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...
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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Stepping Strongly into the Future
Human Beings are, simply and profoundly, “the Crown of Creation.” Having evolved, over eons of time and with significant help, we are the product of Project Humankind. It has even been said that we are no less than “the religion of the gods.”
So, how are we doing? How are you doing? Feeling in need of soul nourishment? Maybe even soul repair?
Being human is a huge challenge and we are suffering. We also have astonishing resilience and powerful capacities to heal, to grow, to learn. It all starts with connection: relationship, communication, being with our fellow human beings “in community.” [Read more]
AAP has been accepted as 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 has been accepted as 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