12:00 am - 13:00 pm
14:30 pm - 16:30 pm
Prof. Dr. Franz Ruppert, born 1957 is the founder of the Identity-oriented Psychotrauma Theory and Therapy (IoPT) and developer of the Intention Method. He is the 1st Chairman of the Association for Promoting Healthy Autonomy Development of People e.V., numerous publications translated into various languages, lectures and seminars worldwide.
The Fundamental Importance of Mother Attachment in our Lives
The biology of sexual reproduction determines that human children grow up in their mother’s wombs. This fact makes them dependent on their mother in a broad sense – whether she wants to be pregnant, shows consideration for the unborn child, supports the birth process, breastfeeds the child after birth, loves and protects it.
For us humans, the womb is our first home and our mother is our first world experience. But what if our mother rejects us from the start? What if she has no contact with her own body? What if she is traumatized herself? The lifelong consequences of a disrupted mother bond are evident in almost all therapeutic processes. They affect our physical and mental health, our relationships, our professional development and overall the question: do I live or am I just surviving?
Who am I? What do I want? These are the basic questions of identity. Using the intention method based on identity-oriented psychotrauma theory (IoPT), everyone can immediately recognize the state of their own psyche. In the workshop, this method is illustrated by doing a concrete case a with a workshop participant.
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