Watch “The Authentic You Mini-course” to unlock your true values and meaning behind life and existence
Thank you for watching the mini-course of “The Authentic You”. Now we believe you have an idea of why it is important to know your own values and the meaning behind them.
If you really have the will to:
Well, we invite you to this journey in
The Authentic You -FULL COURSE
Applications are now open
What will you get from this Course?
This course will help you
What is unique about this course?
This course is the First Certified Course in the MENA region in Existential Analysis Approach
This course is NOT another “motivational–affirmations-self–help course”, neither is it a “Discover your personality” type of workshops, nor a “How to reach your goals and dreams” by quick wins.
This course is based on “an existential analysis approach”, that considers human nature to be open-ended, flexible and capable of an enormous range of experiences. The person is in a constant process of becoming. “I create myself as I exist”. There is no essential, solid self, given definition of one’s personality and abilities.co
How is the course given?
It’s given in a LIVE SESSION every Tuesday starting June 28th till end of 2022
From 7:00 PM till 9:00 PM
The course is limited to a small amount of participants.
This course is delivered through GLE – MENA: The Viennese School of Existential Analysis and Logotherapy, represented by Ms. Sandy ElChaar, in collaboration with the Existential Analysis Society of Canada.
Is this course suitable for you?
Answer these questions
When you wake up, what motivates you to get up and face the day?
Most of the answers to these questions are available within you, but they are deeply rooted in your values and meaning. With this course, you will uncover mysteries in yourself and hidden gems that will give you an enormous amount of authentic, genuine and intentional way of living life.
What will you learn in this course?
How will this course transform you to a more heightened self-aware person who leads a meaningful and fulfilled life?
Awareness of where authenticity and inner consent have a role in one’s life; hence, understanding and “feeling” what it is like to say “Yes” to something and being able to recognize them in one’s life.
- The main fundamental motivations of existence
- Defining existential analysis and existential situations
- Self-reflection on personal motivations
- Understanding the first fundamental motivation of existence
Saying YES! To the first fundamental motivation: “YES I CAN”
Having a clearer picture of my own capacities, incapacities, endurance and acceptance experiences
- Understanding one’s own capacities and limitations
- Defining endurance and acceptance
- Reflecting on one’s own endurance and acceptance
Greater awareness of one’s place in the world
Finding home within oneself and within the world
Reflection on existential themes:
Their image of trust will change – it will gain more depth
Defining Trust and how it is formed
- Learning about the different forms of trust in EA
- Reflection on the concept of trust in one’s life
Relying more on our emotions to understand our relationship with life
- Likes and dislikes in the overview of EA
- The role that likes and dislikes play in our relationship with life
- Reflecting on our likes and dislikes
- Defining values and reflecting on one’s personal experiences with them
Changing our views on grief and seeing it more as a doorway to healing
- Grief in the overview of EA
- Grief in relation to the existential turn
- Learning about the phases of grieving
Realizing the “Yes” behind the “No” in boundaries
- Boundaries in the overview of EA
- Challenges in setting boundaries
- Relationship between boundaries and responsibility
- Reflections on the concept of boundaries
Feeling the value of one’s unique self
- Defining “Self-image”
- Learning about “the two mirrors” to self-worth development
- Reflecting on the Existential Themes: Attention – Justice – Appreciation
Moving from being reactive to being active
- Will in the overview of EA
- Defining Will to meaning
- Learning about the difference between a Need, a Wish and a Will?
- Strengthening one’s own will
Experiencing the existential-meaning turn
- Times when the question of meaning breaks out
- Defining the Existential Vacuum
- The categories of meaning
- Three prerequisites for existential meaning
- Meaning making vs meaning finding
What will you get inside the course?
About The Instructor
- Doctoral student at the University of Bolton, under the supervision of Prof. Alfried Laengle
- Psychotherapist in Training with GLE_International
- GLE – MENA Representative (The Viennese School of Existential Analysis and Logotherapy )
- APA International Affiliate
- Clinical psychologist, licensed by the Ministry of Public Health.
- Extensive experience working in the humanitarian sector.
- Works with patients who have suffered particularly harsh types of trauma in their lives in an effort to help them overcome these experiences and lead meaningful and fulfilling lives.
- Writes on a range of topics including trauma, resilience, existentialism, finding meaning, organizational psychology, and human rights.
- Works in research