Rob Fisher Workshop SYDNEY
“Experiential Psychotherapy with Couples”, 6-9 April 2019
Hakomi Experiential Psychotherapy is a mindfulness-based approach to self-understanding. Not simply part of the ‘tool kit’ in Hakomi, mindfulness forms the very foundation of the therapeutic encounter. Much more than a method or set of techniques, Hakomi is a way of looking at the world that is compassionate, mindful, curious, non-invasive, humorous and respectful.
Hakomi combines body-oriented techniques with verbal interventions supported by unique guiding principles. These principles (body-mind integration, mindfulness, non-violence and organicity) create a gentle and respectful frame for the unfolding of the intricate body-mind process. Included in the trainings are new findings and applications from the field of trauma, attachment and developmental neuroscience.
We offer ongoing opportunities to experience the Hakomi approach. These workshops are stand-alone events in their own right and also form part of the prerequisite for application to the Hakomi Professional Training. Most offer a blend of professional development and personal growth, presented by local and international trainers.
We are pleased to confirm that the fifth Perth Hakomi professional skills training is scheduled to begin in February 2019 in Perth. This is a seven module training, each module consisting 9 days, teaching the full Hakomi Institute curriculum. On completion students will graduate from the Hakomi Institute (USA).