Find the Joy from your True Self.
Enrique Arellano Farias is a Psychotherapist member of the European Association for Body Psychotherapy (EABP), official branch of European Association for Psychotherapy (EAP). Enrique works everyweek with clients in his office in Barcelona and once a month in the Nederlands (Amsterdam). Enrique has 25 years of ongoing professional training, personal work and Supervised work with clients. He is a Reiki Master and a certified teacher of the method: Cultivating the Emotional Balance created by Alan Wallace and Paul Ekman. Enrique has been a student of: Dr. Richard Schwartz, Dr. John Pierrakos, Dr. Ruppert Lorusso, Dr. Andrés Leites, Ilse Kretschmar, Dra. Barbara A. Brennan, Dra. Alexis Johnson, Dra. Judith Sara Schmidt, Albert Pesso, Dr. Lowjis Perquin, Panagiota Atteshlis, Doreen Virtue, Carolyn Myss.
He is a certified Franklyn Covey Coach, Utah,2003 and has participated the foundational program of Theory U by Otto Scharmer and in Social Presencing Theatre by Arawana Hayashi.
Enrique Arellano has practiced meditation since 1990 and has studied with renowned Yoga and Buddhism teachers.
His passion resides in helping others go through Self Healing and Self Transfromation.
Training as a therapist Enrique Arellano includes - among others - the following training:
• Cultivating Emotional Balance (CEBTT - Australia, 2015)
• Brainspotting nivel 1. Alecés (España, 2015)
• Internal Family Systems. Center for Self Leadership (Sheffield, UK, 2015-2016)
• Pesso-Boyden System Psychomotor Psychotherapy (Boston, 2009-2012)
• Enrichment Program in Attachment Psychotheraphy (Center for Interntional Living, NY, 2007-2009)
• Core Energetics Counseling Program (Frabosa, Italia, 2004-2009)
• Constelaciones Familiares, Raquel Schlosser (México, 2002)
• Barbara Brennan School of Healing (NY & Miami, 1999-2003)
• Grado en Psicología (en proceso de homologación)
• Terapia psicocorporal Core Energética (Centro Yollocali, México, 1992)
• Osteopatía Upledger I y II (Florida, 2002)
• Reiki Usui Shiki Ryoho con Vamzu-jo (1991-1992) Maestría en 2009