Healthy Autonomy

Association for Promoting Healthy Autonomy e.V.

Franz Ruppert

Friday, Oct. 21, 2016, 01:15 – 02:45 pm

What is the central reference point for our change processes? In the past, we thought it must be the family or "the system". Today we know that only we can be our own point of reference. Therefore, our "I" must be the central focus of therapy. But what is my "I"? How does it develop? What hinders my "I" development? How does trauma effect this development? What is the difference between a healthy identity and identification processes that harm us? In the lecture, the insight and knowledge through the "self-encounters" within the last two years, will be summarized and put up for discussion.

Franz Ruppert, born in 1957, professor of psychology at the Catholic University of Applied Sciences Foundation in Munich, psychotherapist in private practice trainings and supervisions, leads worldwide seminars and lectures.

Since 1994 he has developed his own theory and method of Psychotherapy. The "Identity-oriented Psychotrauma Theory" is the basis for a method that he calls "Self-encounter with the Sentence of Intention". The development of his theory and method are documented in seven books (Relationships in the Professional World ", 2001," Confused Souls, "2002" Trauma, bonding and family constellations ", 2005," Splitting of the Soul and Inner Healing ", 2007" Symbiosis and Autonomy“, 2010 "Trauma, Fear and Love", 2012) and "Early Trauma", in 2014. His books have been translated into English, Norwegian, Italian, Spanish, Brazilian, Russian, Czech, Romanian, Polish, Turkish and Dutch.

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