Astrology is one of the oldest combinations of art and science. Although it has often been exploited and misrepresented throughout history it has also, in knowledgeable and skilled hands, become a valuable tool for human development. We still do not know how or why astrology works, so it is impossible for anyone to claim that they have found the definitive way to interpret a birth chart.
However, astrological psychology, the approach developed by Swiss astrologers and psychologists, Bruno and Louise Huber, has been found by many to be a dynamic and effective way of using the natal chart. Astrological psychology promotes self-awareness and aids personal and spiritual growth. It aims to combine the best of traditional astrology with modern psychological knowledge.
More than 50 years of intensive client-centered research enabled the Hubers to structure a comprehensive system of astrological psychology – the Huber Method – which offers a wholistic way of interpreting a birth chart by examining, and giving meaning to, the layers of a human life from the central core of the psyche to the environment in which we live.
In 1962 Bruno and Louise founded the Astrologisch-Psychologisches Institut in Adliswil, Zurich, teaching this unique approach to astrology and psychology in German.
In 1983 British astrologer Richard Llewellyn and American astrologer Pam Tyler, assisted by the Hubers, founded an English Huber School offering teaching of their approach in English.
Since those early days, thousands of students worldwide have been trained in the Huber Method. Many of those who have graduated over the past 30 years are professional men and women engaged in the helping professions.
The school adopted the APA code developed by Bruno Huber to ensure that astrological psychology is only ever used in the positive service of humankind. All graduates were required to sign this code.
As well as continuing to offer distance-learning courses, in 2003 the school became a membership association, the Astrological Psychology Association, for all interested in astrological psychology and its evolution.The publisher HopeWell was established around the same time, to ensure availability of the Hubers’ teachings in English.
With declining demand, the distance learning courses were closed to new enrolments at end of 2016, with final course completions by end 2019. As an alternative, the course materials were published, with optional tutoring arrangements. The Association closed in Janury 2022, and the shared website transferred entirely to the book publisher HopeWell..
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Spanish Huber School – The site of the Spanish branch of API.
Internationale Fachverband Astrologische Psychologie – German-speaking professional association for astrological psychology
Astrolog – German language magazine of the ‘Internationale Fachverband Astrologische Psychologie’
International Academy for Astrological Psychology – German speaking academy (Wolfhard Konig).
The Psychosynthesis and Education Trust – The longest established psychosynthesis centre in Britain.
The Institute of Psychosynthesis – Another long-established psychosynthesis centre.
Psychosynthesis Avalon – The Will Parfitt Website for Psychosynthesis and Kabbalah. Personal and spiritual development with Kabbalah and its application through Psychosynthesis. Plus distance education, group courses, books, and articles to download.
Cathar Software – software for Huber-style charts and data
astro.com – data for famous people and free Huber-style charts plus a range of extras.
Astro Mirror – chart software for Android
The Astrological Association of Great Britain – astrological resources, conferences etc.