To live with inner fulfillment and meaning –
A practical application of Viennese Style Existential Analysis.
Human beings strive for a fulfilled life worth living, especially when there are difficult situations to overcome. This stems from navigating life’s challenges by engaging in activities such as counselling of problems in everyday living and family all the way to the treatment of psychic disorders.
This weekend will cover content, such as:
How to lead a fulfilling life?
What do we need to get there?
Ways to access fulfilment in life?
Do deficits of these structures lead to psychopathology?
These basic human questions depend on the tools and prerequisites needed to find the solutions to life’s problems and for the treatment of psychic disorders.
The notion about the structures and elements of human existence, of what is needed to unfold the capacities in one’s own life, and to make use of the world’s potential is a basic theme in this seminar. It brings the knowledge and wisdom of existential anthropology, along with clinical expertise for treatment, explained briefly.
The seminar suites all professionals who regularly interact with people, be it as psychologists, physicians, social workers, counsellors and coaches etc.
It provides knowledge and understanding of what makes life meaningful by using philosophical and psychological backgrounds with practical implications by giving a short description of how Existential Analysis (and Viktor Frankl’s Logotherapy) can aid clients to find meaning and achieve a fulfilled existence.
Introducing a cutting-edge approach to psychotherapy and counseling.
Day 1: 3 March, 9.30 a.m. - 6.00 p.m.
(Lunch 1 – 14.15)
Birkbeck, University of London Malet Street, Bloomsbury, London, WC1E 7HX
Day 2: 4 March, 9.30 a.m. - 6.00 p.m.
(Lunch 1 – 14.15)
The London Latvian Centre
72 Queensborough Terrace, W2 3SH
8 hours of lecture
8 hours self-reflection in a group format
Early Bird (20 February) - £100