Understanding the Enneagram: a doorway into the psychology, emotions and behaviour of ourselves and others

By | 2019-04-22T06:17:38+00:00 April 20th, 2019|Articles|

Senior Hoffman Facilitator and Director of Hoffman Program Design, Jutka Freiman is a highly sought-after psychotherapist and group facilitator, based in Sydney, Australia. For over 30 years she has worked extensively both locally and internationally using an integrative, expansive approach including Inner Child work, Attachment Therapy, Enneagram, Gestalt, Somatic Experiencing, Bereavement Therapy and Psychodrama to [...]

Dr Joan Borysenko Discusses the Benefits of the Hoffman Process

By | 2018-09-21T12:36:55+00:00 August 31st, 2018|Articles|

Each one of us looks back and you can say, I remember the time when something fell into place… and at that moment, what really happens is that you’re free from something that was holding you back, and there’s a sense of increased potential, just like you’re more present, you’re able to be here now [...]

Dr J.W. Wilson discusses how the Hoffman Process creates positive long-lasting changes in brain structure

By | 2019-06-21T05:45:05+00:00 August 31st, 2018|Articles|

For over 30 years, the Advanced Learning Institute (ALI), Canada have been doing neurological and genetic research on the basis of learning and behaviour change. Executive Director Dr J.W. Wilson, was been asked to explain the science behind the Hoffman Process; how is it, that by being exposed to in such a very short period [...]

Dylan Jones’ Remarkably Honest Account of the Hoffmann Process

By | 2018-09-21T02:28:35+00:00 August 30th, 2018|Articles|

Advocate for men's mental health, GQ Editor Dylan Jones raises awareness on men’s plight with mental health issues in his candid account of his personal experience of the Hoffman Process and repressed childhood memories as he reveals the life-altering release and healing that comes from speaking out. Since the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements, women [...]

The Return of the Feminine – Interview with Jutka Freiman

By | 2018-05-23T02:24:54+00:00 May 15th, 2018|Articles|

In this interview Jutka takes us into the archetypal realm of the Feminine, and explains its meaning for women at different stages of life, and shares her experience of turning 60. Since the mid-1980s, Jutka Freiman has guided women on the journey from self to soul. A psychotherapist and group facilitator with degrees [...]

Can Kindness Be Taught?

By | 2018-01-10T06:49:10+00:00 January 10th, 2018|Articles|

By RICHARD SCHIFFMANDEC. 14, 2017 Prekindergarten students at P.S. 212 in Jackson Heights, Queens, observe their “belly buddies” — stuffed animals placed on their stomachs — as they rise and fall with their breath. The lesson is part of the Kindness Curriculum.Credit Jeenah Moon for The New York Times Thanks to a challenge from [...]

Eleanor Moran Talks About History Repeating in Love Until the Process

By | 2018-09-28T06:51:29+00:00 September 28th, 2016|Articles|

A moment that changed me: group therapy stopped me falling for versions of my dad Why was I attracted to charming, older and unavailable men? The Hoffman process showed me I had placed my unreliable, dangerous father on a pedestal. The hotel function room was packed tight with tables, drunken voices raised to cut through [...]

Off to the Hoff – Wellbeing Article by Danielle Kirk

By | 2018-09-28T06:53:55+00:00 August 18th, 2016|Articles|

We experience the Hoffman Process, a little known but fascinating personal development program. As you identify and deconstruct these long-held patterns of feeling, thinking and behaving in relationships, you learn to develop deep compassion for and understanding of others and yourself. By Danielle KIRK As I write this I’m listening to Johann Pachelbel’s Canon in [...]

Janine di Giovanni tells why she tried the Hoffman Process of Psychoanalysis

By | 2018-09-28T07:07:35+00:00 March 19th, 2011|Articles|

The combination of 20 years of reporting conflict, together with scars left by her upbringing prompted Janine di Giovanni to try an intense week-long form of psychoanalysis. Many years ago I went to an isolated village in Switzerland to report on a renegade Freudian psychiatrist and analyst called Dr Silvio Fanti. Fanti, now deceased, had developed [...]