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FRANZ RUPPERT is back in Singapore!
Rhemaworks proudly presents another quality lecture and workshop on Identity Theory a theoretical Framework and method of intervention founded and facilitated by Professor Franz Ruppert from Germany for the 3nd time in Singapore and Asia!
This June, he will share with us on the Science behind Identity and Identification and how does it affects who am "I". He will draw to light how it affects our relationships, health, career, children and life.
Come join us for any/both events:
1. Lecture on the 17 June 2017: 7:30pm – 9:30pm
Lecture Topic: Who am"I" and why?
2. A 2-day workshop – 17 & 18 June 2016: 10am – 7pm daily.
** For time and details of the event, scroll all the way to the end.
ABOUT THE SPEAKER: Professor Franz Ruppert
Professor Franz Ruppert is a Professor of Psychology at the University of Applied Sciences in Munich, Germany. He gained his PhD in Work and Organisational Psychology at the Technical University of Munich in 1985. He has been researching on psychological trauma for the last 20 years.
Forming a Theoretical Framework
Since 1995, he has focused on Psychological trauma therapy works. He has combined his practical experiences with his interest in bonding and attachment theories and modern trauma work. This has led to the forming of his theoretical framework of Identity Theory and then the Practice: Identity Therapy.
Unique way of working with Psychological Traumas and other forms of symptoms and issues.
Over the past 20 years, Dr Ruppert has developed a unique way of working called Identity Therapy based on the Sentence of Intention that reveals and resolve the hidden dynamics and effects of psychological stress and trauma. It is a method that offers an understanding of our issues and symptoms in the areas of relationship conflicts, mental health, psychological health, emotional and physical health.
Dr Ruppert is in high demand as a lecturer currently still lecturing in Munich University of Science in Psychology and a facilitator in Germany and many other countries including Singapore. He dedicates his psychotherapeutic work to furthering his insights into the deeper transgenerational effects of trauma in different cultures, and researching his methodology to come to a better understanding of its powerful effects on us as a person.
Dr Ruppert is also the author of several books many in German and other European Languages. Publications translated into English and Norwegian include:
- Splits in the Soul: Integrating Traumatic Experiences (2011, Green Balloon Publishing, UK).
- Symbiosis and Autonomy: Symbiotic Trauma – Love Beyond Entanglement (2012, Green Balloon Publishing, UK).
- Trauma, Fear and Love, 2015
After the talk you will be able to:
- Understand about what has happened to our "I"
- How different "I"s or pseudo "I"s creates the complications and struggles in our lives.
- What is the meaning of Identification?
- How can Identification take away our lives that we are supposed to be living?
- How to find back the "Healthy I"
For more details, please email Christine Foong-Wong @ email@example.com
Details for the Lecture ($50 for lecture seats):
Date: 17 June 2017
Time: 7pm – 9:30pm
Venue: 190 Keng Lee Road, Chui Huay Lim Teochew Club, level 3
Details for the 2 full days workshop ( $600 for Observers seat):
Date: 17 & 18 June 2017 (Saturday and Sunday)
Time: 10am – 6pm
Venue: 190 Keng Lee Road, Chui Huay Lim Teochew Club
Participants with a working seat will get to experience the method Identity Therapy by Professor Franz on any issues and Observers with a learning seat will observe and represent in the process where the method is being used.
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System of the Heart Community
First founded in 31 Dec 2004 by Raymond Foong and his wife Christine Foong-Wong, with the sole purpose of bringing clarity to adults through coaching and training in the following areas: Career ( using Harrison Innerview Assessment), Business mindset , Business Partners Conflict resolution, Couple Relationships , Parenting and Personal Confidence.
The company's creation of "System of the Heart - SOH" workshops talks about the very essence of the heart! It reveals to us the hidden and unconscious systems that governs our thoughts, beliefs, emotions and actions and is based on Prof. Dr Franz Ruppert's Trauma Theory -MPT mentioned below. Designed by Christine has transformed many lives! This is made possible through Christine's more than a decade of coaching and training experience.
Other than coaching and training, Rhemaworks also focuses on Trauma Therapy done through individual private, public group and private group sessions.
Rhemaworks is the official organiser of and training centre for Prof Dr Franz Ruppert's Multigenerational Traumatology (MPT) and its method of intervention through a Trainers' workshop and professional training in both Singapore and Asia.
Christine Foong-Wong (Ms)
Co-Founder, head coach and trainer of Rhemaworks International since 2004, Christine has trained and coached more than 30,000 adults in the last 15 years. She is very passionate about life transformational trainings and workshops. Her coaching and training sessions are highly experiential and it leaves deep impacts in everyone's lives, and has enabled many thousands to discover their true identities.
Christine started facilitating Psychotherapy works since 5 years ago and has been facilitating Psychological Trauma Therapy workshops and 1-1 sessions since 2013. She is personally taught by Professor Dr Franz Ruppert (Germany) , founder of Identity Oriented Psychotrauma Therapy on the theory of Trauma and his revolutionary and yet scientifically based therapy method that can both diagnose and treat our deep psychological splits. She believes that this is the missing link in many unsolved issues and mysteries in the emotional, psychological, physical and mental health of many.
Do feel free to access all her interview recordings with Prof. Franz Ruppert on how childhood psychological traumas affects both adutls and children.