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Anne  Ancelin  Schützenberger    
International  School  of  
Transgenerational  Therapy  

 

TRAINING  

 

This   unique   training   introduces   the   latest   scientific  
developments   in   Transgenerational   studies.  
Participants     will   have   the   opportunity   of  
experiencing   and   practicing   transgenerational  
therapy  tools  and  techniques.    
This   training   is   open   to   Psychologists,  
Psychodramatists,   Social   Workers,   Psychiatrists   or  
Psychotherapists.   Family   legacies   play   a   direct   role  
in   the   formation   of   emotional   symptoms   and   can  
cause   repetitive   patterns   of   behaviour   such   as   the  
“anniversary  syndrome”  or  “invisible  loyalty”  which  
are  repeated  from    one    generation    to    the      next.        
In       order       to   accommodate   to   dysfunctional  
patterns   in   the   family   of   origin   or   to   deal   with  
unfinished   business,   future   generations   preserve  
their  loyalty  by  re-­‐enacting  similar  life  scripts.    Only  
awareness   allows   for   disidentification   from  
affective,   emotional   and   psychic   experiences   of  
ancestors  on  the  construction  of  personality.    
The  initiation  of  this  special  school  grew  out  of  the  
need   to   create   a   joint   international   effort   to  
continue   the   unique   psychogenealogy   approach   to  
psychotherapy   and   field   which   was   developed   by  
Anne   Ancelin   Schützenberger.   She   posits   that   as  
mere   links   in   a   chain   of   generations,   we   may   have  
no   choice   in   having   the   events   and   traumas  
experienced  by  our  ancestors  visited  upon  us  in  our  
own  lifetime.    
Clinical   tools   and   techniques   which   will   be  
demonstrated        and    taught      during        the          training  
course      include      the        Genosociogram,    the        Family  
 
 
 

 
 

Atom,   the   use   of   Toys,   Incognito   Auxiliaries,  
Ancestral  
Psychodramatic  
techniques,  
Transgenerational  Bodywork  and  Trauma  work.  
Concepts   taught   will   include   Invisible   Loyalty,  
Anniversary  Syndrome,  Phantom  and  Crypt,  Secrets,  
Replacement   Child,   Conspiracy   of   Silence,   Body  
Memory,   Psychogenealogy,   Transmission   of  
Trauma,  and  Transgenerational  Psychosomatics.  
DATES  AND  PLACES  OF  THE  TRAINING:    
INTRODUCTORY    WORKSHOP:                                                              
PARIS,  FRANCE:    17th  -­‐  19th  April  2015.  
FIRST   SUMMER   INTENSIVE   RESIDENTIAL   2015:  
TORINO,  ITALY:    21st  -­‐  26th  July  2015.  
SECOND   SUMMER   INTENSIVE   RESIDENTIAL   2016:  
TORINO,  ITALY:    19th  –  24th  July  2015.  
TOTAL   OF   TRAINING   HOURS   FOR   CERTIFICATION:  
Introductory   Workshop   (16   hours),   First   Summer  
Intensive   Residential   (6   days,   42   hours),   Practical  
Transgenerational   Therapy   Work   (45   hours),  
Supervision   (5   hours)   and   Second   Summer   Intensive  
Residential   (restricted   to   those   who   accomplished  
the   previous   requirements   (6   days,   42   hours)   for   a  
total  of  150  hours.  
FINAL   REQUIREMENT   FOR   CERTIFICATION:  
Submission  of  a  transgenerational  case  study  and  a  
recorded    interview.  
LANGUAGE  OF  THE  TRAINING:  English.  
COST:     The   total   cost   of   the   training   towards   the  
Certificate   of   Practitioner   in   Transgenerational  
Therapy  (CPTT)  is  €1.625.  Payment  for  the  required  
supervision  will  be  made  directly  to  the  supervisor.  

 

   Trainers  and  Supervisors:  
 
 

 
 

 
 

 

Anne  Ancelin  Schützenberger        

Manuela  Maciel            

(France)    
Anne   developed   the   main   concepts   of  
Psychogenealogy   and   her   clinical   and   academic  
experience   is   focused   on   Transgenerational  
Transmission.   She   is   one   of   the   main   pioneers   in  
the   field   of   transgenerational   therapy.   Anne   is  
Professor   Emeritus   at   the   University   of   Nice,  
France.   She   was   trained   in   psychodrama   by   J.   L.  
Moreno   and   by   Jim   Ennis   in   the   United   States;   in  
group-­‐dynamics   and   psycho-­‐sociology   with   Kurt  
Lewin’s   group,   Leon   Festinger   and   Ronald   Lippitt.  
Anne  has  over  40  years  of  experience  as  a  therapist  
and   analyst   and   is   a   well-­‐respected   authority,  
particularly  in  the  field  of  Group  Psychotherapy  and  
Psychodrama.   At   94,   she   is   still   working,   running  
groups,   lecturing,   and   training   in   psychodrama,  
nonverbal-­‐communication,   group-­‐psychotherapy,  
unfinished   businesses   and   transgenerational  
themes.  
 

