- Professionals in Logosynthesis
The Practitioner in Logosynthesis® training is aimed at specialists in coaching, supervision, psychotherapy and other forms of counselling who have completed comprehensive training in their respective fields. The Practitioner curriculum assumes knowledge in coaching, supervision, psychotherapy or another counselling form. It does not cover basic principles, so please contact us if you are interested in the training but do not (yet) meet this requirement. Around 130 Practitioners in Logosynthesis have been certified to date.
The Practitioner in Logosynthesis curriculum is focused around learning and applying Logosynthesis’ methods. The training also aims for learners to undergo comprehensive personal development, thereby allowing them to support subsequent clients in a profound and optimal way. Practitioners can only support clients’ development processes if they continually develop themselves.
Topics that are addressed with Logosynthesis may include:
Coaches, supervisors, counsellors and psychotherapists will learn a new method and way of thinking to complement their existing practice and extend the tools available to them.
For psychotherapists who treat pathological patterns of feeling, thought and behaviour – Logosynthesis offers an important extension to their existing tools, e.g. with phobias, eating disorders, depression and the processing of traumatic events.
A qualified Practitioner in Logosynthesis will be able to prove that they can apply Logosynthesis safely and professionally in their practice – and that they have undergone a personal development process that enables them to provide comprehensive support for the people with whom they work.
As a certified Practitioner in Logosynthesis, you will be permitted to list this title among your qualifications and apply Logosynthesis in an official capacity. As an LIA member, you’ll also be listed on the website where you’ll be easy to find for potential clients.
The Practitioner in Logosynthesis training is provided by recognised facilitators. The training includes 12 seminar days, supervision and a piece of final written work. It always begins with the Logosynthesis Basic introductory seminar, but participants decide the remaining seminars and topics (including their order) depending on their interests and specialisations.
The seminars operate through whole group and working group input and live demonstrations in which you’ll variously take on the roles of client, guide, coach and observer.
The training includes the following elements:
A detailed course specification can be found in the Certification regulations. Please contact us to register your interest or ask questions about the Practitioner in Logosynthesis training: firstname.lastname@example.org