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    • 21 Jul 2017
    • 22 Jul 2017
    • 2 sessions
    • Camphill Village Kimberton Hills, 1601 Pughtown Road, Phoenixville, PA
    Registration is closed
    North Dakota State University Distance and Continuing Education has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 4195. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. North Dakota State University Distance and Continuing Education is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs. 


    • 26 Jul 2017
    • 2:30 PM (EDT)
    • 30 Jul 2017
    • 12:30 PM (EDT)
    • Mettabee Farms
    Seminar #8: The Place of Anthroposophic Psychology within the Historical Context of the Major Streams of Psychology
    With the background given by the previous weeks, we will place Anthroposophic Psychology into the context of existing psychological theories and approaches to treatment. Emphasis is, as always, on practice to supplement the richness of concepts in comparisons of different counseling modalities. The participant should become knowledgeable and proficient at several theories and practices, as well as having developed an appreciation for the integrative and comprehensive perspective found in Anthroposophic Psychology.

    (Seminar #7 is a prerequisite for Seminar #8. Please contact us should you have any questions.)

    Counselors AdVenture will be offering these seminars on behalf of AAP.

    • 27 Jul 2017
    • 7:30 PM
    • Hawthorne Valley Waldorf School, 330 Route 21C, Harlemville, NY

    The Lecture is by donation.  You can make a donation via our website at:  Donate Here, or at the door the night of the event.


    • 31 Jul 2017
    • 7:30 PM
    • San Francisco Waldorf High School, 470 West Portal Avenue, San Francisco, CA

    The Lecture is by donation.  You can make a donation via our website at:  Donate Here, or at the door the night of the event.


    • 02 Aug 2017
    • 2:30 PM
    • 06 Aug 2017
    • 1:00 PM
    • Sophia's Sanctuary, Sebastopol, CA
    Registration is closed

    Pre-requisite:  For graduates of the nine-seminar Anthroposophic Psychology Program. 

    PPD (Personality & Personality Disorders) Seminar I

    Seminar Objectives:

    • Explore and experience the relationship between the twelve signs of the zodiac and personality development based on William Bento's original research;
    • Link threefold, fourfold, sevenfold and twelvefold principles;
    • Investigate self as an image of the cosmic animal circle including primal urges and achievable virtues;
    • Explore the connection between spatial orientation and personality "disordering" tendencies as related to the clinically accepted twelve personality disorders.
    Personality Seminar # One:

    Personality Structure in Relation to Physical/Soul/ Spiritual Development.  12-Foldness in Planes of Space & Embodiment, Narcissism, Avoidant, Paranoid & Histrionic Tendencies.

    Working with Difference:  Planes of Space/ Embodiment; Related Anthroposophic Life Story/ Biographic Work; Course Digestion Group; Lectures/ Observation Work; Related Mythological Themes; Art/ Eurythmy/Spacial Dynamics.
    • 27 Oct 2017
    • 28 Oct 2017
    • 2 sessions
    • Twin Cities TBA


    • 08 Nov 2017
    • 2:30 PM (EST)
    • 12 Nov 2017
    • 12:30 PM (EST)
    • TBD
    Seminar #9: Transforming the Impulse of Therapeutic Encounter into Psychosocial and Cultural Transformation
    Each encounter with another human being is attended by many others, some seen and known and others unseen and unknown. Each healing through relationship has ripples and waves that extend into the family, community, and the entire world. In Anthroposophic Psychology the ripples extend beyond the threshold and become creative forces for the future. Those ripples then come back to influence the conditions of the world we inherit. In this concluding week, we examine the state of the world, and then bring it back to the encounter, and finally, to the individual counselor. Then we come full circle to the beginning – the mandate for self-transformation.

    (Seminar #8 is a prerequisite for Seminar #9. Please contact us should you have any questions.)

    Counselors AdVenture will be offering these seminars on behalf of AAP.

    • 15 Nov 2017
    • 3:00 PM
    • 19 Nov 2017
    • 12:00 PM
    • Sophia Retreat Center, Sebastopol, CA

    Pre-requisites:  For graduates of the nine-seminar Anthroposophic Psychology Program.  MUST also complete Personality Development Seminar I.

    PPD (Personality & Personality Disorders) Seminar II

    Seminar Objectives:

    • Explore and experience the relationship between the twelve signs of the zodiac and personality development based on William Bento's original research;
    • Link threefold, fourfold, sevenfold and twelvefold principles;
    • Investigate self as an image of the cosmic animal circle including primal urges and achievable virtues;
    • Explore the connection between spatial orientation and personality "disordering" tendencies as related to the clinically accepted twelve personality disorders.
    Personality Seminar # One:

    Personality Structure in Relation to Physical/Soul/ Spiritual Development.  12-Foldness in Planes of Space & Embodiment, Narcissism, Avoidant, Paranoid & Histrionic Tendencies.

