What is Transpersonal and Experiential Psychotherapy (TEP)?
TEP is a unique blend of transformative personal growth and therapeutic methods. TEP is client centred engaging emotions, mind, body and spirit.
Principal Modalities & Practices:
Sandplay and Symbol Work: provide a powerful doorway into our inner world and the transpersonal level of the psyche. These processes allow us work with both conscious and unconscious material.
Voice Dialogue: works with the many voices in the Psyche.
Dreamwork: allows you to discover your own meaning to your dreams.
Emotional Processing: a safe, structured, energetic and powerful process used to work with unresolved issues and their accompanying emotions.
Body Focus: re-establishes connection to the body and feelings.
Meditation: used as a practice of being fully present in the moment to both inner and outer experience.
Transpersonal Breathwork: a powerful technique for accessing the vast territory of our inner landscape.
ATEP VISION STATEMENT
“Our Association of Transpersonal and Experiential Psychotherapists (ATEP) supports us, its members, to participate in the transformation of our world through practices that enhance consciousness and connectedness”
In March 2006 ATEP became a National Association, formed by a almalgamation of the Queensland, New South Wales and Tasmanian Associations. It is incorporated in NSW. It was called the Association of Transpersonal and Emotional Release Counsellors Inc. and the name changed in December 2016 to the current name.
ATEP is a constituent member of the Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA) .
The Association of TEP (ATEP) :
• Manages the ATEP membership, finances and other business
• Establishes national standards of training through the National Body of Trainers (NBT).
• Upholds professional standards
• Disseminates information to members
• Organises National Gatherings
• Engages with PACFA