Camilo Gallardo IAAP, UKCP, GAP, is a psychotherapist trained as a Jungian analyst and IFS therapist.

Psychotherapist trained as a Jungian analyst (2003), IoTP - Identity Oriented Psychotrauma Therapist (2015) and an (IFS) Internal Family Systems Therapist (2018)

Jungian analyst, Training analyst and supervisor 

Trained therapist in (IoTP) Identity oriented Psychotrauma Therapy

Trained in IFS L1, L2 and L3, Internal Family Systems Therapy

 

Accredited organisations:

The Guild of Analytical Psychologists (GAP)

The International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP) : 

UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP)

 

Training:

1987-2002   Theatre and Film with Janet Alhanti studio, Los Angeles  https://www.actingclassnow.com

1989-1992    Resident at Dharma Zen Centre LA. Refuge Zen Master SeungSahn  https://www.dharmazen.com/residencyandabout

1994  Iquitos, Peru with Chamán Don Agustin Rivas http://agustin-rivas.com/en/travel/amazonas-and-rainforest/

1996  Iquitos, Peru with Chamán Don Agustin Rivas http://agustin-rivas.com/en/travel/amazonas-and-rainforest/

1996-2006  Jungian training with the Guild of Analytical Psychologists (GAP)  http://www.analyticalpsychology.org

1996-2010 Annual 10-day silent Vipassanā retreat with  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S._N._Goenka

2005 Refuge with 17th Gyalwang Karmapa, Ogyen Trinley Dorje  https://kagyuoffice.org

2015 - 2018 (IoTP) Identity oriented Psychotrauma Therapy with Franz Ruppert  https://www.healthy-autonomy.co.uk/iopt-therapy/

2018 Mahamudra for the Modern World with  Dr. Reginald A. Ray    https://www.dharmaocean.org/reginald-a-ray

 

Internal Family Systems Therapy trainings:

2018 L1                           Paul Ginter  

2019 L1                           Chris Burris

2019 L2                           Cece Sykes           Compassion for Addictive Processes

2019 L3                           Richard Schwartz 

2019 L2                           Frank Anderson   Trauma and Neuroscience

2021 L3                           Richard Schwartz 

2022 L2                           Cece Sykes           Compassion for Addictive Processes