As children we develop a series of false identities or masks in response to the expectations and projections of those we depend on for survival. Over time these become autonomous and start to run our lives. We move between them with little or no awareness, triggered by external events.
Wounding happens when we are not seen and loved unconditionally as children. The wounded child is a powerful and convincing identification which can keep us stuck in defense mode and, when we are triggered, we start to live out our childhood movie.
We can learn to recognize and accept this when it is happening and, instead of remaining stuck, begin to heal the inner child by giving it the love and reassurance it needs – from our own adult resources.
Reclaiming and healing the inner child allows us to regain the spontaneous joy and wonder of life. It is the essential journey of life to become a child again healed, whole and awake.
“Parents, because of their own investment – business, politics, religion, philosophy – are less interested in the potential of the child. They are more interested in how to mold the child so that he fits in their world, becomes respectable in their world, is not an outcast, is not a misfit. All this arises out of good intentions, but the result is not good. It is almost slaughtering the child, destroying, killing him. Most of his potential will always remain only potential. He will never be even aware what treasures he has brought with his life. He will die and those treasures will remain unopened.” Osho.
|Starting Date: 28 May 2021||Starting Time: 9:00 am|
|Course Dates: 29 May 2021||Timings: 07:00 - 19:00|
|Last Course Date: 30 May 2021||Timings: 07:00 - 19:00|
|Starting Date: 11 June 2021||Starting Time: 9:00 am|
|Course Dates: 12 June 2021||Timings: 07:00 - 19:00|
|Last Course Date: 13 June 2021||Timings: 07:00 - 19:00|
|Starting Date: 10 September 2021||Starting Time: 9:00 am|
|Course Dates: 11 September 2021||Timings: 07:00-19:00|
|Last Course Date: 12 September 2021||Timings: 07:00-19:00|
OSHO International Online
Affiliated with: CAT – Collective Alternative Therapists
Complaint and disciplinary law
I am registered as a CAT (Collective Alternative Therapists) therapist under Wkkgz-right of complaint and disciplinary law in the dispute resolution body GAT (Disputes Alternative Therapists). GAT is a national recognized and fully independent Wkkgz disputes Committee in the Netherlands, however for complaints from abroad there is until further notice no complaint procedure.
New European privacy law
The General Data Protection Regulation (AVG) applies as of 25 May 2018. This is a new European privacy law. As a result, privacy is the same in all countries of the EU. Now the member states still have their own national laws.
The General Data Protection Regulation (AVG) thus replaces the old Personal Data Protection Act (Wbp), which prescribes that healthcare providers properly secure medical records. For example, they must ensure that only authorized persons have access to a patient’s file.
The AVG lists a number of mandatory measures that a therapist has to meet because they record data in client-files.
To support a good treatment, it is necessary that I, as your therapist, make notes and keep them in a encrypted digital file. This is also a statutory duty imposed by the Medical Treatment Contracts Act (WGBO).
These details in the client file, as required by the law on the treatment agreement (WGBO), are retained for 15 years.
The rights of patients with their medical records are secured partly in the WGBO, and partly in the Wbp. Patients have the right to view their medical records and to request correction, addition or destruction of their files.
What exactly is saved
Your file contains notes about your personal details, health status and short notes of the date and course of the treatments performed. For courses this consists of the questionnaire and any additional questions.
In the file, data are also included, if necessary, that are necessary for your treatment and that I have requested, after your explicit consent, from a care provider, e.g. from your (other) therapist or general practitioner.
Who sees what
As your attending therapist, I have sole access to the data in your file. I have a legal duty of confidentiality (professional secrecy).
When a course is organized abroad, and translation is necessary, the organizer and translator have access to the data and they work under a signed mutual duty of confidentiality.
The data from your file can also be used for the following purposes:
1. To inform other health care providers, for example if the therapy has been completed or with a referral to another therapist. This only happens with your explicit permission.
2. For the anonymized use during peer review.
3. A limited part of the data from your file can be used for the financial administration, so that I can draw up an invoice.
4. The invoice is, if necessary, consulted with my tax advisor for making the annual tax return and any tax inspection.
If I want to use your data for another reason, I will first inform you and ask your permission explicitly.