Prof. Dr. Franz Ruppert
THE INSTITUTE FOR IDENTITY DEVELOPMENT
For the first time in the United States - Professor Franz Ruppert - a two day workshop and lecture:
Who am I and what do I want?
Moving away from surviving towards a good life
Experience Identity Constellations using the Intention Method with Prof. Dr. Franz Ruppert, founder of Identity Oriented Psycho-trauma Theory (IoPT)
Los Angeles, August 17th-18th, 2019
San Francisco, August 24th-25th, 2019
For the past 27 years Prof. Dr. Franz Ruppert has researched existential trauma, trauma of loss, trauma of love, trauma of identity and connection systems trauma. His findings make clear that a resonance process using the method of intention is reliable for all types of trauma and the consequent psychological maladjustments.
During trauma processing, it is important that the client feels safe and can determine the pace of his/her recovery.
The method of intention, along with Dr. Ruppert’s ethical guidelines, facilitate the client’s development and enhancement of their healthy parts, recognizing survival mechanisms and finding effective alternatives so that trauma from all periods of a client’s life can be processed within a safe framework.
This will be Dr Ruppert’s first visit to the United States to participate in the resonance process using his method of intention and to lecture on the questions:
“WHO AM I AND WHAT DO I WANT?”
A human being develops in a healthy manner, physically and psychologically, as long he/she is not traumatized.
The I of the child develops in relation with the I of his mother.
Healthy psychological structures grow from within the person; they cannot be replaced by external guidelines or skills. No partner, medication, doctor or healer can take the place of a person’s own internal healthy psychological structures.
Who am I, if I don’t fulfill others’ expectations?
If I don’t perform, if I no longer sacrifice myself for others, what’s left of me?
What is my reason for being alive? What fills me with a joy of living?
Franz Ruppert’s IoPT covers early trauma as well as later trauma, the consequences and the way out.
*Early Bird pricing of $450 available until 6/17/19. Purchase nonrefundable after 6/17/19.