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For anyone in a helping profession:
  • Life (and other) coaches
  • Ministers 
  • Teachers
  • Law enforcement officers
  • Educators
  • Medical professionals
  • Lawyers
  • Hospice workers
  • Human resources personnel
  • Individuals trained in various anthroposophic disciplines: biography counselors, anthroposophic doctors and nurses, art and rhythmical massage therapists, eurythmists, curative educators, social therapists, and others   

For helping professionals who are seeking: 
  • Self-knowledge and development; 
  • Coaching in mindfulness; 
  • Ideas and techniques that foster soul care;
  • Guidance in the establishment of an empathic resonance; 
  • To expand on their contemporary trainings; 
  • Communication skills;  
  • A soul-spiritual approach to life span development;
  • Stress care instruction; 
  • To understand spiritual experiences. 

This category relates to professionals who use counseling in their work but are not licensed psychologists or licensed counselors or licensed social workers or licensed psychiatrists.
This  category includes those new to the philosophy of Anthroposophy, as initiated by Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) and developed by many others in the last hundred years — and includes those who do have schooling in any of the modalities of anthroposophy, including Waldorf Education, Biodynamic Agriculture, etc.  Anthroposophy has led to many disciplines that touch upon therapeutic interactions with others. Psychology is part of the Medical Section of the School for Spiritual Science of the original Anthroposophical Society based in Switzerland.

AAP is under review for full membership in AAMTA (Association of Anthroposophic Medicines & Therapies in America) and in IFAPA (International Federation of Anthroposophic Psychotherapy Associations, based in Dornach, Switzerland).

For those professions that do not recognize NBCC CEs, we can provide you with materials that you can send to your local CE-awarding agency for their approval.

Our Three-year Certificate Course covers many topics of mainstream psychology, approaching pathology from salutogenesis, that is, what is healthy in the human being, how we stray from it, and how a therapeutic relationship can assist others to find again their way. The curriculum covers many aspects of the human experience that one must know in order to meet another human being with increased insight and compassion. 

International: Become a part of an international network. There are trainings in six  countries, and international conferences. You will have colleagues in this approach that can greet you in many places in the world.

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