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Philosophical Counseling And Practices

54 hours - Group Practitioner Training

  • 2,750 British pounds


A transformational, empowering and enriching Philosophical Counseling and Practices Training... The program is designed for those who are interested in Philosophical Counseling and Practices as an approach as well as for those who want to gain personal and professional competences in this field. It aims to develop the participants' abilities: ๐Ÿ’Ž To think healthy in their individual and professional lives ๐Ÿ’Ž To ask functional questions ๐Ÿ’Ž To make good decisions according to the circumstances ๐Ÿ’Ž To improve problem solving skills, by using practical wisdom. The training is built on two main foundations that complement each other, in terms of theory and practice. Facilitating Experts: + Claire Arnold Baker (NSPC, The Existential Academy) + David Sumiacher (CECAPFI) + Jorge Humberto Dias (Gabinete PROJECT@) + Isabelle Millon (IPP) + Kristof Van Rossem (Socratischgesprek) + Lou Marinoff (APPA) + Memduh Ozmert (Viktor Frankl Institute of Logotherapy) + Oscar Brenifier (IPP) + Peter Harteloh (Erasmus Institute for Philosophical It will start at 10:00 on Sunday, May 21st and will continue on Thursday evenings between 20 - 23:00 GMT. The training will be alternated between Saturday and Sunday every week. The fee for this enriching training is set at ยฃ2750. Content Structure 1. Philosophical Counseling & Practices 1. A. What is philosophical counseling? 1. B. Its origin and contemporary history 1. C. What kind of problems does it include? 1. D. What makes philosophical counseling philosophical? 2. Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology 2. A. Similar and different approaches 2. B. Techniques based on Philosophical Counseling: Existential Therapy and Logotherapy 3. Methods of Philosophical Counseling & Practices 3. A. Philosophy as a technique 3. B. Philosophical heritage 4. The Applications of Philosophical Counseling & Practices 4. A. Counseling for oneself, questions and problems 4. B. Counseling for individuals; methods and practices 4. C. Counseling for groups; methods and practices 5. The Eligibility of Interlocutor 6. Ethical Codes of Practice and Legal Issue 7. Philosophical Counseling as a Profession

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