Three year psycho therapy course
Teachings are based on the Sisifos Method which includes Aristotle's confinement method – deeply rooted in dialogue and psycho analysis.
The Sisifos Method is psycho analysis based on a vigorous dialogue between therapist and client. This is quite the opposite of Freudian theory, where the therapist listens passively to the client's monologue in a sequence for several years.
The school gives students a deep understanding of all the fundamentals of therapy:
- What really is a psyche?
- The differences between psyche and logic
- What is effective psycho analysis?
- Categorizing and identifying symptoms
- How do different symptoms come about?
Upon graduation, as a therapist you will be able to, use dialogue to find the hidden reasons that lie behind all human phenomena and provide therapy for the real conditions or ‘symptoms’ of your client.
The modules within the three year course:
The Third Module – Post-modern symptoms and Therapy