Being Your Self at Home and the Presence of Longing with Massimo Rosselli, MD (preview)

Plenary Talk B: Thursday 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Being Your Self at Home and the Presence of Longing with Massimo Rosselli  (102 min.)

Being Your True Self is an invitation to a journey. Psychosynthesis process is a homeward journey where the Self is the traveller, but also the way and the goal. Being Your Self becomes your unique path on the wave of longing where individuality and universality meet in the same Heart.

Educational Objectives: Attendees will be able to:

– Better understand the Self as the core point of life’s journey.

– Connect to the issue of home related to the Self.

– Value the importance of longing as heartfelt Self.

Massimo Rosselli, MD, is a psychiatrist, clinical psychologist and psychosynthesis psychotherapist. He has been trained in Psychosynthesis with Roberto Assagioli, with whom he collaborated in the practice and teaching of psychosynthesis. He is a former Professor at the University of Florence, Italy; Didactic Trainer, teacher and lecturer of psychosynthesis internationally, author and editor of several publications. He is Past President of SIPT (Italian Society of Psychosynthesis Psychotherapy) and President of EFPP (European Federation for Psychosynthesis Psychotherapy).

Losing and Re-finding Self/self in Human Systems with Mark Horowitz, MA (Full view, 46 min.)

Plenary Talk C: Friday 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Losing and Re-finding Self/self in Human Systems with Mark Horowitz (46 min.)

When we do not see systemically and are not aware of systemic pressures we can think we are acting from our own volition, when in fact we are simply, unconsciously and reflexively, responding to systemic forces. Mark will focus on the questions: “What are system forces?” “How can we become aware of them?” and “What can we do once we have reclaimed self and remembered we have choice?”

Educational Objectives: Attendees will be able to:

– Understand what system forces are.

– Experientially recognize the effect of system forces on individuals and the system.

– Understand how a balance of love and power can be used to counteract these system forces.

Mark Horowitz, MA, is a leadership and organizational development consultant, an experienced educator, and board certified coach. He trained in Humanistic Psychology with Abraham Maslow, PhD and in Psychosynthesis with Roberto Assagioli, MD. He has studied the field of human systems for over 35 years as a licensed individual and family therapist and as a management consultant and coach for businesses in the United States, Europe, Scandinavia, and Russia. He is a faculty member of the International School of Psychotherapy and Group Counseling in St. Petersburg, Russia, and has been an adjunct faculty member at John F. Kennedy University and Antioch San Francisco in California, and at Suffolk and Lesley Universities in Boston. Mark has taught Psychosynthesis at many centers around the world, including the Psychosynthesis Institute in San Francisco, and the Institute of Psychosynthesis, London.

Losing and Re-finding Self/self in Human Systems with Mark Horowitz, MA (preview)

Plenary Talk C: Friday 9:00 am – 10:00 am

Losing and Re-finding Self/self in Human Systems with Mark Horowitz (46 min.)

When we do not see systemically and are not aware of systemic pressures we can think we are acting from our own volition, when in fact we are simply, unconsciously and reflexively, responding to systemic forces. Mark will focus on the questions: “What are system forces?” “How can we become aware of them?” and “What can we do once we have reclaimed self and remembered we have choice?”

Educational Objectives: Attendees will be able to:

– Understand what system forces are.

– Experientially recognize the effect of system forces on individuals and the system.

– Understand how a balance of love and power can be used to counteract these system forces.

Mark Horowitz, MA, is a leadership and organizational development consultant, an experienced educator, and board certified coach. He trained in Humanistic Psychology with Abraham Maslow, PhD and in Psychosynthesis with Roberto Assagioli, MD. He has studied the field of human systems for over 35 years as a licensed individual and family therapist and as a management consultant and coach for businesses in the United States, Europe, Scandinavia, and Russia. He is a faculty member of the International School of Psychotherapy and Group Counseling in St. Petersburg, Russia, and has been an adjunct faculty member at John F. Kennedy University and Antioch San Francisco in California, and at Suffolk and Lesley Universities in Boston. Mark has taught Psychosynthesis at many centers around the world, including the Psychosynthesis Institute in San Francisco, and the Institute of Psychosynthesis, London.

Soul Process Work with Thomas Yeomans, PhD (full view, 52 min, 22 min, 33 min.)

Part 1: talk  (52 min)

Part 2: demonstration (22 min)

Part 3: practicum (33 min)

 

Workshop 106: Thursday 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Soul Process Work with Thomas Yeomans

A brief training in the principles and practices of Soul Process Work. Soul Process Work is about how to contact and draw on the energies of the True Self in the present moment for their integration and use in daily life. The presentation will include teaching, demonstration, dyadic practicum, and group dialogue.

Educational Objectives: Attendees will be able to:

– Understand more fully how the True Self works in human experience.

– Work more sensitively with the energies of the Self.

– Work more precisely and confidently in the present moment with these energies.

– Understand better the various theories of the Self.

– Have greater skill in integrating Self and personal experience.

Thomas Yeomans, PhD, is the Founder/Director of the Concord Institute in the USA and co-founder of the International School in St Petersburg, Russia. He has trained helping professionals in Psychosynthesis and Spiritual Psychology throughout North America and Europe for the last 45 years.

The Third Awakening with Thomas Yeomans, PhD (full view, 45 min.)

Plenary Talk E: Sunday 9:00 am – 10:00 am

The Third Awakening with Thomas Yeomans (45 min.)

