What is Logosynthesis?
A new, comprehensive system for healing and development.
Logosynthesis is used in coaching, counselling and psychotherapy - and as a self-help tool. The model supports people in finding their deeply personal life path. Logosynthesis is efficient, effective and easy to communicate. The system contains a theoretical model, a basic attitude, principles of action and concrete interventions.
A unique combination of principles of action.
Logosynthesis is based on an integration of concepts from many schools of counselling and psychotherapy: psychoanalysis, NLP, hypnotherapy, transactional analysis and energetic psychology. Professionals of different directions therefore recognise principles of their own school in Logosynthesis. However, the combination of the principles of action and the process are unique and surprising even for professionals.
A holistic model based on a comprehensive view of the human being.
Logosynthesis is embedded in a coherent, comprehensive view of the human being: Human beings are more than body and psyche. A soul, a higher self, an essence, has always been part of the human experience. This essence gives meaning to our lives. Body and psyche are tools to shape our lives. Many tend to identify with these tools. They believe they are their body, their emotions, their thoughts or their needs. Logosynthesis helps to reconnect with the essence and find a deeper meaning in life.
Founded and further developed by Dr. Willem Lammers
Dr Willem Lammers, Msc, TSTA, is a psychologist, psychotherapist and coach for individuals and organisations; also a supervisor, lecturer and trainer.
He has spent many years of his professional career searching for effective models and methods to alleviate suffering and promote development....
In 2005, he discovered the basics of Logosynthesis and created a model based on it, which he has been consistently developing ever since.
Dr. Willem Lammers has published several books on Logosynthesis, with translations into various languages, see Books and Articles.
For more about Logosynthesis and its founder, see here.