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Psychophonetics - Methodical Empathy and Recovery from Past Trauma, Non-verbal Expression in Short-Term Psychotherapeutic Intervention for Recovery from Past Abuse - Based on Rudolf Steiner's Psychosophy

Yehuda Tagar

Psychophonetics is a modality of sustainable Psychotherapy, Psycho-Development, Self-Healing and Self-Mastery based on Applied Psychosophy (a development of Rudolf Steiner's Psychosophy, 1910) and transformational theatre. It combines Conversational Methodical Empathy with an expressive, action phase using non-verbal communication modes of body-awareness, movement & gesture, visualisation and the sounds of human speech (consonants and vowels). This composite process enables the effective creation of perspective regarding one's own deep experience, leading to the sustainable transformation of past trauma.

Psychotherapy Meets Africa
7th World Congress on Psychotherapy
25-29 August 2014, Durban, South Africa
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Yehuda Tagar

Yehuda K. Tagar is an Australian, South African, British psychotherapist, consultant and adult educator, an international trainer of coaches, counsellors and psychotherapists who bases his work on a 21st century development of Rudolf Steiner’s Psychosophy as a practical Philosophy of Freedom. He is the founder of Applied Psychosophy and Psychophonetics – the first modality of psychotherapy based on Psychosophy. He lectures and trains professionals in the UK, South Africa, Slovakia, Czech Republic and Hungary. He established Psychophonetics Institute International, Psychosophy Academy of Central Europe, APAT – the Association for the Promotion of Artistic Therapy and BECOME – British College of Methodical Empathy. Yehuda is also a faculty member of Bratislava Academy of Waldorf Education teacher's training.

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