The International Biocentric Psychoanalysis Institute

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  • The International Biocentric Psychoanalysis Institute (IBPI), a new private post-graduate School of specialisation in the holistic psychotherapy defined as “Biopsysis” which again stands for Biocentric Psychoanalysis.

    Biopsysis – Biocentric Psychoanalysis © ® * is a new approach to “Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy” inspired by a theory of Physics called Biocentrism. The concept of “Identity” is central. The “Ego”, its existence, nature and activity is far more important than it was in the older psychoanalytic approaches.

    The Biocentric approach is pragmatic, integrative and looks for solutions, with the main goal to act fast and efficiently. Time perception and memory are important also, the same with prevention and of course the honesty and professional integrity of the practitioner. In the Biocentric perspective Philosophy of Mind and Theoretical Physics come together.

    Finally, Biocentric Psychoanalysis uses many of the cognitive, dialectical, rational-emotive and hypnotic behavioural therapy tools. It is not properly classifiable as a “talking therapy” because it strongly believes that communication is only less than 10% words and because the main therapeutic tool is Logics, to investigate a patient’s inferential thought processes, learning system, interactional behaviour and inducted emotions, through sensorial and perceptive stimulation, in order to introduce gradual changes to their “habits”, to make them acceptable and stabilize them over the weeks, months and years, to pursue a patient’s complete realisation and happiness.

     Psychoanalysis for Athletic Performance (PAP)

    A new approach to therapy in this field called Psychoanalysis for Athletic Performance (PAP), which has been registered in UK as Applied Psychoanalysis. Applying psychoanalysis to improve sport results means, in simple words…

    • testing an athlete’s learning system
    • introducing small useful changes in the training and competition routine
    • altering perceptions through specific exercises
    • applying conversational and traditional hypnosis, art and music therapy.
    • intensive biopsysis treatment

      Read the article on FocusOn Health & Wellbeing

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