"Resolving early trauma can permanently alter
and improve a person's whole life."
About the Course
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.
Franz Ruppert, 2013
The Introductory Course for 2019 will consist of four 2-day modules over four months, starting in January and finishing in April. The course will comprise experiential personal work in a safe group setting, and some basic theoretical explanation and discussion.
It is open to anyone interested in the topic of trauma and in exploring their own personal issues.
Identity-oriented Psychotrauma Therapy (IoPT) is founded on the theories and practice developed by Professor Franz Ruppert of Munich University over the past 27 years.
The IoPT theory is based on a specific understanding of trauma and the psychological splitting as the means of surviving traumatic experiences. This particularly applies to the very early stages of life and the challenge to the child of surviving within the particular context in which he or she is conceived, gestated and born.
The course will be facilitated by Maria Green as follows:
Module 1: 26/27 January 2019
Module 2: 23/24 February 2019
Module 3: 23/24 March 2019
Module 4: 27/28 April 2019
Earlybird price: £665 (must be paid before 31st December 2018)
Main price: £800 (must be paid before 20th January 2019)
Up to 23rd December 2018 50% refund is possible. After that there will be no refunds. If the course has to be cancelled you will receive a full refund.
For further information you can contact Maria on firstname.lastname@example.org
- This course does not provide you with any formal qualification to work as a psychotherapist or counsellor.
- If you are qualified as a professional psychotherapist or counsellor this course may count towards Continuing Professional Development, depending on your governing body's requirements.
- Being part of this course will involve emotional experiences.
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.