Curriculum for Practitioner in Logosynthesis®

The further training to become a Practitioner in Logosynthesis® is aimed at specialists in coaching, consulting, supervision, psychotherapy, pedagogy, adult education and other forms of counseling who are qualified through comprehensive, completed training in this direction. The basics of these professions are not taught in the practitioner curriculum, but rather are assumed. If you do not (yet) meet these conditions, please contact us: So far there are more than 200 Practitioners in Logosynthesis® certified.

The Practitioner Curriculum focuses on learning, applying and integrating the basic theory and practice of Logosynthesis. Supporting the healing and development journey of your clients is only possible if you, as the professional, engage in your own healing and development. Therefore, a comprehensive personal development program for you, as the learner, is part of supporting clients in the best possible way. Topics that are worked with Logosynthesis can be, for example:

  • Dissolving blockages in life design and career
  • conflict management
  • Presentation anxiety and fear of public speaking
  • Difficulties in making decisions
  • Tensions in the partnership and family relationships
  • Dealing with body symptoms
  • Dissolving emotional blockages
  • Dealing with learning blocks and exam anxiety
  • Fears in workplace communication

As a psychotherapist, counsellor, coach, supervisor, or educator, you will learn the Logosynthesis theory and methods to complement and deepen your existing experience and competence.

For professionals in the field of psychotherapy who treat pathological patterns in feelings, thoughts and behavior, Logosynthesis offers an important extension of existing models., e.g. when processing traumatic events, phobias, eating disorders and depression.

The Practitioner in Logosynthesis® certificate proves that you can use logosynthesis safely and professionally in your practice and at the same time have gone through a personal development process in order to comprehensively support people within the scope of your competence.
As a certified practitioner in logosynthesis, you can mention this title among your qualifications and officially use logosynthesis. As a LIA member, you will be listed on the website and therefore easily found by potential clients.

The degree is the prerequisite for certification as an instructor, master practitioner or trainer in Logosynthesis®.

The course to become a Practitioner in Logosynthesis is offered by certified Logosynthesis trainers. It includes 12 seminar days, supervision and a written final paper. The training begins with the introductory seminar Logosynthesis Basic. This is followed by further thematic seminars, the order of which you determine, and a Logosynthesis Live seminar. The seminars offer: presentation of theory; live demonstrations and plenary discussion opportunities. The seminar also includes practice groups sessions, allowing you to learn from assuming different roles.

Practitioner curriculum includes the following elements:

  • Completion of the Logosynthesis Basic. course. This seminar offers an overview of the Logosynthesis model and method, via theory, demonstrations and exercises.
  • Completion of Logosynthesis Live.This workshop offers the opportunity to experience Logosynthesis in action, working with the personal issues of the participants.
  • Completion of the three Path seminars:
    The Path of Courage, The Path of Will, and The Path of Trust.
  • Two days of group supervision or three hours of individual supervision. Accredited supervisors can be found here. These supervision hours include supervision for your final written paper..
  • Participation in a practice group with 4-6 sessions per year
  • A written final paper (6000 words) on one’s own learning experience with Logosynthesis, including a case study of work with a client, which must be supervised before submission.