As various as the methods of Anthroposophic Body Therapies are, as various and individual are the offers for trainings and advanced trainings. It is an essential concern of the International Coordination for Anthroposophic Body Therapies and the IAABT to make sure that the quality of the different trainings are on a comparable level and in the same time the authenticity and uniqueness of each therapeutical impulse is retained.
In collaboration of al professions and faculties of the Medical Section in the accreditation there is a chance for interprofessional exchange and communication. The overriding goal is a mutual recognition by the base of an anthroposophic quality management in our trainings and advanced trainings.
The International Postgraduate Medical Training (IPMT) was initiated in 2001 by the Medical Section at the Goetheanum. It is offered as a series of international annual course weeks which for a licensed doctor can lead to certification as a Doctor of Anthroposophic Medicine after five years. In addition to attending five IPMT sessions, certification requires proof of two years’ practical work with the advice of a mentor, and two documented case histories. Anthroposophic Body therapies are part of this concept.