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A New Psychology

In a world which is increasingly disconnected and soul-less, Anthroposophic psychology approaches counseling psychology... 

as if body, soul and spirit matter

We work from a deep understanding of the nature and potential of each human being.

Informed by Anthroposophy (the work of Rudolf Steiner) we recognize Anthropos (the potential human being) as individual consciousness embedded within Sophia (world soul, living wisdom). The soul, or pysche, has the unique task of mediating between body and spirit. As counselors, we aim to guide these delicate processes toward optimal health and awakening. Read more... 

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Training Courses

Our three-year certificate program leads you into new territory: challenging your current paradigm, nourishing your soul, and stimulating your senses. 

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  • For licensed professionals
    Earn CEUs while deepening your capacities with a unique program where evidence-based science meets soul care.
  • For counselors of all kinds
    Ministers, Law Enforcement Officers, Educators, Life Coaches, Medical Professionals, Lawyers, Hospice Workers, and others…Learn to meet another human being with increased insight and compassion.
  • For those who seek personal development
    Explore the realm of soul: thinking, feeling, willing. Enrich your inner world through heartwarming studies, experience, and relationships.

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WATCH THIS WEBSITE for updates on TWO new 3-YR CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS, starting APRIL 2021


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“Experiencing a Synthesis: Anthroposophy & Psychosynthesis,” — by Roberta R. Nelson, Ph.D., L.P.C.C., L.A.C.

AAP is a member organization of AAMTA (Association of Anthroposophic Medicine & Therapies in America), an umbrella organization made up of professional associations for anthroposophic medicine, eurythmy movement therapy, massage therapy, art therapy, music therapy, singing therapy, anthroposophic nursing, and anthroposophic naturopathy.  If a person seeks help in their lives that involves body soul, and spirit -- that is, through anthroposophy -- this is a good place to look.  Professionals are listed in every part of the country.  Through membership, AAP will participate on AAMTA’s board and send representatives to AAMTA’s biennial meetings, and AAP certified graduate Practitioners will be listed on AAMTA’s practitioner listing as an aid to individuals seeking counseling services.

AAP is a member of IFAPA (International Federation of Anthroposophic Psychotherapy Associations) which is part of the Medical Section of the Anthroposophical Society based in Dornach, Switzerland

3-Year Program: Seminar 7

PENNSYLVANIA

April 22-26, 2020, in Phoenixville, PA: Seminar 7  for current participants (Cohort is closed):  Register

MINNESOTA 
April 15-19, 2020, in Sauk Centre, MN: Seminar 7 for current participants (Cohort is closed):  Register

Student Access to Cohort Portals

You must be an active participant in the Pennsylvania or Minnesota 3-Year Program to access the following Cohort Portals:

Associate Access to Portals

You must be an active Associate in the Pennsylvania or Minnesota 3-Year Program to access the following Associate Portals:

Special Events

For More Events, check out our Special Events Page.

We hope you will enjoy these webinars presented by the Anthroposophic Health Association of which AAP is a member.

For Your Health: Three Free Webinars

Register by clicking on the links below.  Webinars are open to all.  Sessions are recorded for those who can't attend.  Registration is required.  Registration for one enrolls you in all 3.

13 November 2019 | 5:30 PM Pacific 8:30 PM Eastern:  "What to do when your child has an earache"

15 January 2020 | 5:30 PM Pacific 8:30 PM Eastern:  "Finding inner rest in an anxious world"

11 March 2020 | 5:30 PM Pacific 8:30 pm Eastern:  "Hints for a healthy diet and balanced digestion"

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