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Who Am I in a Traumatized and Traumatizing Society

Dr. Ruppert will facilitate three days of Identity Development sessions (known as Identity Constellations in Europe) using his sentence of Intention, a form of radical self-examination that is sweeping Europe and Asia.

This will be his first visit to the United States.

Plus a free Friday evening lecture at 7pm on his most recent book, Who Am I in a Traumatized and Traumatizing Society, part personal account and part update on his theoretical thinking, exploring the core psychological challenges facing each of us in a world of endless war, climate change and self-destructive behavior.

A brilliant lecturer, he will make clear how this troubling environment impacts each of us from conception on and includes transgenerational trauma.

*PLEASE NOTE – no refunds will be issued after Monday August 5th.

Day 1 – Friday, August 16

Kerckhoff Grand Salon, UCLA

*Please plan to arrive at 8:15am to give yourself enough time to park and sign in.

9-9:30 AM
Introductions and Brief Overview

9:30 AM – 11:15 AM
Dr. Franz Ruppert will facilitate ID sessions

11:15 AM – 11:30 AM
Break

11:30 AM – 1 PM
Dr. Franz Ruppert will facilitate ID sessions

1 PM – 2PM
Lunch

2  PM – 3:45 PM
Dr. Franz Ruppert will facilitate ID sessions

3:45 PM- 4 PM
Break

4 PM- 6 PM
Dr. Franz Ruppert will facilitate ID sessions

6 PM – 7PM
Break

7 – 9:30PM
Lecture. Who am I in a traumatized and traumatizing society?

 

Day 2 – Saturday, August 17

Bruin Reception Room, UCLA

9 AM – 11 AM
Dr. Franz Ruppert will facilitate ID sessions

11 AM – 11:15 AM
Break

11:15 AM – 1 PM
Dr. Franz Ruppert will facilitate ID sessions

1 – 2PM
Lunch

2 PM – 3:45 PM
Dr. Franz Ruppert will facilitate ID sessions

3:45 PM – 4 PM
Break

4 PM – 6 PM
Dr. Franz Ruppert will facilitate ID sessions

 

Day 3 – Sunday, August 18

Bruin Reception Room, UCLA

9 AM – 11 AM
Dr. Franz Ruppert will facilitate ID sessions

11 AM – 11:15 AM
Break

11:15 AM – 1 PM
Dr. Franz Ruppert will facilitate ID sessions

1 – 2PM
Lunch

2 PM – 3:45 PM
Dr. Franz Ruppert will facilitate ID sessions

3:45 PM – 4 PM
Break

4 PM – 6 PM
Dr. Franz Ruppert will facilitate ID sessions

 

Parking Structure 8 is the nearest lot to the workshop location. Parking is $14/day.

When using Waze or Google Maps, entering in “Parking Structure 8 UCLA” will provide directions to the lot.

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To Register for CE hours for this workshop please click here.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

In Dr. Ruppert’s first visit to the United States he will facilitate three days of Identity Development sessions (known as Identity Constellations in Europe) using his sentence of Intention, a form of radical self-examination that is sweeping Europe and Asia.

Identity Development Sessions reveal your deepest self, using cutting-edge attachment theory and clinical trauma work.

Friday evening session (no CEU) – Dr. Ruppert will lecture on his most recent book, Who Am I in a Traumatized and Traumatizing Society, part personal account and part update on his theoretical thinking, exploring the core psychological challenges facing each of us in a world of endless war, climate change and self-destructive behavior.

A brilliant lecturer, he will make clear how this troubling environment impacts each of us from conception on and includes trans-generational trauma.

DR. FRANZ RUPPERT:

Franz Ruppert is one of the leading psychotraumatologists in Germany. He is a professor of psychology at Munich University and works as a psychotherapist in his own practice in Munich. Since 1995, he has focused on psychotherapeutic work, specifically on the causes of psychosis, schizophrenia and other forms of severe mental illness, combining this with his interest in bonding and attachment theories and modern trauma work in order to better understand the effect of traumatic events, not just for those who suffer the event, but on whole bonding systems such as families. He also works with individuals and facilitates workshops in Germany and many other countries throughout Europe, Scandinavia and Asia.

These CE hours are for:

Psychologists, Psychiatrists (←only partial credit for MDs via APA), Social Workers, MFTs, Counselors, Substance Abuse Counselors, Occupational Therapists, Nurses, Dentists, Coaches, other mental health and/or somatic practitioners.

See Schedule tab for Agenda.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

24 hours

12 Learning Objectives

Participants completing this course will be able to:

  1. Identify the 4 types of trauma in IoPT.
  2. Name two consequences of each type of trauma
  3. Identify 4 aspects of a healthy identity
  4. Identify two or more qualities that indicate you are in resonance for the subject.
  5. Describe the sentence of intention
  6. Name the first step in finding the way out of our Trauma-biography
  7. Identify three symptoms of a traumatized society
  8. Identify three symptoms of a traumatized individual.
  9. Identify the two psychic structures that arise in response to traumatic overwhelm
  10. Identify our first society
  11. Identify four physical manifestations of trauma
  12. Identify issues of trans-generational trauma impacting the Trauma-biography

The workshop will be in English and for 24 CE hours.

UCLA Kerckhoff Grand Salon & Bruin Reception Room

August 16th-18th 9am-6pm each day

Certificates are available following course completion at www.ceuregistration.com

There is no conflict of interest or commercial support for this program

For questions or concerns, email info@instituteforidentitydevelopment.com

Please visit UCLA’s website for a comprehensive list of accommodations near campus.

There is a cafeteria on campus next to our event location with a variety of options for lunch.

Here is a list of places to eat in the area after the workshop.

 

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