Teaching and Training
My approach to Training.
The training I offer is absoloutely unique. From my perspective, therapeutic psychology is a subject area abundant with competing approaches, each of which has its merits and weaknesses.
Since I am not attached to any particular school of psychotherapy, I am free to comment on, criticise, compare and put into context any of the extant therapeutic approaches.
On the one hand, this means that I'm not teaching my students "How to be a good Gestalt therapist", or "How to be a good Jungian Analyst", which concerns some of my customers.
On the other hand, I'm not in a position of trying to defend my corner at all costs. The most common feedback I receive from training events is along the lines of: "It's so refreshing to hear about psychotherapy from an objective standpoint. Normally we spend the day being told 'This is how it is, and this is the only way to do it', which of course is different from what we heard about last week".
My teaching is truly multi-disciplinary. I bring to the training room a body of knowledge and skills acquired in many different situations, from natural science and experimental psychology, to mysticism, art and magic.
My training events are truly integrative, taking students through experiential exercises originating from different traditions, and spending time with students discussing the parallels and exclusions between the approaches, and the different strengths and weaknesses of the various techniques.
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