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Students reflect on their learning

Here are reflections from two of the recent tranche of students who completed the APA Diploma Course, now available to work through in the book Astrological Psychology: The Huber Method (with optional tutoring). Diane Perriam writes I felt drawn to the Huber approach so I decided to study with the APA – I can say

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Further Tutor Reflections

Following on from Ghislaine’s recent post, reflecting on her tutoring experience, here are shorter contributions by other recent tutors. I felt it to be a great privilege to be invited to become a tutor back in 2010. And it has also been a privilege to work with all the different kinds of students that came

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Looking forward and back on my involvement with APA

It was with sadness and also a sense of anticipation that I approached December 2019 that marked the approaching closure of the APA School. Sadness as it signalled the end of an era during which we, tutors, introduced the principles of Astrological Psychology to new students and guided them through their studies with love and

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Thanks to all involved in The English Huber School

Bruno & Louise Huber began teaching their wonderful new system of astrological psychology in the 1960s in Zürich, initially in the form of seminars and later as formal courses. All the teachings were originally in German and a large following of students was soon established. Over subsequent years a series of books began to appear,

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APA coming up to the DC

What could the future have in store for APA? Does its foundation chart tell us anything? It is now over 35 years since the enterprise of introducing astrological psychology to the English-speaking world was embarked upon by Richard Llewellyn and Pamela Tyler in a Knightsbridge pub. Those years are documented in various places, including a

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Conjunction or Blog

We have a new editor of the APA members’ magazine Conjunction, Caroline Adlestone. Articles for consideration for Conjunction should be emailed to Caroline at conjunction@astrologicalpsychology.org. Pieces for the APA blog should be emailed to Barry as webmaster at webmaster@astrologicalpsychology.org. How should you decide which is which? The blog is basically for shorter pieces that are

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Changing delivery of APA courses

[This blog post is now historic. For the current situation see the page Study Astrological Psychology.] Trustees’ Notice (Issued December 2016) It is with much regret that the APA trustees have concluded that the present method of delivery of the APA Foundation and Diploma courses is not sustainable in the long run. Our organisation is

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