Greetings, below is the Epiphany newsletter and also a new training course to be held in The USA starting in July this year.
Nikki and Barb
Please share this with your colleagues! Epiphany Newsletter 2013
With warm regards Michaela
Goetheanum Freie Hochschule für Geisteswissenschaft Medizinische Sektion
Leitung: Dr. med. Michaela Glöckler
CH 41 43 Dornach Tel. + 41 61 706 4292 Fax + 41 61 706 4291 www.medsektion-goetheanum.ch
David Tresemer (from Tasmania) sent this information on a new course in Transpersonal Psychology, in which he is involved. MA in Transpersonal Psychology
The is a product of years of planning. This is the only English-speaking course in Transpersonal Psychology/Anthroposophic Psychology.
Willie Bento (Director of this new MA course in California) attended the Anthroposophic Psychology conference recently in Dornach – 900 people from all over the world!
The virtues are:
- A degree on a career path toward licensed counseling psychologist (that is, something beyond the excellent courses and workshops that help you mature as a human being)
- A path that understands that the therapist must grow before taking clients (this may sound obvious but is not common in psychology training)
- A path that includes a working and practical understanding of anthroposophy in action (much more comprehensive than most transpersonal or regular psychology trainings).
- An approach that comprehends the individual as more than a bio-chemical bundle of habits – as having soul, purpose, and heart!
The website is still in process of completion and beautification. As a pioneering effort, that may take some time. However, much of the information is there. (As well as my thoughts on whole-soul conversation as a basis for understanding the therapeutic encounter.)
This cohort starts July 29 2013; the next cohort would begin the summer of 2016.
For those in English-speaking countries outside the USA: This could be contemplated by someone from afar, as the travel is only twice per year: The on-campus requirement is a one-month intensive in August (each of three years) as well as a one-week intensive in the late autumn (of the northern hemisphere). The in-between course work is handled through internet conferencing and telephone.