The process of spiritual awakening includes the shift from unconscious to conscious (first awakening), from personal consciousness to Self consciousness (second awakening), and now in the last years a third awakening from Self-consciousness to World Soul-consciousness, Sacred Planet, and Living Universe. This talk explores this emerging third awakening as a response to the global crises and changes we face as a species on earth.

Educational Objectives: Attendees will be able to:

  • Better understand the process of spiritual awakening.
  • Work more skillfully with this process in themselves and with others.
  • Apply the contributions of Psychosynthesis to planetary work.
  • Better evaluate their own choices in the light of this larger context.
  • Deepen their experience of the True Self.

Thomas Yeomans, PhD, is the Founder/Director of the Concord Institute in the USA and co-founder of the International School in St Petersburg, Russia. He has trained helping professionals in Psychosynthesis and Spiritual Psychology throughout North America and Europe for the last 45 years.

The Third Awakening with Thomas Yeomans, PhD (preview)

Plenary Talk E: Sunday 9:00 am – 10:00 am

The Third Awakening with Thomas Yeomans

The process of spiritual awakening includes the shift from unconscious to conscious (first awakening), from personal consciousness to Self consciousness (second awakening), and now in the last years a third awakening from Self-consciousness to World Soul-consciousness, Sacred Planet, and Living Universe. This talk explores this emerging third awakening as a response to the global crises and changes we face as a species on earth.

Educational Objectives: Attendees will be able to:

  • Better understand the process of spiritual awakening.
  • Work more skillfully with this process in themselves and with others.
  • Apply the contributions of Psychosynthesis to planetary work.
  • Better evaluate their own choices in the light of this larger context.
  • Deepen their experience of the True Self.

Thomas Yeomans, PhD, is the Founder/Director of the Concord Institute in the USA and co-founder of the International School in St Petersburg, Russia. He has trained helping professionals in Psychosynthesis and Spiritual Psychology throughout North America and Europe for the last 45 years.

Soul Process Work with Thomas Yeomans, PhD (preview)

Part 1: talk, demonstration (78 min)


Part 2: practicum (33 min)

Workshop 106: Thursday 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Soul Process Work with Thomas Yeomans

A brief training in the principles and practices of Soul Process Work. Soul Process Work is about how to contact and draw on the energies of the True Self in the present moment for their integration and use in daily life. The presentation will include teaching, demonstration, dyadic practicum, and group dialogue.

Educational Objectives: Attendees will be able to:

– Understand more fully how the True Self works in human experience.

– Work more sensitively with the energies of the Self.

– Work more precisely and confidently in the present moment with these energies.

– Understand better the various theories of the Self.

– Have greater skill in integrating Self and personal experience.

Thomas Yeomans, PhD, is the Founder/Director of the Concord Institute in the USA and co-founder of the International School in St Petersburg, Russia. He has trained helping professionals in Psychosynthesis and Spiritual Psychology throughout North America and Europe for the last 45 years.

Reducing Suffering: The Clinical Applications of Psychosynthesis with Richard Schaub, Ph.D.

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.

Goodness of Fit: Psychosynthesis Coaching as a Path to Right Livelihood with Dorothy Firman, EdD (Full view, 68 min.)

Workshop 203: Friday 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Goodness of Fit: Psychosynthesis Coaching as a Path to Right Livelihood with Dorothy Firman (68 min.)

Psychosynthesis Coaching is an emerging field that is drawing attention across the globe. Its transformational process lends itself perfectly to the field of coaching. Certified coaching (NBCC) offers psychosynthesis practitioners a new venue for work, potentially spanning the globe and responding to a wide range of work themes and styles. This workshop will be an experiential introduction to Psychosynthesis Coaching, for all who are interested!

Educational Objectives: Attendees will be able to:

– Understand psychosynthesis coaching.

– Learn coaching techniques.

– Explore the difference between coaching and counseling.

– Comprehend the essentials of the coaching field.

– Articulate a psychosynthesis approach to coaching

Dorothy Firman, EdD, LMHC, BCC, is a psychotherapist and life coach and is the director of the Synthesis Center and its training programs. She is the author of many books and scholarly articles, is on the editorial board of the International Journal of Psychotherapy and is a professor of psychology at American International College.

Goodness of Fit: Psychosynthesis Coaching as a Path to Right Livelihood with Dorothy Firman, EdD (preview)

Workshop 203: Friday 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Goodness of Fit: Psychosynthesis Coaching as a Path to Right Livelihood with Dorothy Firman (68 min.)

Psychosynthesis Coaching is an emerging field that is drawing attention across the globe. Its transformational process lends itself perfectly to the field of coaching. Certified coaching (NBCC) offers psychosynthesis practitioners a new venue for work, potentially spanning the globe and responding to a wide range of work themes and styles. This workshop will be an experiential introduction to Psychosynthesis Coaching, for all who are interested!

Educational Objectives: Attendees will be able to:

– Understand psychosynthesis coaching.

– Learn coaching techniques.

– Explore the difference between coaching and counseling.

– Comprehend the essentials of the coaching field.

– Articulate a psychosynthesis approach to coaching

Dorothy Firman, EdD, LMHC, BCC, is a psychotherapist and life coach and is the director of the Synthesis Center and its training programs. She is the author of many books and scholarly articles, is on the editorial board of the International Journal of Psychotherapy and is a professor of psychology at American International College.