Module II


Extended Basic Training: Seminar I-III

The Extended Basic Training provides a sound knowledge of the basics of Lüscher diagnostics. It enables to recognise the emotional indicators of fixations, tensions and contradictions in the test in order to uncover the triggers of frustration and their compensation and to transfer them into a therapeutic intervention.

Seminar I

see Basic Training

Seminar II

Categorical psycho-logic

Seminar contents:

Categorical psycho-logic

  • Repetition from Seminar I
  • Intensive practice on test examples

TheLüscher Cube

  • Categories, Dimensions, Functions 
  • the 12 basic structures in the Lüscher cube
  • Application of the basic structures in psychiatry, psychotherapy, medical psychology and other fields

Evaluating test examples

  • Recognise emotional indicators: Fixations, contradictions, tensions
  • Recognising the cause, frustration and compensation

Seminar III

Practical seminar

Seminar contents:

The autoregulatory system as the basis of therapy

  • The normative self-feelings and the misguided ego images

The normalisation of self-feelings

  • The four therapy goals as counter-regulation
  • The 6 relations of a line
  • The therapy tables

Relief or reality therapy

  • Frustration and compensation
  • From diagnosis to therapy
  • Rule for therapy strategy
  • Recognising the trigger and its consequences
  • The therapy line as normal behaviour
  • Special features
Exercises on selected and own cases

Degree: Confirmation of participation