ABOUT THE TRAINING
Existential Analysis can be described as phenomenological and person-oriented psychotherapy. Human existence is shaped by the capacity to make authentic decisions while being fully conscious of both one's freedom and one’s responsibility.
The aim of Existential Analysis is to guide an individual towards leading their life authentically and freely. This is accomplished through a practical methodology of continually bringing into focus their ‘inner consent’ while working on their fundamental existential motivations and phenomenologically processing any issues, conflicts or traumas. It deals with the whole person and not the symptoms, it is a method that can be applied to all kinds of psychological problems and disorders.
Although this description resonates with the Rogerian concept of ‘congruence’, EA places far more emphasis on active decision-making and individual commitments rather than any accompanying moods or feelings.
The GLE International training programme was created by Dr Alfried Laengle in 1991 and is based on foundations developed together with Viktor Frankl as well as Laengle' s own later research. Today, this highly successful training course is taught in North America, South America, Russia and across Europe.
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This course will provide you an enhanced learning experience which focuses on you as an individual and delivers personal, dedicated training.
The core aim of Existential Analysis is to help people recognise and come to terms with their emotions and behaviours in order to be able to live with their own ‘inner consent’.
The Diploma (Certificate) from GLE International qualifies people to practice counselling, psychotherapy and coaching in the UK.
Austrian Training Programme For Psychotherapists is now available in the UK. Our full training course gives you unique skills in Existential Analysis and Logotherapy and opens up new paths for your future.
WHY EXISTENTIAL ANALYSIS?
THE COURSE IS DESIGNED FOR
and those interested in expanding their professional horizons and range of techniques
Helping professions such as:
Those who are looking for a career change:
those who would like to communicate with others on a regular basis, and help them solve problems to find their true self
Those who are interested in deepening their self-knowledge:
who try to understand themselves and others better, to lead a meaningful and balanced life.
What will you get from an
EXISTENTIAL ANALYSIS training?
Ways to find meaning
The key to having a fulfilling personal life
Tools on how to help others to come to such a life
Knowledge about the structure of existence: how it is built and how life functions
Develop a new openness and mindfulness to the world and oneself
Understand psychic disorders and problems and how they originate from the fundaments of existence
Personal growth and development while acquiring professional excellence
Inspiration from the life-experience and encounters of other group members
TAUGHT BY DR. ALFRIED LAENGLE*
Psychotherapist, Existential Analyst, Clinical Psychologist, MD, Ph.D. Successor for Viktor Frankl.
Scientific developments in Psychotherapy and Existential Analysis.
Ex-president of the International Society of Logotherapy and Existential Analysis (GLE-I).
Founder and scientific supervisor of a number of educational centers of existential analysis in Berlin, Hanover, Munich, Bern, Zurich, Vienna, Innsbruck, Prague, Moscow, Kiev, St. Petersburg, Vancouver, Los Angeles, Riga, London.
Author of several books and a large number of scientific articles devoted to the theory and practice of existential analysis.
*The classes are conducted by Alfried Laengle and other trainers from GLE International:
Derrick Klaassen, Ph.D., Vancouver B.C.
Käri-Ann Thorn, Vancouver B.C.
Beth Daily, Vancouver B.C.
The basic training centers thematically on the transmission of existential analytical anthropology and coping with existential borderline situations and crises (the teaching of meaning and existence). It deals with the questions of human nature and personhood. It also deals with existential motivation and the effects and symptoms of existential failure.
The contents will be reached, for the most part, by self awareness (inductive) and completed through lectures and discussions using illustrations of cases. The self aware interaction of personal experiences, coping behavior and points of view concerning the theoretical content generates a special plasticity and promotes a personal, emotional access.
Topics for the psychotherapeutic training in Existential Analysis
This course will be covering topics such as:
Introduction and framework to Existential Analysis
Existential Analysis theory of motivations
Therapeutic relationships and dialogue
Fear, phobia, panic, compulsion; fearful personality disorder
For full list and more details please follow the link below.
(4.5 consecutive days per module)
4 modules per year (4,5 years)
Subjects: personality theories, theory of existence, existential motivations in theory and practice, methods of working with clients, clinical theory (psychopathology, aetiology) and self-reflection groups. The education program is provided in a comprehensive manner.
50 hours of self-awareness **
Individual sessions with course lecturers or with therapists, certified by GLE-International.
Practical work **
At least 600 hours of client work conducted by the student, supported by reports.
245 hours* Self reflection
in experiential group
The participants of the course meet regularly throughout the training to work on understanding and applying the existential concepts.
150 hours of group supervision *
Supervision of client cases: at least 150 hours (individual and in groups) including discussion of 5-7 cases from students’ own practice.
* 1 academic hour = 50 min
**Individual consultations (individual self-reflection), private and group supervision, exam retakes are charged separately.
FEES AND PAYMENT
Payment can be made by modules
EA therapist is £70-120 per session
no cost EA small groups
Minimum 50 hours (usually 70-80 hours)
Minimum 32 hours individually with therapist - minimum 16 of these hours with EA therapist (for other therapists, 2 hours count as 1 hour)
Maximum 18 hours in EA small groups (3 hours count as 1 hour, hence maximum 54 hours in EA small groups)
EA supervision day ( 8 hours):
£100 for students.
Maximum 150 hours
Minimum 75 hours with EA therapist
5 exams – 4 interim and 1 final
Successful written examination - 85% pass mark. It is possible to re-sit the exam for an additional fee.
Written paper of at least 30 pages
(double spaced in standard academic format)
A case study or research work conducted using the existential analytical methodology. An article published in a scientific journal is sufficient to count as graduate work.
Make sure you meet following criteria to proceed application.
Education: bachelor’s degree in any discipline
Good knowledge of English
1-4 month experience in helping the environment (paid or voluntary), such as befriending, telephone support, nursing, etc.