Practitioner Seminars hosted by Vivian Broughton

The aim of these seminars is to provide a forum in which practitioners of IoPT and the Intention Method can come together and refine our facilitation skills, discuss our work, theory and practice, and learn to self and peer supervise. This work developed by Franz Ruppert is fast gaining in popularity in many countries, and the aim of these seminars is to provide a forum for practitioners to meet the growing need with good skills and collaborative peer contact and support. 

We are at a watershed at the moment. Franz Ruppert's theoretical developments of the last 27 years have now reached a stage of maturity, complexity and comprehensiveness that is outstanding and truly of the twenty-first century. His understanding of trauma, specifically traumas that happen in the earliest pre-birth stages of life, setting the stage for the whole of people's lives subsequently,  I have no doubt will in time cause a major shift in general psychological thinking. 

 

In the meantime the personal interest of individuals in having access to competent, properly informed and skilled practitioners is going to grow exponentially, and we have to ensure that we practitioners do our best work to be able to fulfil this need properly.

 

We have a responsibility to practice well, to teach well, to learn to supervise ourselves, our peers and our students as best we can, to ensure that we have the best opportunity to do our own personal work so that we can pass that on to our clients and communities.

 

I am very happy to host these events at our new London venue. We will explore theory, practice, supervision and personal issues together, get to know each other and find good ways of supporting each other.

 

I hope very much to be able to welcome you to the London Centre for Healthy Autonomy for a rich five days of collaborative learning together.

 

The next planned dates are:

THEORY IN PRACTICE - 13-17 November 2018

FOCUS ON INDIVIDUAL WORK - 9-13 April 2019

 

Vivian


Theory in Practice - 13-19 November 2018


Focus on Individual Work - 9-13 April 2019