Thorough knowledge of psychoanalysis
Psychology and classical psychoanalysis are insufficient when it comes to solving deep existential problems. Must first be integrated, a non-reductionist model of human nature and reality in general, including the transcendent dimension and its peculiarities.
To teach such disciplines requires expertise in both traditional knowledge and the changes they must undergo. Everything concerning the relationship and family problems, love and sex, relationship to the environment, the concept of time, life and death, creativity, religion, morality etc. must be taken at the base.
It’s just like when trying to decipher a coded text and one gets a good grid decryption: the words are clear, the meanings are straight up, the text takes its true meaning. All that seemed a sequence of random signs integrates suddenly in a coherent vision. There is the same way that the obscure and contradictory points of the classical knowledge is thinning as if by magic. For example, the many contradictions that Freud reported himself honestly in psychoanalytic theory are raised and holds often crucial meaning.
Finally, the body of knowledge related to humanities becomes clearer and more understandable. The often hermetic discourses which repel the profane and create parochialism, give way to a simple and unitary approach, much more intuitive.
But simplification and greater consistency of approach to reality requires significant work of letting go, for those conditioned by previous thought patterns. One must first, get used to the new premises, new reference marks, new paths of reasoning, new conclusions. This requires sufficient time for familiarization and deepening.
All of these are explained and illustrated in the training course.