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Anne Ancelin Schützenberger
International School of
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
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,
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:
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
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
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,
unfinished businesses and transgenerational
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
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 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.
Colette Esmenjaud Glasman
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
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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