Pre-congress Courses: October 4 – 5, 2014, from 10 am to 5 pm
1. “THE FIRM TOUCH - Uncommon Body Techniques in Regression: Accident Trauma Release and Back Pressure” by Hans TenDam
Hans TenDam graduated in psychology and pedagogy at the University of Amsterdam. He has been management consultant since 1970. Being interested in reincarnation, he stumbled into past-life regression therapy and found he had a knack for it. He wrote many books, a.o. Exploring Reincarnation and Deep Healing. He started the WCRTs and EARTh. He has been board member of IARRT and of EARTh. He has been educating regression therapists since 1983. He works in Dutch, English, Portuguese and German.
DESCRIPTION: Regression to accidents and surgery are rare, as few people realize how these experiences affect body and soul in later life. The workshop will show the amazing effects of such sessions. There will be much time for exercises under supervision.
ATR regressions are in the present life. Back pressure finds past-life deaths from body trauma, often primitive lifetimes like in the Stone Age. These sessions are vitalizing. The first day is for ATR and the second for back pressure.
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2. “Past Life Therapy with Children and Adolescents” by Christine Alisa, M.S.
Christine Alisa, M.S. is a Master Therapist and Trainer in the Netherton Method of Past Life Therapy with over twenty years in the field. Her model of Regression Therapy with children and adolescents, has achieved positive results with issues such as ADHD, learning disabilities, and trauma of all kinds. She has brought her work to therapists in the United States, Europe, India and Brazil. She is a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist in the United States. She published the book: Turning the Hourglass: Children’s Passage Through Traumas and Past Lives, 2012.
DESCRIPTION: An overview of child therapy practices incorporation Past Life Therapy and a model of therapy developed by Christine Alisa that works successfully with depressed, anxious, ADHD and traumatized children and adolescents will be discussed. Experiential exercises incorporating past lives and birth trauma utilizing clay and drawing materials, a DVD video of an adolescent past life regression session and a live demonstration will also be emphasized to promote learning and inspiration.
Trisha Caetano is internationally known as a pioneer in Regression Therapies. For years she has done trainings for medical doctors, psychologists and psychotherapeutic professionals in numerous countries. She was twice elected President of APRT, a worldwide organization of professionals doing esearch and focused on using regression therapy as a therapeutic tool in healing. Prior to her presidency, she was the director of the training team to certify licensed therapists in regression therapy. Trisha received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Oregon and continued her studies at Portland State University. She studied Client-Centered Therapy under Carl Rogers at U.C.S.D. and has a background in Gestalt Therapy, Regression Therapy and Psychosynthesis.
DESCRIPTION: This is an intense, process-oriented workshop using group experiential methods, limited lecture and opportunities to practice the demonstrated techniques. The approach is multidimensional. You will be working with the physical body, energy vibrations, mental imprints, ‘touch’ and body wisdom to release past trauma and heal present and future bodies. Healing creates expanded awareness, vibrant energy and freedom of choice.
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Following the World Congress for Regression Therapy (WCRT6) in Goa September 2017, we plan to launch WCRT7 in 2020 as another step in the continuing promotion of regression therapy throughout the world. At this stage we are interested in exploring a potential location for the event and also a possible partner to work with EARTh to help organize and support it. If this interests you and you would like to see WCRT7 being held within your own country, then please register your interest by email to firstname.lastname@example.org We will be happy to discuss the possibilities by email or by skype. We hope to hear from you.