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Identity and Health by Vivian Broughton, UK
Fri, 11 Nov 2016, 10:00 AM – Sat, 12 Nov 2016, 6:00 PM SGT
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Rhemaworks International proudly presents another quality lecture and workshop on personal development. We are privileged to be able to host Ms Vivian Broughton from UK for another immersive weekend of training and lecture. We warmly welcome all of you to come and understand the impacts of the traumatisation of our identity based on Professor Franz Ruppert's 20 years of scientific research, and its impact on our physical body. It's a workshop for every adult person or teenager to explore their lives from an Identity Theory perspective.
Please join us for any of the following events:
1. Evening lecture: 11 November 2016: 7pm - 9:30pm
1 day workshop: 12 November 2016: 10am - 6pm
ABOUT THE EVENING LECTURE
What you get at the lecture:
- An understanding about what Healthy Identity, and how we lose it without even realising
- Learning about Identity Traumatisation and its process
- Understanding of its effects on our physical body and health
- Awareness about what the solution is that is based on Prof. Franz Ruppert's Identity Theory
ABOUT THE 1 DAY WORKSHOP:
This is an open event that will be of interest to those with professional backgrounds in psychology and even to others who want to pursue personal exploration. In this 1 day session, you will be a part of an open group session where Vivian Broughton will facilitate the Identity Therapy founded by Professor Franz Ruppert.
Our ability to be faithful to who we really are is determined by the tension between our need for love, relationship and belonging, and our quest for autonomy, self-determination and freedom. These tensions are particularly heightened and highlighted in our close emotional relationships.
Anxiety, stress and traumatic experiences cause deep-seated difficulties to our emotional maturation. Experiences of early trauma in the womb to childhood attachment trauma after birth and entanglements with our parents and family members have serious consequences for our ability to be true to ourselves as adults and to be in healthy relationship with others.
The methodology of the Identity Theory, a form of resonance work devised by Franz Ruppert, helps by bringing to light the fragmented psychological structures caused by huge stress and trauma during our early childhood and childhood. This fragmentation lies at the heart of our difficulties, and the Identity Therapy allows for the safe integration of these fragmentations and the split off trauma emotions. Being true to ourselves is only possible with increased psychological and emotional integrity.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER:
Vivian Broughton is a Gestalt psychotherapist, trained in London in the late 1980s. Living in Bristol, UK, she has worked in private practice since 1989, working with individuals, supervisees and therapy groups.
Since 2005, she has studied intensively with Franz Ruppert and his work has had a profound influence on her work, which is now entirely based on Ruppert’s Identity Theory and has facilitated workshops in the UK, Israel, Norway, Romania, Turkey, Sweden and the USA, and continues to do so.
She edited the English translation all of Franz Ruppert’s books: Trauma, Bonding & Family Constellations, Splits in the Soul: Integrating Traumatic Experiences, Symbiosis and Autonomy, and Trauma, Fear and Love, and she has recently finished editing his latest: Early Trauma.
She has made a particular study of utilising the Identity Therapy in the private one-to-one session and in 2010 completed her first book: In the Presence of Many - Reflections on Constellations Emphasising the Individual Context.
Her latest books are The Heart of Things: Understanding Trauma – Working with Constellations, and Becoming Your True Self: a Handbook for the Journey from Trauma to Healthy Autonomy.
All these publications are published by Green Balloon Publishing which she started up with John Mitchell.
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