This seminar offers an experiential format to learn the theory, the basic assumptions of Logosynthesis, the seven-step model for guided change, the meta-questions and the basic procedure. This content is presented and practiced in a way that will allow you to easily introduce Logosynthesis in your daily work with patients, clients, coachees or pupils.
Methods are taught in their state-of-the-art form, with lots of space for discussions on many levels, to allow you to find a place for Logosynthesis in your own professional frame of reference. You will have opportunities to experience the Logosynthesis approach applied on your own issues – in the training group or in online practice groups. After each sequence, participants can discuss all philosophical, theoretical, methodological and strategic aspects of the work with the trainers.
Basic 2019: October 21st, November 4th, 18th, 25th and December 2nd, 2019 at 1 pm Eastern standard time.
Basic 1 2020: January 21st, February 4th, February 18th, February 25th, and March 3rd, 2020 at 10:00 AM Eastern Standard Time.
Basic 2 2020: Sept. 8th, 22nd, Oct. 6th, 20th and 27th 2020 at 10:00 AM Eastern Standard Time.
You are not alone. You live in relationships, in communities and in a society, which fulfills biological and psychological needs. You meet new people, you're with them and you say goodbye, you have to – for many reasons. Your way of being in relationships is determined by your role models and by your own experiences in the past. Trauma and nostalgia can create templates for patterns in feeling, thinking, and behaviour that stand in the way of healthy relationships in the present. Loving parents and the experience of support in difficult situations can help you to build relationships in which you can love – in giving and receiving. You look at the future with confidence or with irrational fears and hopes.
This advanced Seminar in Logosynthesis teaches the identification and resolution of limiting patterns in relationships and helps you create a space for love in the present, for yourself and for your clients.
Trust 2020: March 10th and 24th, April 7th, 21st and 28th at 10:00 AM Eastern Standard Time.
The Indian poet Tagore said "You can't cross the sea merely by standing and staring at the water." The most important question in guided change is "What is it you're here for on earth?"
The second most important question is "What keeps you from doing this?" For many people a life task is something they experience as tedious and stressful. They tend to strive for more and better, with failure as a permanent possibility. Often such patterns are rooted in a past that connected failure with flaws in one's identity and worth. Resolving them enables you to learn from the past and to reach clarity about the future. You learn from what went wrong in the past and create your future with the help of all available resources.
This advanced Seminar in Logosynthesis supports you in finding your mission and removing blocks in achieving your goals. Its motto could be, after Rainer Maria Rilke: "You must change your life." You will also learn how to support your clients in discovering their life's purpose and paving the way to achieve it.
Will 2020: May 5th, May 19th, June 2nd, June 9th, and June 16th, 2020 at 10:00 AM Eastern Standard time.
Trauma and stress are part of life, but abuse, violence, and overwhelming pain can leave deep scars – people tend to fear and avoid what has hurt them in the past. Healthy coping with stressful events enables people to process traumatic events from the past, to fully live in the present and to carefully manage future risks. Logosynthesis offers new, powerful protocols to process the painful past and to open new perspectives.
This advanced Seminar in Logosynthesis is designed to serve your own process of professional, personal and spiritual development. This will help you to improve your potential to support your clients on their path in life. You will explore what hurt you in the past and you’ll find ways to heal those wounds of the past with the help of Logosynthesis, in conjunction with the latest insights in trauma theory and neuroscience.
Courage 2020: November 3rd and 17th, December 1st, 8th, and 15th at 10:00 AM Eastern Standard Time.