EURYTHMY THERAPY TRAINING
The Eurythmy Therapy Training in Great Britain prepares eurythmists to work in all fields of eurythmy therapy with an international diploma from the Medical Section of the Goetheanum in Dornach, Switzerland. This Diploma and MA qualify the eurythmy therapist to join professional organisations in their own country and to work in the profession in a range of healthcare settings. The definition of eurythmy therapy and the guidelines and professional profile can be viewed for more details.
'We aim to give students a foundation in professional skills and enable them to develop capacities of observation, reflection, imagination and therapeutic intuition. An emphasis is placed on experiential learning, linking theme-based lectures with practical sessions, and alternating blocks of taught modules with practice placements.
As trainers we work in a collaborative spirit with each other and with the students, fostering a diversity of approach and encouraging personal development and mutual support.'
The training in eurythmy therapy takes place over three years and consists of five modules of four weeks each in the spring and summer, plus two online modules of one week each in the autumn. In the final year the student will be working independently on the final Case Study thesis. In addition to these blocks the student must complete observation and practice placement blocks under the supervision of qualified eurythmy therapists.
Throughout the training there are written and oral assignments, which must be satisfactorily completed, including a fully documented Case Study as a final thesis.
The Eurythmy Therapy Training in Great Britain follows the guidelines set out in the International Framework Curriculum.
For the exact dates of the next works, please see the Course Overview.
For more information, see the Eurythmy Therapy Training