    Related Anthroposophic Life Story/ Biographic Work; Course Digestion Group; Lectures/ Observation Work; Related Mythological Themes; Art/ Eurythmy/Spacial Dynamics.
    • 04 Apr 2018
    • 3:00 PM
    • 08 Apr 2018
    • 12:00 PM
    • Sophia Retreat Center, Sebastopol, CA

    Pre-requisites:  For graduates of the nine-seminar Anthroposophic Psychology Program.  MUST also complete Personality Development Seminars I and II.

    PPD (Personality & Personality Disorders) Seminar III

    Seminar Objectives:

    • Explore and experience the relationship between the twelve signs of the zodiac and personality development based on William Bento's original research;
    • Link threefold, fourfold, sevenfold and twelvefold principles;
    • Investigate self as an image of the cosmic animal circle including primal urges and achievable virtues;
    • Explore the connection between spatial orientation and personality "disordering" tendencies as related to the clinically accepted twelve personality disorders.
    Personality Seminar # One:

    Personality Structure in Relation to Physical/Soul/ Spiritual Development.  12-Foldness in Planes of Space & Embodiment, Schizoid, Schizotypal, Passive/ Agressive and Dependent Personalities.

    The Wounded Healer, Co-Dependency.  12 World Philosophical Views; Related Anthroposophic Life Story/ Biographic Work; Course Digestion Group; Lectures/ Observation Work; Related Mythological Themes; Art/ Eurythmy/Spacial Dynamics.
    • 11 Apr 2018
    • 2:30 PM (CDT)
    • 15 Apr 2018
    • 1:00 PM (CDT)
    • Christine Center, Willard Wisconsin
    Seminar #1: The Place of Anthroposophic "Re-membering Psychology through Relational Anthropos-Sophia"
    Placing anthroposophy within the historical development of psychotherapeutic perspectives; from Freud to the DSM and beyond; challenges to soul and spirit in the context of contemporary culture and psychology, and how to respond; satisfying the demand for "evidence-based" research; soul-development dynamics; Pathos and Spiritus; seven adult learning processes as framework for the entire course; the Counselor's Mandate; ontological security as key to the development of the "I"; the myth of Old Saturn and the Thrones: the soul at the threshold as the crisis of our times; who is Sophia?; who is Anthropos?


    Residential and meals options: We will have more information later.

    Fee: $625 for whole seminar; $670 if you are using the CEs that we plan to make available.
    Deposit: You can reserve your place with a $300 deposit for #1. A payment plan will be available soon.

    • Each seminar begins at 2:30 PM on a Wednesday, and finishes at 1:00 PM on a Sunday.
    • If there is a conflict for some with the IPMT training, you can attend the other location for that seminar content.
    • The first seminar stands on its own, as a sampler. You can join on the second seminar, after which the series is closed to new entrants. At the second seminar, payment is required for both #2 and #9, which helps us in our planning and staffing.

    Curriculum: You can preview the curriculum here.
    More information about lodgings will be available in a few months; we highly encourage people to stay at the Christine Center for a deeper experience.

    CAV puts on these events on behalf of AAP.
    • 18 Apr 2018
    • 2:30 PM (EDT)
    • 22 Apr 2018
    • 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Pendle Hill Retreat Center, Wallingford, PA
    Seminar #1: The Place of Anthroposophic "Re-membering Psychology through Relational Anthropos-Sophia"
    Placing anthroposophy within the historical development of psychotherapeutic perspectives; from Freud to the DSM and beyond; challenges to soul and spirit in the context of contemporary culture and psychology, and how to respond; satisfying the demand for "evidence-based" research; soul-development dynamics; Pathos and Spiritus; seven adult learning processes as framework for the entire course; the Counselor's Mandate; ontological security as key to the development of the "I"; the myth of Old Saturn and the Thrones: the soul at the threshold as the crisis of our times; who is Sophia?; who is Anthropos?Residential and meals options: We will have more information later.


    Fee: $625 for whole seminar; $670 if you are using the CEs that we plan to make available.

    Deposit: You can reserve your place with a $300 deposit for #1. A payment plan will be available soon.

    • Each seminar begins at 2:30 PM on a Wednesday, and finishes at 1:00 PM on a Sunday.
    • If there is a conflict for some with the IPMT training, you can attend the other location for that seminar content.
    • The first seminar stands on its own, as a sampler. You can join on the second seminar, after which the series is closed to new entrants. At the second seminar, payment is required for both #2 and #9, which helps us in our planning and staffing.

    Curriculum: You can preview the curriculum here.
    More information about lodgings will be available in a few months; we highly encourage people to stay at the Pendle Hill for a deeper experience.

    CAV puts on these events on behalf of AAP.

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