The iD Method provides a groundbreaking tool for uncovering blocks to authentic expression and connection, inviting unparalleled access to the deepest aspects of human experience.
There are no prerequisites for joining the Primary Training; however, the Program is ideally suited for those who are already working with clients as therapists, coaches, social workers, or other change modality practitioners.To Learn More, Contact Us
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We highly recommend that graduates continue their journey with the Advanced Modules.
The goal of these training sessions is to deepen one’s understanding of iD theory, and stay abreast of refinements in facilitation methodology. Identity Development is a lifelong process. The minimum advanced training requirement for Facilitators working at the Institute is two Advanced Modules per year. Advanced training can be completed in two ways: Advanced Training in North America and International Advanced Training.
iD Work, known as IoPT in Europe, uses the Intention Method to create a safe framework within which one can process trauma from all periods of life, including the earliest traumas - from conception through pre-verbal development.
The Intention Method is founded on theories and practice developed by Professor Dr. Franz Ruppert over the past 30 years. At the Institute we use the terms iD Work and Intention Method interchangeably.Read More
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