How to become professional in psychotherapy. By Dr Alfried Laengle 3 March, 2022

Updated: Feb 15



Join us on March 3rd 19.00-20.30 (London time), to experience a FREE Lecture for professionals in helping professions by Dr Alfried Laengle


Dr Laengle will talk about

  • the essence of psychotherapeutic work and the tools therapists use to help people

  • the basics of Existential Analysis, the foremost approach of humanistic psychology

  • the way to a fulfilling life!

Join us, if you want:

  • To become a psychotherapist

  • To expand your professional horizons and learn a range of techniques, also ideal for HR specialists, teachers, physicians

  • To deepen your self-knowledge, try to understand yourself and others better, lead a more meaningful and balanced life.

Becoming a psychotherapist requires serious study of the humanities, of human capacities and potential deficiencies, and their potential effect in provoking psychodynamic reactions and establishing psychopathology.

But even more than this knowledge, it requires the development of one’s own personality in order to really be open to clients and patients, and capable of accompanying them.

Apart from this main "tool", there are other methods to be learned - an enterprise which also has a great effect on one’s personal life and sense of fulfillment.

We will also review the 4-year training programme in Existential Analysis, which Dr Laengle has managed since 1992. Today, the course is taught across Europe, in North & South America and in Russia. We now propose a hybrid format (3/4 online, 1/4 in person in London or Vienna)!

This is also an excellent opportunity to get an academic Master’s degree, together with a Psychotherapy diploma!


When: Thursday 3rd March, 7pm

Where: Zoom conference online.


Places are limited. Register now!


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Existential Analysis can be described as phenomenological and person-oriented psychotherapy, which aims to guide individuals towards leading their life more freely and authentically. It supports them in coming to terms with their own emotions and behaviours while living more in line with their ‘inner consent’ and with greater freedom and awareness. The main goal of Existential Analysis is to see a person in their core essence, assisting them to find meaning and fulfilment and to live in harmony with their values.

DR. ALFRIED LAENGLE

Psychotherapist, Existential Analyst, Clinical Psychologist, MD, Ph.D. A successor for Viktor Frankl.

Scientific developments in Psychotherapy and Existential Analysis.


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