The 2-year Leadership and Self Transformation Training Program supports students to dive deeply into the Radical Aliveness process and prepares graduates with the tools necessary to step into a life of conscious leadership, creative expression and the powerful awareness and openness beneficial for both professional and personal use. Radical Aliveness combines the emotional, energetic and body work concepts of Core Energetics with a radically alive group process. This transformative process, used throughout the 2-year program allows you to find your edges, reclaim yourself and move forward in life with a renewed sense of purpose.

Now Accepting Applications for Fall 2018 – Apply Now!

Who should apply? Anyone looking for personal transformation and wanting more out of life. This work is beneficial for all types of work and life settings including creative fields, business, education and healing as well as roles in leadership or mentoring. Marriage and Family Therapists and social workers are eligible for continuing education credits, and will find this training enhances previous training in many areas including somatic work, cultural sensitivity, working with community issues and group processing.

Contact us for more information: 310-751-0606 or email: admissions@radicalaliveness.org

 

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Students and alumni on their experiences during the Radical Aliveness Training Program

Curriculum Description

In years 1 and 2, learn the foundational aspects of Core Energetics and Radical Aliveness including:

  • higher self/lower self/mask
  • body armoring
  • body energy
  • emotional and energetic holding patterns
  • wounding
  • chaos
  • complexity

Year 1

In year one, we teach the basic principles and practices of Core Energetics and the beginning principles of the Radical Aliveness group process work.

DEVELOP BASIC SKILLS:

  • processing conflict- learn to stand in the face of  powerful emotions and stay present
  • listening- cultivate curiosity and the ability to stay in the conversation
  • expressing truth – be in a laboratory where you can find your authenticity and express yourself
  • hold divergent points of view simultaneously – grow your container and find the world inside of you
  • understanding self-responsibility and mutuality – know that you are the creator of all you are part of
  • opening to a full flow of energy – find your life force and embrace it

Students learn Radical Aliveness experientially through participating, connecting, and unmasking within a group context.

The Radical Aliveness group work encourages students to loosen attachments to the personal, identify themselves as part of a whole, and be in service to that greater whole. Holding a space for chaos encourages students to step quickly into creative leadership and healing roles.

Year 2

Building on the self-knowledge gained in the first year, second year students move away from looking back at their historical wounds, personal stories, and character development, and move toward healing those wounds, letting go of the past, and transforming their defense systems.

DEVELOP LEADERSHIP AND HEAL:

  • communicate more effectively – learn how be constructive with your feelings
  • transform your personality – cultivate an understanding of your most destructive and constructive energy
  • inhabit the present- grow into your greatest self
  • participate fully in life – experience yourself as part of the whole

At the conclusion of year 2, participants feel more creatively charged, less fearful and judgmental, and more connected to the full, flowing energy of their bodies and life’s possibilities.

Contact us for more information: 310-751-0606 or email: admissions@radicalaliveness.org

 


Schedule and Location

Each academic year consists of five training modules, with 4 days of classes during each module. All students are provided meals and accommodations for their overnight stay during modules.

In between modules students maintain a personal schedule for completing homework, as well as participate in process work sessions and/or workshops, and supervision sessions in order to fulfill their yearly process work requirements.

2018-2019 Program Dates:

Module 1: October 18-21, 2018
Module 2: December 13-16, 2018
Module 3: January 17-20, 2019
Module 4: March 14-17, 2019
Module 5: June 13-16, 2019

MEETING & HOTEL ADDRESS FOR 2018-2021

American Jewish University – Familian Campus
15600 Mulholland Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90077

2019-2020 Program Dates:

October 24-27, 2019
December 5-8 2019
February 6-9, 2020
April 2-5, 2020
June 11-14, 2020
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