Plenary Talk C: Saturday 9:00 am – 10:00 am
Based on 35 years of applying psychosynthesis in clinical settings, this talk will describe the psychosynthetic practices that reduced suffering in a person in early addictions recovery, in a person with advanced cancer, and in a young adult with a negative self-image.
Educational Objectives: Attendees will be able to:
Understand how the concept of Self in psychosynthesis can be applied to reduce suffering.
Understand how the techniques of disidentification and Self-Identification contribute to reducing suffering.
Utilize the specific technique of Self-Identification.
Richard Schaub, PhD, has been a mental health professional for 35 years, applying psychosynthesis in hospitals, clinics, drug rehab, adolescent day hospital, private practice and international training of health professionals. He is co-founder of the New York Psychosynthesis Institute.