Learn the Art and Science of Integral Psychotherapy
Learn the art and science of Integral Psychotherapy from one of the leading voices in the field.
Integral Psychotherapy involves the application of Ken Wilber’s AQAL model in the world of psychotherapy. The result is a meta-orientation – a way to connect the central ideas and interventions of the world’s major approaches to psychotherapy. The goal of Integral Psychotherapy is to help us move beyond the postmodern into a truly comprehensive, holistic understanding of mental health and well-being.
CIT Global Training – Ongoing Enrollment
The CIT Professional Training Program was officially launched this past March as the CIT Global Program. The new program has an online, self-paced format with monthly individual consultations with Dr. Forman. The program can be commenced at any time (space permitting) since it entirely individualized. The goal of the new format is to make the art of Integral Psychotherapy accessible to participants from around the world.
CIT Advanced Training
Building upon the Global Training, the Advanced Training combines a one-on-one supervision model with a process of Integral analysis – a personal exploration of your current self through the Integral lens. The intention of the Advanced Training is to strengthen your capacity for self-awareness so as to increase your capacity to work therapeutically with others.
Praise for A Guide to Integral Psychotherapy by CIT Founder, Mark Forman, PhD
“Integral Theory offers a remarkably comprehensive conceptual framework, and this book offers a sophisticated view of psychotherapy through its encompassing lens. It’s a book to which I keep returning to glean additional ideas on applying integral perspectives to challenging clinical and life issues.”
—Roger Walsh, MD, PhD, Professor, University of California Medical School, author of Essential Spirituality: The Seven Central Practices.
“Mark Forman has made an important contribution to the entire field of psychotherapy with this book, which is delicately balanced with theory and research, and always with direct clinical implications. Highly recommended for any mental health professional.”
— Andre Marquis, PhD, Professor, University of Rochester, author of The Integral Intake: A Guide to Comprehensive Idiographic Assessment in Integral.