Reserving time for your retreat
Making arrangements at least 8 weeks in advance for intensive work is recommended if you are coming from afar. When you know the desired dates and duration of your retreat at Lapis, please make initial contact by email to inquire about availability and any other questions you might have.
Participants are responsible for making their own accommodation and travel arrangements. For accommodation, you will find links and contact information on the Lapis website. If these places do not suit your needs, other assistance can be provided. Instructions for getting to Lapis itself will be sent to you once your final travel arrangements have been made. There will be helpful information for you about getting from the airport to the main train station in Zurich, and then on to your place of lodging. Once you arrive, other information will also be available, such as restaurants in the area, maps, etc.
Hourly consultation fees are applied. The number of hours reserved determines the cost of retreat fees for the body-centered psychoanalytic work. Details are discussed when personal contact is made. An additional administration fee of CHF 200 will be added to the total cost of hourly fees.
A non-refundable deposit of CHF 600 is required to hold your place. Funds can be wire-transferred from your bank to the account in Zurich. Wire-transfer information will be provided upon final determination of dates. The deposit must be received 30 days in advance of your arrival. The balance for the reserved hours and administration fee can be paid in Swiss francs once you are here.
Letter of Agreement
Final arrangements will be made via email and phone whereupon a Letter of Agreement to be signed by both parties, will be sent indicating reserved dates, times and cost.
CEU (Continuing Education Units)
Given arrangements for special formatting of the experiential retreat with private tutorials in theory, it may be possible to receive CEU credits. As each licensing board is different, the participant should contact their state board prior to application and inquire about regulations. In some cases, it simply requires a formal description (hardcopy) of the event along with a certificate of participation indicating the number of hours to be credited, and the facilitator’s CV.
All insurance coverage is the responsibility of the participant. Cedrus Monte/Lapis declines all liability.