Help Others While Helping Yourself

The Institute offers training for ID session facilitators and certification for practitioners (therapy, counseling, coaching, bodywork and other modalities) who support ID session subjects.

We provide a thorough understanding of modern bonding, attachment and trauma theory and clinical research. Students will gain a basic understanding of neuroscience and basic human biology as it relates to ID sessions as well as quantum mechanics, epigenetic and other psychological methodologies that have similarities with ID sessions and IoPT theory.

Students will learn how transgenerational trauma and distress – from conception on – affects identity development; the development of free will; and all other mental structures as well as body development and growth.

ID Facilitator Basic Training

Length: 18 months (6 modules, 10 weeks each, 3-hour classes)
Location: Los Angeles, California
Language: English

Each class includes an ID session and follow up. Because of the growing demand, ID facilitators with proper credentials in other methodologies will be available to facilitate ID sessions after 1 year of training.

Certification for Health Care Practitioners

Length: 5 weeks, 3-hour class each week

Become certified in working with ID subjects using your current methodology. Because ID sessions are not therapy nor a substitute for therapy, the Institute maintains a directory of therapists and other practitioners who are familiar with the ID process and subjects.

International Advanced Training (Level 3 IoPT)

Prerequisite: Compeleted ID Facilitator Training in Los Angeles
Location: Munich, Germany and Oslo, Norway

ID Sessions are based on Dr. Franz Ruppert’s Identity oriented Psycho Trauma Therapy (IoPT) method.

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ID sessions are not therapy, nor a substitute for therapy. Like yoga or meditation, ID sessions enhance any therapy, spritual/religious practice or cultural orientation by recovering all of you.