Video
In my work, three main aspects will be in the foreground:
– the polarity of the “central”
– working with the “dreaming body”
– how we make relationships
Basically, all humans who belong to our culture, live in a polarity: mainly, they function in a more or less mechanical, conditioned inner setting, which is still in an adult life a mode of survival – we had to adapt to it as children. More
Dr Ingo Benjamin Jahrsetz (Freiburg, Germany) – Module 9 – Video
My work is a process, which transforms itself again and again.
As I started as a psychotherapist, almost 40 years ago, I had studied the world-views of psychoanalysis and later of humanistic psychology: I tried to help people to find a balance within their adult identity, which would make it possible to stand for themselves, for the needs of their body, for their creativity, and take at the same time a self-conscious stance within the net of their families, their friends and their work. More
Bernadette Blin (Paris, France) – Modules 1, 3, 5, 9 – Video
Transpersonal psychotherapists work at different levels. We welcome the wounded ego or wounded child of our clients and offer them the support they need to fulfill their basic needs, which were not met when they were children. But we also reflect their essence, their true nature, the space of infinite resources and potentialities.
Our main “tool” to accomplish this goal is the therapeutic relationship before any kind of methods, practices and techniques. Our humanity, clarity, our open heart will be our best allies to help our clients. More
Dr Gennady Brevde (St Petersburg, Russia) – Modules 3, 4, 8
One of the main goals of my work is to make my students know and master how the conscious ego can achieve understanding of and collaboration with the structures of the unconsciousness. The autonomous structures of the unconscious – subpersonalities and archetypes –create our emotions, feelings, and our general worldview. They define our psychological reality, in which we cannot switch on or off a particular emotion or even some ordinary daily happening. More
Dr Stefan Dressler (Freiburg, Germany) – Modules 4, 6, 8 – Video
Why and how exactly do we close our heart in relation to ourselves, in our work or in all-day-life? And what exactly do we need to reopen it?
Based on a scientific and experiential conceptual perspective I shall assist you in essentially understanding the role of emotions and of your heart. You will recognize the four basic patterns of human perception and experience (attending/awareness, identification, felt being, letting go from the heart). This will help you to get in touch with what I call your “Central Drama”. More
Dr Dietrich Franke (Freiburg, Germany) – Modules 2, 5
It seems quite common that people treat themselves badly when things go wrong, by saying cruel things to themselves they would perhaps never say to others. With self-compassion, we treat ourselves with kindness, care, understanding, and support, just as we would treat a close friend when he or she suffers.
Following a curriculum developed by the Center for Mindful Self Compassion in San Diego, I will offer the whole program covering 8 three hours sessions.
Dr Regina U. Hess (Cologne, Germany) – Modules 2, 5 – Video
My contribution to this training course will be two major topics that are at the heart of my work. In the module on Wounding, Trauma, and our Innate Healing Capacity as Spiritual Teachers, I will cover pre/peri/post-natal, biographical, collective, transgenerational and transcultural trauma. Clinical psychopathology and treatments will be first outlined and then expanded to include a transpersonal healing framework based on the concept of interconnectedness. More
Dr Vladimir Maykov (Moskau, Russia) – Module 6 – Video
In my work, three main aspects will be in the foreground:
Ancient practices of the care of the soul as the source of modern psychotherapy
How to work with 12 modalities of primordial psychotherapy in the modern world
The nature and function of Eros and Sexuality from a transpersonal, integral and process-work point of view. Modern psychotherapy is a little more than hundred years old. But what was “a psychotherapy before psychotherapy”, before Freud and Breuer?
Jaume Mestres (Barcelona, Spain) – Module 4 and all modules as a tutor – Video
My proposal for the training is a procedure in tandem: through the union of forces we can better tackle the obstacles of this exciting life.
Two essential topics: shamanism and coaching. We will bring them together and you will learn to develop techniques which will enable you to apply the secrets of shamanism to your daily life. I call this: Transpersonal Intuitive Coaching. More and more, intuition could become your main way of thinking. More
Dr Judith Miller (USA) – Module 7 – Video
My inspiration as a Transpersonal psychologist and Professor of Human Development is to support others to develop and maintain a relationship with the Sacred. The Sacred is the eternal source from which the soul draws its energy and power. It is something of a different order – it is grounded in reality itself. I believe that experiencing the Sacred and integrating it into one’s worldview, one’s personality, and one’s consciousness is necessary for any kind of authentic spiritual growth to occur. More
Dr Olga Mokhina (Wolgograd, Russia) – Modules 3, 6, 8 – Video
My work will be focused on three large topics: death and dying, dealing with emotions, and mind culture, developed through meditation and psychopathological states of consciousness. Being oneself, or, more precisely, having the courage to be oneself in order to answer the biggest challenge of human existence, is the common ground for these three topics. Our personal history is often written through the efforts to become someone else, to adopt the samples offered by society and culture. More
Magda Solé (Barcelona, Spain) – Module 4 as well as all modules as a tutor – Video
Traditional medicine often uses remedies which, in a way, are absolutely valid nowadays in order to support recovery in the physical body as well as in destructive forms of thinking and feeling.
At the same time, ancient spiritual traditions can propose effective ways of healing for disorders and problems which are present in the everyday life of the 21st century.