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Professor Franz Ruppert

Franz Ruppert is Professor for Psychology at the University of Applied Sciences in Munich, Psychotherapist. He specialisesin working with traumatised clients by using the constellation method in his specific way. He offers his seminars mainly in Germany, Austria, England, Holland, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Switzerland, Spain, Chech Republik, Romania and Turkey. He as written six books enfolding his theory of Multigenerational Psychotraumatology, four of which are translated into English: Trauma, Bonding and Family Constellations; Splits in the Soul; Symbioses and Autonomy; Trauma, Love and Fear (Green Balloon Publishing). For further information see www.franz-ruppert.de Professor Franz Ruppert


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Psychotherapeutic Work with Intergenerational Trauma
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Intergenerational Trauma Conference
10 - Sunday 13 September 2009






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