The essence of psychosynthesis perspective is that each of us has a purpose in life, and has challenges and obstacles to meet in order to fulfil that purpose. This purpose is analogous to a journey in that we move forward along the path of life in a unique way, and are always in the process of becoming. Each step forward contains the possibility of actualising our potential.
This exploration offers a flexible and safe framework for introspection and self discovery, which aims at personal and spiritual growth. The main focus is on developing consciousness-based attitudes and skills that help an individual to face particular moments of challenge or change in life.
This work is based on a synthesis of several disciplines (General Western Psychology, Psychosyntesis, Indian and Integral Psychology) and techniques (Awareness through the body, Bach Flowers, Focusing and Life Coaching), in which Stefania has an academic and professional background.
About the Teacher
Stefania grew up in a beautiful Italian village in the Alps. She achieved a university degree in educational sciences and a master degree in clinic pedagogy. She worked as a freelance in various educational institutions in her country (hospitals, schools and informal education centers), offering counseling, workshop and trainings. As a private therapist, she worked with children with developmental delays and behavioral and psychological difficulties.
Her search for spiritual growth brought her to travel in South America, to experience an intentional community in Scotland for almost a year and to deepen her knowledge for philosophy, psychology and techniques for spiritual growth (Psychosyntesis, Indian psychology, Awareness Through the Body, Bach flowers remedy, life coaching, etc).
The path of Integral yoga brought her to finally move to Auroville in 2007 where she mainly worked as Awareness Through the Body practitioner and as counselor and therapist in different Auroville schools.
At present Stefania is working as a part of Joy Community team.
COUNSELLING with Stefania
WILL RESUME IN AUGUST
“Lord, we know what we are, but know not what we may be.”