Next Introductory Course starts in January 2020 with Maria Green and Limor Regev Peretz, at the Centre - details below


About these Courses


Two questions lie at the heart of this work: "Who am I?" and "What do I want?"

 

These questions go to the core of our existence.. they are the basic questions of our lives. Our inability to answer them clearly can demonstrate our state of inner confusion; if we have suffered a Trauma of Identity then we are confused as to who we really are.


Next Introductory Course Details

Introductory Course 1 with Maria Green and Limor Peretz Regev:

Module 1:  11/12 January 2020

Module 2:  8/9 February 2020

Module 3:  28/29 March 2020

Module 4:  18/19 April 2020

 

Contact Maria Green or Limor Regev Peretz to register.

 

Cancellation policy: 50% refund before 11th December 2019. After that no refunds are possible.


For full leaflet

Download
January 2020 Introductory Course
2020-Intro1..png
Portable Network Image Format 702.6 KB


Note: Please fill out the fields marked with an asterisk.


Introductory Courses 2020

Introductory Course 1 with Maria Green and Limor Peretz Regev:

11/12 January 2020

8/9 February 2020

28/29 March 2020

18/19 April 2020

Contact Maria Green to register.

 

 

Introductory Course 2 with Lucy Jameson:

26/27 September 2020

24/25 October 2020

7/8 November 2020

5/6 December 2020

Contact Lucy Jameson to register.

 


Please be aware of the following

-   These courses do not provide you with any formal qualification to work as a psychotherapist or counsellor.

-   If you are qualified as a professional psychotherapist or counsellor the course may count towards Continuing Professional Development, depending on your governing body's requirements.

-   Being part of one of these courses will involve emotional experiences.


The Intention Method

This is the method developed by Professor Ruppert that helps us understand our trauma biography, recognise our survival strategies and integrate the split off emotional trauma. You can find out more about the Intention Method here.


This is a video of an interview by Christine Foong Wong, talking to Vivian about embarking on the study of this work.