Event Details

  • When: Friday, 28 September 2018
  • Dates: Friday 28th to Sunday 30th September, 2018

    Times:
    Fri 28th Sept: 2-9pm
    Sat 29th Sept: 9am-6pm
    Sun 30th Sept: 9am-5pm

    Where: Emerson College, Forest Row, RH18 5JX

    For Course Booking: Please contact the Professional Association of Biographical Counsellors for all inquiries and bookings at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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WEEKEND WORKSHOP: I as Victim and Creator of my Biography

WEEKEND WORKSHOP: I as Victim and Creator of my Biography

Explore the dynamics of our soul life as we encounter it within our own life themes in this Weekend Workshop with Anita Charton.

The aim of this seminar is to familiarise ourselves with the forces that constitute our soul and with this grasp the contradictions and paradoxes behind the way we live our lives.



We will work from our centre and from there explore how to get to know how Luciferic and Ahrimanic forces work within us and how to deal with them in a constructive way.

Understanding the dynamics at work in our soul will strengthen our I and help us to activate our creative potential.

Participants will get a chance to practice Biographical Counselling with their own biographical material in small groups. Theoretical contributions with a particular emphasis on professional questions and movement improvisation will accompany this process.

This is a Continuing Professional Development seminar for members of the PABC also open to those working with Biography in a professional capacity.

About the Tutor

Anne Charton lives and practices in Cambridge (UK) and works as a mentor for several Biography Trainings as well as teaching/holding seminars in many different countries to include; UK, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Spain, South Africa, Sweden, USA and Brazil, on her own and also with colleagues.

She came across Biography Work in 1984. At the time she was also a leading psychologist at an Anthroposophical Rehabilitation Centre for Addiction in Germany. Since 1991 she has been working with individual and group Biography as well as directing various Biographical Training Courses to include; the first Training in Biographical Counselling at the Centre for Social Development and the Biography and Social Development Trust (both in the UK). Between 2002 and 2004 she co-directed two trainings in Switzerland. An applied Biography training (Bern) and a Biographical Coaching Training (Arlesheim). For more please refer to www.anitacharton.ch