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Anthroposophical psychotherapy for trauma – Introduction- Andrea Henning, Hartmut Horn

Anthroposophical psychotherapy sees itself as a psychotherapy of human dignity (1), focusing on the recovery of ego forces and ego development (2). Through specific exercises and techniques, the patient is accompanied and guided through a process that enables his ego to resume its ordering and integrating role for the functions of the soul and body. …

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Anthroposophic psychotherapy treatment as an essential support for anthroposophic medical treatment in a case of serious childhood trauma- John Lees

This single case study addresses the way in which anthroposophic psychotherapy treatment worked closely with Anthroposophic Medicine (AM) in a case of serious childhood trauma. Click in the link below: Anthroposophic psychotherapy treatment as an essential support for anthroposophic medical treatment in a case of serious childhood trauma

Anthroposophic modalities in the treatment of dissociation and anxiety-Henriette Dekkers

An approach to anthroposophical multidisciplinary treatment of dissociation in the context of intergenerational transmission of post-traumatic stress disorder. Differential assessment and diagnosis. Systemic therapy Henriette Dekkers in cooperation with the doctors of the anthroposophical “Therapeuticum Haarlem” in the Netherlands Click in the link below: Anthroposophic modalities in the treatment of dissociation and anxiety  

AN EASTER REFLEXION (2021)

The Anthroposophic Psychotherapy started in the early eighties at two places: in Stuttgart – Germany – at the Filder Clinic, and in Zeist, the Netherlands.