Professional Trainings for Buddhist and Spiritually-minded therapists

  • Are you interested in the integration of Buddhism and other spiritual traditions with psychotherapy?

  • Are you interested in how to integrate spiritual awareness and practice with psychotherapy?

  • Do you think mindfulness has added a lot to therapy and would like to know how other Buddhist practices can be integrated into your therapy practice?​

Are you inspired by the work of people like:

Then we have some exciting information and great workshops and trainings for you. Please read on.

professional trainings for buddhist and spiritually-minded therapists
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Interested in Integration?

Mindfulness is just the beginning

  • Do you think psychotherapy and spiritual practices compliment one another?
  • Do you think mindfulness has added a lot to therapy and would like to know how other Buddhist practices can be integrated into your therapy practice?
  • Has your life been touched by such people as Eckhart Tolle, Wayne Dyer, Adyashanti, Marianne Williamson, Pema Chodron, Dalai Lama or other spiritually minded people?
  • Do you value evidence-based therapy practices, but also know that there are outcome-based therapeutic methods that haven’t yet been validated by random trials?
  • Does your practice of psychotherapy draw upon a variety of therapeutic modalities that might become even more effective if you could use them within an integrative model?
  • Would you like to have a clearer sense of what interventions to use, with what type of person and at the appropriate time?
  • Do you think of yourself as having a spiritual nature, and although you don’t belong to any religious orientation you find Buddhist and related ideas useful and would like to learn more of how to incorporate them into your practice of psychotherapy?
  • Would you like to become the kind of scientist practitioner that is more like an innovator like Einstein rather than a trechnician following a manual?
  • Do you think there is something special that can happen between two or more people when they are gathered in the name of healing?
  • Would you like to be able to tap in more easily to that something special so that whatever methods you apply help your clients open to their fullest potentials for healing and learning?
  • Do you believe that your client’s temperament along with the culture and gender need to be taken into consideration?
  • Are there master therapists you admire and would like to emulate?
  • There is a saying it is not what you know, but whom you know that is important.
  • Would you say the most important person to know is yourself? And you can’t really help others to know themselves if you don’t really know who you are?
  • Would you like to combine the power of mindfulness practice with what we know about modern hypnosis?
  • Did you know that clinical trials show that hypnosis can improve the outcomes of CBT and other evidence-based therapies?
  • Have you found it to be true that often it is not what you say, but how you say it that can make all the difference in your message getting across?
Please feel free to contact me if you are interested in
  • the work of these great innovators above
  • you answered yes to one or more of the questions above and
  • you are interested in learning how to use a truly integrative model of psychotherapy and spirituality.
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You can find here a summary of Essential Wholeness courses for professionals. Just follow the links below for detailed course description


WORKSHOP ONE – Integration of Science and Spirituality in Psychotherapy – Embracing Change and Realising Being WORKSHOP TWO – Enneagram Personality Types – The Essential Wholeness Perspective WORKSHOP THREE – The Deeply Mindful Therapist – Realising the Full Power of ‘Now’ in Therapy


WORKSHOP FOUR – The Essential Qualities of Being – Guiding Clients from Suffering to Freedom WORKSHOP FIVE – The Hero’s Journey of Self-Realisation – Therapeutic Applications of Joseph Campbell’s Model WORKSHOP SIX –  Personalty Based Therapeutic Interventions – Knowing What to Do, with Whom and When