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Minnesota 3-Year Certificate Program Seminar #2

  • 04 Jul 2018
  • 11:00 AM (CDT)
  • 08 Jul 2018
  • 1:00 PM (CDT)
  • Camphill Village Minnesota, Sauk Centre, MN

Registration

(depends on selected options)

Base fee:
  • This option to pay one year (3 sessions) in advance is only for Year #2 and Year #3. If choosing this option, Seminars #2 & #3 (Year #1) must be paid together, in advance of Seminar #2.
  • Payment for Seminars #2 AND #9 are due prior to the start of Seminar #2. Then individual sessions for #3, #4, #5, #6, #7, and #8 are due by the first day of each month prior to the scheduled seminar.

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Attention: New Attendees.  If you had not previously applied for and attended Seminar #1, please complete the 3-Year Certificate Application and email it to:  Admin@AnthroposophicPsychology.org

  Sacred Wound, Primal Wound

The four-fold human being and the elements; birth to seven years (the first septennial); sacred wound; empathic failure and primal wound; the pre-personal self and the child of self; trauma, cumulative trauma, dissociation as response to trauma; attachment theory and attachment disorders re-visited; existential anxiety and its origins in the human story; transference and counter-transference in counseling and in all relation­ships; levels of consciousness; sensory experience in the young child; introducing primitive ego defenses; creating context for Oedipal dynamics.

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

  • IMPORTANT NOTICE:  Seminar #2 will begin on Wednesday, July 4th at 11:00 AM due to the missed time during Seminar #1 in April.  Seminar #2 will finish at 1:00 PM on Sunday as previously scheduled.
  • If there is a conflict for some with the IPMT training, you can attend the other location for that seminar content.

You can preview the full curriculum here.

Counselors AdVenture (CAV) puts on these events on behalf of AAP.

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