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    • 04 Apr 2018
    • 3:00 PM
    • 08 Apr 2018
    • 12:00 PM
    • Sophia Sanctuary, Sebastopol, CA
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    Pre-requisites:  For graduates of the nine-seminar Anthroposophic Psychology Program.  MUST also complete Personality Disorders 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 # Three:

    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)
    • Camphill Village Minnesota, Sauk Centre, MN
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    Application Process:

    Upon registration, you will be guided through the registration process.  Please answer all questions thoroughly.  Your application will be reviewed by Faculty before acceptance.

      

    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. 

    Payment Plans are offered via a Tuition Agreement which will be entered into between the approved participant and AAP.

    • 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.

    Counselors AdVenture (CAV) puts on these events on behalf of AAP.
    • 18 Apr 2018
    • 2:30 PM (EDT)
    • 22 Apr 2018
    • 1:00 PM (EDT)
    • Camphill Village Kimberton Hills, 1601 Pughtown Road, Phoenixville, PA 19460
    Register

    Application Process:

    Upon registration, you will be guided through the registration process.  Please answer all questions thoroughly.  Your application will be reviewed by Faculty before acceptance.

    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.


    Deposit: You can reserve your place with a $300 deposit for #1.

    Payment Plans are offered via a Tuition Agreement which will be entered into between the approved participant and AAP.

    • 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.

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

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