Yaacov  Naor            

 
(Israel)            
Yaacov  is  a  Certified  Psychotherapist  and  Trainer  in  
Psychodrama,  Group  Psychotherapy  and  Expressive  
Arts  Therapy.  He  is  an  expert  on  Transgenerational  
Transmission   of   Trauma.   He   is   a   Psychodrama  
Trainer   in   PIfE-­‐Psychodrama   Institute   for   Europe.  
He  is  a  founding  member  and  first  president  of  the  
Israeli   Association   of   Psychodrama.Since   1986   he  
has   been   leading   special   psychodrama   dialogue  
groups   between   Palestinians   and   Israelis   and   for  
second   and   third   generation   Holocaust   survivors  
together  with  young  Germans.  Yaacov  is  a  founding  
member   and   serves   on   the   council   of   FEPTO-­‐
Federation   of   European   Psychodrama   Training  
Organization.   He   serves   on   the   board   of   IAGP-­‐   the  
International   Association   of   Group   Psychotherapy  
and   Group   Processes   as   Chair   of   the   Psychodrama  
Section.    

 

(Portugal)  
 
Manuela   is   a   Clinical   and   Social   Psychologist,   and  
Psychodrama   Director   for   30   years.   She   is  
experienced   individual,   group   and   educational  
therapist.   She   was   the   Chairperson   of   The  
Psychodrama   Section   of   the   International  
Association   of   Group   Psychotherapy   and   Group  
Processes   (IAGP,   2003-­‐2009).   Member   of   the  
board,   supervisor   and   teacher   in   the   Portuguese  
Psychodrama  Society  (SPP).  Manuela  was  trained  in  
Psychogenealogy   by   Anne   Schützenberger   and   has  
additional   training   in   cognitive-­‐behavioral  
therapies,  hypnoses,  regressive  therapy  [TRVC]  and  
Deep  Memory  Process  [DMP,  Roger  Woolger]),  Eye  
Movement   Desensitization   and   Reprocessing  
(EMDR),   systemic   therapy,   biosynthesis,   “body  
wisdom”,  transpersonal  therapy  and  more.  
 

Leandra  Perrotta          
(Italy/Australia)    

 
Leandra   is   a   Clinical   Psychologist,   Psychotherapist,  
Jungian   Psychodrama   Trainer   and   DanceMovement  
Therapy   Trainer.   She   is   currently   serving   as   the  
President   of   FEPTO   -­‐   Federation   of   European  
Psychodrama   Training   Organizations   and   is   Past  
Chair   of   FEPTO   Task   Force   for   Peace   Building   and  
Conflict   Transformation.   Leandra   is   Contract  
Professor   at   the   Università   della   Valle   D'Aosta.  
Leandra’s   main   research   interests   are   dreams,  
transgenerational   transmission   and   trauma.   She   is  
trained   in   Eye   Movement   Desensitization   and  
Reprocessing   (EMDR)   and   also   has   a   degree   in  
English  and  French  literature.  Two  of  her  published  
works  on  Psychogenealogy  are:    “Transgenerational  
Echoes  of  Violence:  Jungian  Psychodrama  as  a  Path  
to   Individuation”,   in   Interdisciplinary   Journal   of  
Family   Studies,   Padua   University   Press,   2014;  
Introduction   to   the   Italian   edition   of  
Psychogénéalogie,  Anne  Ancelin  Schützenberger,  Di  
Renzo  Editore,  2011.    

 

 Supervisor:  
 
 
 
 

Colette  Esmenjaud  Glasman    
(France)    

 
Colette   works   as   a   clinical   psychologist   with  
children  and  teenagers,  she  is  psychotherapist  and  
psychodrama   trainer.   She   is   also   certified   in  
Transactional   Analysis.   Colette   ran   her   training   in  
psychogenealogy  
 
with  
Anne  
Ancelin  
Schützenberger.  
She  
is  
now  
training  
psychotherapist   professionnals   and   social   workers  
to   psychogenealogy   approach.   She   works   in   Paris  
and   Grenoble.   She   published   «  Danse   avec   tes  
vieux  :   psychogénéalogie,   psychodrame   et   analyse  
transactionnelle.    In  january  2010  in  AAT  revue.  
 

 


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