Format

The focus of the Primary Training is on iD theory and best practices for facilitating.

Coursework includes:

  • Assigned reading and student discussions between class sessions
  • Group in-class discussions of assigned reading so students are exposed to multiple perspectives
  • Personal iD sessions for each student (one iD Session per class meeting). One’s own iD work is the foundation for facilitating others. As we continue to integrate all aspects of our authentic selves, we build the skills, capacity and navigational heft to facilitate others.
  • Observation of and participation in iD Workshops open to the public
  • Supervised, student-facilitated iD Sessions (introduced in latter courses)

Weekly class sessions are roughly three and half hours long and focus on deepening individual understanding of self as well as the theoretical aspect of the material. Each class session is followed by attendance at an iD workshop, where students have additional opportunities to observe and participate in iD sessions, committing to at least 7 workshops per 10 week course.

 

 

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Timing / Duration

Seven Courses in Total each Course is 10 weeks long

Weekly Class Meetings 3-1/2 hours per class meeting

Weekly iD Workshops (must attend a minimum of 7 of 10 scheduled dates) 3 hours per workshop

Breaks typically, there is a two-week break between Courses

Class Schedule

Reading List – Primary Training

Early Trauma - Franz Ruppert

My Body, My Trauma, My I  - Franz Ruppert

Who am i in a Traumatised and Traumatising Society - Franz Ruppert

Sex, Love and Trauma - Franz Ruppert

Healing the Fragmented Selves of Trauma Survivors: Overcoming Internal Self-Alienation  - Janina Fisher 

Link to Books

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