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THE PIERRE DUBUC INTERNATIONAL CENTER (PDIC)

PAST LIFE REGRESSION TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION

The Pierre Dubuc International Center

Located in St Sauveur, P.Q., Canada, the PDIC was founded by Pierre Dubuc in 1997. It is a Center for training in holistic therapies and specializes in Past Life Regression Training and Certification. The school is fully accredited by IBRT (The International Board for Regression Therapy).

Pierre Dubuc obtained his Masters in Social Work from the University of Ottawa in 1963. He has been practicing regression therapy for more than twenty years and has guided nearly 10,000 regressions. He has also given radio and television presentations about regression work in the U.S. and Canada and has been a board member of A.P.R.T. (Association for Past Life Research and Therapy) for two years (1997-99). In 1999, he was awarded his Ph.D. in therapeutic counseling from the International University of Sri Lanka.

Dr. Dubuc has authored two books that have had a significant impact in the field of regression therapy, Vies Passées Heureuses (Happy Past Lives), 1994, and Le Cheminement de l'Esprit, vers la Guérison de l'Âme et du Corps ( The Journey of the Spirit, Towards Soul and Body Healing), 1999. This latter one will soon be available in English.

OVERVIEW OF THE TRAINING PROGRAM

The PDIC school of regression therapy offers a comprehensive high-quality program of a 120 hours in Past Life Regression Therapy. At the end of the program the students  are certified by the PDIC and are also eligible to apply for their Board Certification as Regression Therapists from the highly respected International Board for Regression Therapy.

The PDIC program is spiritually oriented and holistic in nature. The student learns the theory and practice of regression while, at the same time, continuing his or her personal growth through the experiential dimensions of the program.

Upon completion of the training program, graduates are fully qualified to practice regression therapy. Guidelines for setting up a practice are included in the program. Although further training is optional, a second and a third year level of training will be made available for those who wish to increase their knowledge of the field and continue their own spiritual and personal development.

First year classes are being taught in St Sauveur (40 miles north of Montreal), P.Q., in Quebec city, and in Burlington, VT. A second year class is also being taught in St Sauveur. The regular format of the classes is with small groups (maximum 12 persons) and on a ten weekends basis during a period of ten months to allow time for reading, practicum and written assignments, and integration. Other geographical locations for classes are planned for year 2000.
 
 

PDIC TRAINING INCLUDES

The Conceptual Framework for Regression Therapy:

History, theory and methodology
The trilogy of Spirit, Soul and Body
Levels in the evolution of consciousness
 Happy past lives
 Difficult past lives
Regression into the Beyond
Entity releasement
Partnership with the Higher Self
Code of Ethics

Methodology and Techniques for Regression:

Types of inductions and altered states
Criteria  for determining if a client is ready or not for regression work
The initial interview and the method for asking the Higher Self to provide the themes for regression
Entering the regression
Therapeutic framework for the different types of regressions
Protection of the friend-client during the regression
Transformational, self-healing exercises
Ending the regression

Demonstration and Practice:

Demonstrations by the teacher
Practice in small groups, teacher-supervision
Assignments for between-class practice
Written assignments

Introduction to Research and Methodology & Techniques

Tuition for the year long program is $1200, plus the cost of the training manual ($30) .

WE ARE NOT HUMAN BEINGS HAVING A SPIRITUAL EXPERIENCE
BUT SPIRITUAL BEINGS HAVING A HUMAN EXPERIENCE

For more information, contact:
Pierre Dubuc, M.S.W., Ph.D.
Director of PDIC
Internet: pdubuc@colba.net
1-450-227-4210
Regular mail: C.P. 85, St Sauveu


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