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The AAP Psychology Training

3-Year Certificate Program:

The core of our teaching of a new psychology recognizing body, soul, and spirit comes in nine seminars (3 seminars per year for 3 years). Click here to learn more and see the schedule.

Additional on-line sessions with Faculty members between each seminar are available to Cohort participants!

On-line learning: In between the seminars, we will host live internet conference calls (Zoom or something similar) wherein materials will be reviewed, questions of clarification can be asked, and some new materials presented. We prefer face-to-face real-time meetings with participants. However, the internet format can be very useful for concept-building, for putting questions to faculty from the last seminar, and for hearing from others about their areas of expertise. Each call is expected to include 20 minutes of presentation by a faculty member, then 20 minutes of discussion (and, of course, these parameters can vary). On-line learning can be helpful, and we will train you in how to work with the distortions and deceptions of this medium, in order to achieve maximum benefit.

Each seminar includes-areas we cover:

  • Anthroposophic psychology concepts and practice
  • NBCC-level blocks for those seeking CEs
  • Self-care and self-development
  • Art and Movement, including eurythmy


Each of the nine carefully designed seminars includes a balance of experiential exercises, lectures, artistic response, movement, individual contemplation and the richness of human relationship.

For details on curriculum, Click here.

Lectures and Workshops:

We offer lectures on anthroposophic psychology, sometimes basics (“what is soul?”) and sometimes applications (such as eating disorders as seen from an anthroposophic perspective). Click here to learn more.

Special Events:

We sponsor or appear at special and unusual events that feature anthroposophic psychology. Find out more here.

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