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Professional Systemic Therapy 3-Year Certification

  • 13 Mar 2021
  • Bern, Switzerland

NeuroSystemics CARE Training to Embody Therapeutic Skills for 1:1 & Group Therapy Facilitation

NeuroSystemics is an integrative methodology bridging ancient wisdom traditions, the latest neurosciences and systemics. As a community-based and systemically-oriented methodology, the first aim of NeuroSystemics CARE Training is skills-training. By being a part of a safe and caring community, a natural unfolding of your nervous system, passionate living and awakening to higher levels of understanding can take place. You will learn to facilitate systemically-oriented therapy for 1:1 and groups.

Presented by

Boaz B. Feldman (Clinical Psychologist), Heath Wilson (Clinical Psychologist)

And also Presented by

Irvin D. Yalom (Psychiatrist & Author), Molyn Leszcz (Psychiatrist, President of the American Group Psychotherapy Association).

Enter the schedule of the repeating modules

CARE 1 Sept 30, October 1-3 & 7-10 2021

CARE 2 Mar 3-6, 10-13 2022

CARE 3 Sep 8-11 & 15-18 2022

CARE 4 Mar 2-5, 9-12 2023

CARE 5 Sep 14-17, 21-24 2023

CARE 6 Mar 13-16, 21-24 2024


Benefits: A meaningful adventure while building solid skills

The CARE training is a transformative 3-year journey to practice essential life and therapeutic skills. It is a precious opportunity to:

-learn to facilitate a humanistic (Rogerian) and systemic somatic approach for 1:1 and group therapy.

-Enjoy a gentle, pleasurable and solution-centered methodology which focuses on positive psychology while also caring for more problem- and symptom-centered perspectives.

-Develop an understanding of the most recent clinical research in psychotherapy and its implications for therapeutic practice with individual and groups.

-Be supported by a caring community of practitioners and teaching team and experience the fundamental role of systemic processes for resilience.

-Practice self- and systemic regulatory skills and sense the bio-psychosocial nature of the nervous system functioning.

-Train contemplative abilities of mindfulness, compassion and gratitude with playfulness.

-Participate in and help co-create grass-roots spaces for reflection and practice.

-View the experiential therapeutic process in action with live demonstrations and discuss its process of healing, empowerment and awakening.

-Develop an understanding of the most recent clinical research in psychotherapy and its implications for therapeutic practice with individual and groups.

3 Axes of impact

The CARE training is a highly experiential and engaging process oriented towards 3 axes of impact:

Belonging: “Together we go further.” Being a part of a vibrant self-organizing community offers radical possibilities to deepen a sense of belonging and skillful engagement. Together, with a diverse and committed group, it is possible to creating positive and empowering visions of the future.

Experiential transformation: “The way is in the heart - follow it and be transformed by it.” The training offers different activities, ranging from individual work to small group dynamics to community processes. They all aim to reach deep psychobiological and relational patterns to free up one’s capacity and love for a more connected and purposeful life.

Skill development: “Give a friend a fish, and you feed them for a day. Teach them to fish, and you feed them for a lifetime.” By personally experiencing the different training activities in a safe environment, one will develop transdiagnostic therapeutic skills for 1:1, group and community settings, transferable to one’s life. Participants, at their own pace, will learn practical abilities for to support durable healing, self-reliance and creative living:

The CARE training is a professional program, and certified graduates will be registered on the NeuroSystemics online directory.

Is the CARE Training for you?

-Therapists, clinicians, psychologists, doctors, psychiatrists, social workers, yoga teachers, health-practitioners and educators interested in a meta-conceptual frame and methods to deepen optimize their practice.

-New or experienced meditation practitioners who would like to deepen their practice with a bio-psychosocial frame on their internal experience.

-Community-lovers who would like to be a part of a participative, co-creative and caring circle of friends and companions.

-Individuals who enjoy teachings about Mindfulness as a spiritual practice and a deepening of embodiment through neurobiological understanding and scientific insights.

-Professional helpers and networks of NGO’s searching for empowerment in relation to the climate crisis, social and health issues.

-Human ressource professionals looking to develop their skills to. manage groups and. whole organisation using simple systems' tools and frameworks

The completion of this introductory workshop is required for registration on the CARE training program, but there are no other pre-training requirements.

Presenter Bio

Boaz B. Feldman, PgC, SEP, MSc
Co-Founder of NeuroSystemics

Boaz is an experienced psychologist, keynote speaker and trauma trainer acting for worldwide positive change. He has worked with numerous international organizations (UNHCR, UNOCHA, WHO, Doctors Without Borders) in a variety of humanitarian contexts such as conflict-affected regions (Afghanistan, Burkina Faso), low-income contexts (Eastern Europe) and natural emergencies (Thailand). 

Trained in Mindfulness for over 15 years, Boaz first ordained as a Buddhist Monk in Thailand and then studied at the University of Bangor. He is also a graduate in Somatic Experiencing, assisted in SE trainings in Europe, and went on to be the European faculty for Organic Intelligence. Based in Switzerland, he works at a multi-disciplinary practice, trains trauma-sensitive Mindfulness therapists, and conducts Mindfulness and compassion research at the National Research Center for Affective Sciences at the University of Geneva.

Add'l Presenter Bio

Heath Wilson, Associate Faculty : Working over 25 years, Heath weaves his expertise as a psychologist, trauma healer, rolf practitioner, craniosacral therapist, enneagram consultant, dating/relationship coach, and has been trained  in Somatic Experiencing. Heath has a long-standing Vipassana meditation practice and has completed several 10-day retreats.

Irvin D. Yalom, MD: Irvin David Yalom is an American existential psychiatrist who is emeritus professor of psychiatry at Stanford University, as well as an author of both fiction and nonfiction.

Dr. Molyn Leszcz is a Professor in Department of Psychiatry, University of Toronto and Sinai Health System. He is President-Elect of AGPA (2018-20) Dr. Leszcz’s academic and clinical work has focused on broadening the application of psychotherapy within psychiatry. He co-authored with Irvin Yalom, the 5th edition of the Theory and Practice of Group Psychotherapy (2005). Dr. Leszcz co-chaired the AGPA Science to Services Task Force leading to publication of Clinical Practice Guidelines for Group Psychotherapy, which received the 2009 Alonso Award for Outstanding Contributions to Psychodynamic Group Psychotherapy. Dr. Leszcz was recognized in 2012 as a Distinguished Fellow of the American Group Psychotherapy Association. Dr. Leszcz also has been the recipient of a number of teaching awards at the University of Toronto.


Bern, Switzerland


€825 ($995 USD) per module. 
Discounts, early bird reductions and scholarships available!


Registration date Sep 30, 2021 


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