Introduction to the Moving Cycle – NEW!
Professional Development at SRH University Heidelberg with Prof. Dr. Christine Caldwell
The Moving Cycle is a form of body-centered psychotherapy developed since the early 1980´s by Prof. Christine Caldwell, Naropa University, Boulder/Colorado. It integrates academic and research findings as well as concepts from neuroscience, developmental psychology, and biology. The Moving Cycle works in a process-oriented, present moment manner, and stresses the importance of trusting the body’s emerging inner authority. Grounded on intersubjectivity between therapist and client, a field of sensitively attuned relationship, clients learn to trust the body’s ability to access implicit memories, engage in creative experimentation, learn how to use non-judgmental attention to breath, sensation, and movement as primary sources of self-regulation. This seminar will experientially introduce the participant to this form of healing. It is a pre-requisite to further training in the Moving Cycle, open to all people in the healing professions, particularly oriented towards verbal therapists, dance therapists, body psychotherapists, trauma therapists, movement educators, physiotherapists, and students in these disciplines. More information about Christine Caldwell, Moving Cycle, Trainings on: www.themovingcycle.com/
|Thursday||27. April 2017||09:00-17:30|
|Friday||28. April 2017||09:00-17:30|
|Saturday||29. April 2017||09:00-17:30|