Training in Assisted Psychotherapy with Psychoactive Techniques

Training in Assisted Psychotherapy with Psychoactive Techniques

Training in assisted psychotherapy with psychoactive techniques of neuroscience and ancestral wisdom applied in a therapeutic context.

Working with Modified States of Conscience (MSC) through techniques including Holotropic Breathwork, regression, hypnosis, psychosynthesis, Shamanic techniques, meditation and mindfulness.

Conscious Presence and Integral Listening: The presence that heals

 

Full training: 10 weekend sessions, monthly.  Saturdays from 10h – 19h and Sundays from 10h-14h.  Students are also required to present a final written report.

Purpose: To provide students with the opportunity to learn and deepen their awareness of modified states of consciousness techniques as applied to psychotherapy.

Special attention will be given to the review of the experiences and case studies which emerge in these session, and which count as supervision hours.

Students can start the training with any module, although the ten sessions must be completed sequentially. Credits will awarded in training, therapy and supervision according to the student’s personal and curriculum requirements.

Detailed programs will be provided through our intranet at the beginning of the course, exclusively for enrolled students.
Dates 2018: 13th and 14th January; 10th and 11th February; 10th and 11th March; 14th and 15th April; 12th and 13th May; 9th and 10th June; 8th and 9th September; 13th and 14th October; 10th and 11th November; 15th and 16th December.
 Total cost: €1400 single payment at the beginning of the course.
 This can be divided into 3 payments.

Enrolment fee: €75. (Students of the IPTB, former students of the IPTB, and early payment are exempt.)

Registration requirements: Registration form, detailed biography and motivation letter.