International further education for biography work in educational & healing arts
Medical-therapeutic aspects of biography work for doctors, therapists and educationalists
Module 1: December 3–6, 2020
In anthroposophic biographical work the great importance of childhood and adolescence for later development in health and illness becomes visible. In families, day-care centers and schools, human fate and the fate of the times meet in our multicultural society today and have a lasting impact on biographical developments.
How can medical-therapeutic aspects of biography work be helpful for the prevention of possible disorders, for the accompaniment and treatment of children and adolescents, as well as their parents? Which intervention possibilities result from this for patients and clients in view of life and illness crises in later life?
Due to this close connection between medical and educational aspects, our second advanced training course on the medical-therapeutic aspects of biographical work is not only aimed at biographical consultants and therapeutic practitioners, but this time explicitly also at educators and teachers.
The further training stands in co-operation with the BVBA and the academy of the GAÄD and the Bund der Freien Waldorfschulen.
1st module: 3–6 December 2020 in the Christengemeinschaft in Kassel, Germany
2nd module: 2–5 December 2021 at the anthroposophic center in Kassel, Germany
3rd module: to be announced
420 euros (For therapists and pedagogues who do not receive further training support from their institution, a reduction is possible on request.)
Carine Biessels: Biographical Counsellor, student of human medicine, lecturer for biographical work at the University of Witten-Herdecke, biographical counselling for ten years, founding member of PABC (Professional Association of Biographical Counselling UK)
Dr. med. Michaela Glöckler: Pediatrician and adolescent physician, head of the Medical Section at the Goetheanum from 1988 to 2016, international training and lecturing activities
Dr. med. Susanne Hofmeister: Anthroposophic medicine, biographical work, process- and embodiment-focused psychology