What is the Process?
The Hoffman Process is a comprehensive 3-month personal development program, the foundation of which is an eight-day intensive residential process. You are guided through the Process by highly trained and experienced psychotherapists.
The eight-day program is residential to facilitate greater privacy and concentration. During the week the facilitators help you examine your life issues and trace the origins and consequences of your behaviour patterns. Through expressive and experiential methods the program will transform you in a safe and supportive environment. The unique combination of intellectual, emotional, physical and spiritual work will aid your transformation and will ensure lasting changes. The Process gives practical tools that can be used daily, which enables ongoing, long term benefits and can be equivalent to 3 to 5 years of therapy.
Our emphasis is on in-depth personal attention with a high duty of care. With at least one teacher for every 8 participants, you are assured of receiving the individual attention necessary for lasting personal growth. The process is held at Sangsurya, a beautiful retreat centre overlooking the ocean, close to Byron Bay.
To date, more than 70,000 people around the world have used the Hoffman techniques to initiate change in their lives. Our clients range from school teachers to full time mums and builders to city bankers. What they all have in common is a commitment to make their lives more loving, joyful and fulfilling.
There are many types of workshops and therapy that exist to help people overcome stress, anxiety, depression and other self-defeating issues. The Hoffman Process works alongside these options providing an opportunity to deepen and accelerate healing in a safe and residential environment.
There are many reasons to do the Hoffman Process; people join the Process as part of ongoing therapy, because they feel stuck in their life, or simply because they are looking for lasting positive change.
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