This one-year, interactive course offers an in-depth experience of working with biography, life experiences and archetypal life phases. It is designed to deepen understanding for each person’s unique place and individual sense of purpose in the world. It is intended to enrich the individual and to enhance their professional practice. Participants are invited to explore meaning, and develop a sense of reverence for the mystery and complexity of their own and others’ biographies.
The course is designed to stimulate a path of inner development in order to consider how personal transformation can be a resource for the whole. By collectively co-creating a safe place, participants are invited to work with new, emergent and threshold experiences in a self-directed and supported way, encouraging the exploration of participants’ questions and themes. Time will be given for developing contemplative inner practices, learning through artistic processes and attending to practising listening and speaking skills.
The course is informed by a variety of approaches to counselling and psychotherapy, particularly inspired by thinkers who offer an understanding of soul and spirit, and embrace the search for meaning. It is grounded in ideas arising from Anthroposophy, a spiritual approach to life founded by Rudolf Steiner.
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More info can be found on Professional Association of Biographical Counsellors website.