Learn the Basics of Integral Psychotherapy in Five Concentrated
In this groundbreaking program you’ll learn how to apply an Integral approach to all aspects of your therapy practice: from assessment tools and intervention, to treatment planning, to deepening your own wisdom and
skill as a therapist.
You will be challenged to build upon your own theoretical
knowledge and clinical skills through both didactic
and experiential learning. You will work directly with
the field’s leading authorities, including Ken Wilber.
Join a select group of your colleagues in exploring the art and science of this powerful new approach to mental and emotional health.
“AQAL is the defining theoretical orientation of an Integral psychotherapist. On the one hand it’s just a cognitive map, and the really important thing in a therapeutic session is that you are simply one human being meeting another human being. So in one sense you learn everything you can, and then you forget it, so you can be present with this other person in a dialogical dance. But, on the other hand, the real question is, can you actually see this person? Can you actually feel this person? Now, the bigger the map you have, the more perspectives you take, and the more likely it is that you can actually see this person and be open to this person in times of distress. That’s what an Integral psychotherapist is best equipped to do. Because they have opened themselves to this incredibly wide range of possibilities, an Integral psychotherapist is the most likely to actually see a client. The bigger the cognitive map the more likely you can have a human-to-human feeling interaction, where you can actually see this person as they are.”
—Ken Wilber, 2005