Sydney Professional Training

NEW Sydney Hakomi Professional Training – Starts March 2017

We’re pleased to invite applications for the next intake of the Sydney professional training program, “Foundations of Hakomi”, commencing in March.

Download the Sydney 2017 Professional Training Brochure and the
Sydney 2017 Training Information Sheet

For more details, please Contact Us.

Learn mindfulness–centred psychotherapy

HAKOMI IS THE LEADING mindful, somatic psychotherapy in Australia. By combining mindfulness, fundamental principles and a precise methodology, Hakomi creates an extraordinarily effective path towards emotional and psychological transformation.

NOT ONLY A REFINED METHOD of Psychotherapy and a specific set of techniques, Hakomi also provides a view of how to be in the role of the health care provider with compassion and a mindful, curious attitude towards our clients and ourselves. By recognising and cultivating loving presence and compassion as an essential element of the method the Hakomi practioner reaches beyond the usual skill set of therapist into “being” with the client. Our goal is to turn out therapists who are as dedicated to fully understanding their own process as they are to the understanding of others.

THE HAKOMI METHOD has been taught internationally for 30 years, throughout the United States, Europe, Australia and New Zealand, and we offer professional trainings in the Sydney, Perth and New Zealand.

EACH HAKOMI TRAINING teaches the entire curriculum of the Hakomi Method, as outlined by the Educational Board of the Hakomi Institute, a non-profit educational organisation based in Boulder, Colorado.

Goals of the Training are:

  1. A deep understanding of the principles of the Hakomi Method and the ability to work with them.
  2. An understanding of the organisation of personality and character, and the ability to use this understanding discriminatingly.
  3. An understanding of the various maps of the therapeutic process and the ability to use those maps and Hakomi techniques precisely and appropriately.
  4. An understanding of one’s own personality as an instrument for therapy.