Basic Training (Seminar I) and Extended Basic Training (Seminar II and III)
The Basic Training in Lusher-Diagnostics is divided into two levels: The simple basic training, which is limited to the necessary knowledge of test recording and evaluation. It is suitable for those who do not want to do therapy themselves, but only want to recognize possible disturbing factors at an early stage and recommend them to others. (Seminar I)
A sound knowledge of the basics of Lusher-Diagnostics is provided by the Extended Basic Training. It enables you to recognize the emotional indicators for fixations, tensions, and contradictions in the test and to transfer them into a therapeutic intervention. The practical seminar allows for exercises on own and other people's case examples, as well as sufficient space for exchange of experiences. (Seminar II and III)
In the Basic Seminar I, the essential basics of Lusher diagnostics are taught. The aim of the training is the independent recording of the test, the systematic evaluation with the help of the manual as well as the determination of the therapy strategy in case of indicated abnormality of the test result.
In addition, the participants learn the “language of the test colors”, i.e., the categorial system of colors and their psychological meaning.
Extended Basic Training
Seminar II provides sound knowledge of the basics of Lusher diagnostics. It enables to recognize the emotional indicators of fixations, tensions, and contradictions in the test.
Furthermore, the extended basic training enables to uncover the trigger of frustration and its compensation and to transfer it into a therapeutic intervention.
Degree: Certificate of participation
Certified Training (Seminar I-VI)
The Certified Training in Lusher-Diagnostics includes all seminar contents of the extended basic training I-III (see there) and additionally enables to independently derive a complete and in-depth analysis of the test result as well as the therapy structure from the diagnosis structure. In this way, the participants are enabled to independently develop the corresponding therapy strategy or an individually appropriate therapy plan based on it.
Practical SeminarIn the practical seminar (Seminar IV), participants learn Categorical Analysis and its application to all experiential situations. This is particularly helpful for dream analysis.
The introduction to “ethical norms” provides an insight into the connection between individual ethics and social ethics, and is particularly helpful in social therapies.An overview of different forms of therapy concludes the practical seminar.
Seminar V provides the theoretical knowledge necessary to understand the Lusher Cube and Categorical Analysis. This makes it possible to grasp the concrete connections between frustration and compensation and their underlying anxieties.
The basic structures of the psyche and their interrelationships are presented using the Lusher cube. Their manifestations in the various forms of behavior in the context of basic fears can be explained on this basis.
Seminar VI is the final seminar. The contents of seminars I-V are recapitulated at the beginning so that they are present to the participants. Afterward, each participant presents their own case. Considering the analysis criteria learned, the diagnostic structure is to be worked out, then the therapy structure derived, and a therapy plan developed.
A brief insight into the use of Lusher diagnostics in the field of personnel consulting concludes the certification seminar.