What is a transsystem approach?
What is the Transsystem Approach?
Transsystem approach is a system of principles, theories and concepts that describe the logic and patterns of functioning of a person and all systems created by him.
These principles are fundamental and universal, and therefore applicable in different areas of life: from personal development to professional activity, from creativity to the social sphere, from spiritual development to science.
TSA principles are fundamental and universal
TSA is optimal for a modern person who lives in a constantly changing world.
Now it is very difficult to rely only on knowledge, as they very quickly lose their relevance; but by developing yourself - your personal qualities and skills, you can gain self-confidence and integrity, which helps to more effectively solve any problems, even in the face of a lack of knowledge and resources.
- Transsystem analysis
- Theory of TSA levels (0th, 1st, 2nd, 3rd levels of being).
- Basic concepts and principles of TSA
- Theory of feelings. Stages of working with feelings.
- Theory of fate: horizontal, vertical, processual
- Personal Growth Matrix
- archetype theory
- Stages of counseling
- Types of client requests
- Analytical stage in counseling (transsystem analysis, analysis of levels, polarities, feelings, boundaries, positional analysis)
- Working with metaphor
- Transsystem scaling
- Cognitive and analytical methods in therapy
- Behavioral Methods in Therapy
- existential therapy
- Systemic methods in therapy
Thus, the Transsystem approach helps:
Know yourself and understand yourself
To honestly see your strengths and weaknesses, correlate your ideas about yourself with reality, touch your feelings and irrational aspirations. During the training there will be an opportunity to become more holistic, to gain the ability to rely on oneself and faith in one's own strengths.
Improve relationships with people around you
Understand people, see their essence, their motivation and actions, their logic and values. And, as a result, to build qualitatively more harmonious relationships - personal, business, partnership, creative. At this stage, people are taught skills to work with people and the ability to build deep relationships filled with meaning.
Understand how the world works
To see the fundamental principles by which all systems function - from small ones (for example, families) to large ones (for example, global corporations and countries). Thanks to these principles, we can trace and even predict various events, isolate their regularity and cyclicity. This, in turn, allows you to qualitatively and environmentally influence the world around you and consciously change it.
Create individually suitable tools for solving tasks
That is, you get not only keys that will work in one or more typical situations, but also the ability to adapt the acquired knowledge to your needs and your personality structure.
For your effective development, we offer
Training in the Transsystem Approach
Learning in a transsystem approach
The main purpose of training at stage I is the development of personality in the broadest sense of the word.
We will work with mindset and beliefs, worldview and values, body awareness and emotional intelligence, energy and charisma, sensitivity and intuition, and more.
You also get tools for diverse work with people.
Basic courses and training at I, II, III levels of TSA
The training system is built in such a way that it helps to grow personally qualitatively and structurally, as well as to master the skills of psychological counseling and therapy, get personal and group practice and, as a result, pass the certification of "Consultant in the transsystem approach".
Ivan also conducts a number of specializations as part of the training, which help to work fundamentally with the chosen areas.
It produces consultants, psychotherapists, people who work with people.
SPECIALIZATIONS IN TSA approach:
- Age-related psychology
- Existential Specialization
- Body psychotherapy
- System Specialization
- Male-female specialization
- Cognitive Behavioral Specialization
- Hormones and neurotransmitters
- Dealing with Trauma
- Working with dependencies
- Art Therapy
- Mediation. Facilitation. moderation
- Soft Skills
- Systems management