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Psychotherapy Diploma in Existential Analysis by Alfried Laengle

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TRAINING COURSEIN EXISTENTIAL ANALYSIS

Alfried Laengle presents an Austrian educational programme in psychological counselling. Now in London


THE COURSE IS DESIGNED FOR:

  • Helping professions such as:

those who try to understand themselves and others better, to lead a meaningful and balanced life.

  • Those who are looking for a career change:

​those who would like to communicate with others on a regular basis, and help them solve problems to find their true self.

  • Those who are interested in deepening their self-knowledge:

psychologists, psychotherapists, counsellors, life coaches and trainers interested in expanding their professional horizons and toolsets.

More ditails: https://www.gle-london.org.


The cornerstones of existence – the four existential fundamental motivations:

Viktor Frankl considered the search for meaning to be our deepest motivation. Developments in Existential Analysis led to the discovery of three existential (or personal) motivations that precede the motivation for meaning. Together these four motivations lead to profound and enduring personal discovery:

1. We are motivated by the fundamental question of existence: I existcan I be in this world where I live? Do I have the necessary space, protection and support? When we experience these we feel accepted and this in turn enables us to embrace an accepting attitude toward ourselves. - A deficit can lead to anxiety.

2. We are motivated by the fundamental question of life: I am alive – do I like this? Do I have access to my emotions? Do I feel my emotions, feel their value? Experiencing the value of my life makes me aware that it is good to be alive - “that I am here”. - Deficits can lead to depression.

3. We are motivated by the fundamental question of “self”: I am myself – but do I feel free to be myself? Am I allowed to be who I am? Do I experience attention, justice, appreciation, esteem, respect, my own worth? Do I feel I have the right to be me? - Deficits at this level can lead to a histrionic complex of symptoms and to the main personality disorders.

4. We are motivated by the fundamental question of meaning: I am here – for what purpose? What is present today that may make my life part of a meaningful whole? What do I live for? - A deficit can lead to suicidal tendencies, aggravate addictions and other dependencies.

We are continuously challenged and questioned by the four existential motivations – world, life, self, context and future (meaning). The practice of Existential Analysis relies on dialogue as the main therapeutic tool to explore these challenges at the individual level.

Alfried Langle

  • Psychotherapist, Existential Аnalyst, Clinical Psychologist, MD, Ph.D. The pupil of Victor Frankl.

  • Scientific developments in Psychotherapy and Existential Analysis.

  • Ex-president of the International Society of Logotherapy and Existential Analysis (GLE-I).

  • Founder and scientific supervisor of a number of educational centers of existential analysis in Berlin, Hanover, Munich, Bern, Zurich, Vienna, Innsbruck, Prague, Moscow, Kiev, St. Petersburg, Vancouver, Los Angeles, Riga, London.

  • Author of several books and a large number of scientific articles devoted to the theory and practice of existential analysis.


Full course - £11700

4 years (

  • 80 days (640 hours) of group work using the GLE-International programme

  • A closed FB group for professional discussions and development

  • A thematic book as a gift

  • Invitations to four Clever Psychology seminars

  • 2-hour individual consultation with Alfried Laengle

One Year - £3090

One year (143 hours)

  • 20 days (160 hours) of group work using the GLE-International programme

  • A closed FB group for professional discussions and development

  • 1-hour individual consultation with one of the course instructors

One Module - £695

One Module (42 hours)


  • 36 hours of group work following GLE International curriculum.

  • A closed FB group for professional communication.


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