Healthy Autonomy

Association for Promoting Healthy Autonomy e.V.

Marta Thorsheim

Workshop Sa08: Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, 11:00 am – 01:00 pm

My deep passion for Franz Ruppert’s work stems from the fact that, through using his own developed theory (Identity oriented Psychotraumatheory (IoPT) in therapeutic work with the method ”Sentence of my Intention”, I am able to reach my own  deepest layers, and those within my clients psyche. The development stages from the fertilized egg to the current stage, and all the layers in between. To me, this is like a spiral, where all the different layers are available, ‘on call’ to be accessed both in therapy and in daily life.

When clients come with their „Sentence of my Intention”, including work issues, we are thus able to use this process to track back to the root of it. Often what is mirrored in the resonance process is an early trauma, or trauma of love. It is still not mainstream knowledge that a newborn or unborn child has a psyche, therefore it can often take some time for us to grasp that these early or sometimes pre-birth traumas, still impact us and the way we are living our lives.

Clients from many different countries are attending my seminars with a variety of intentions to explore relational challenges within the family, among friends or in the workplace as well as „physical symptoms”.

There will be the opportunity for own work during the workshop.

Marta Thorsheim is a Psychotraumatherapist based in Norway, running her own institute based on Franz Ruppert’s work. Her first training was in International Business (MBA, MM). In the 90-ties she started the walk of psychotherapy, and when she met Franz Ruppert she said”This is it”, and changed the whole program at her institute. She is running workshops and trainings in Norway, Singapore and Australia. And is also one of the co-writers with Franz Ruppert on his book „Early Trauma”.

Practice in Oslo, Norwegen
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