The Hoffman Institute is an international organisation that offers personal development courses for therapeutic purposes, consisting of a seven- or eight-day residential program conforming to its "Hoffman Quadrinity Process". The Process is based on precepts set by the organisation's founder Bob Hoffman.
The Hoffman Process was founded by Bob Hoffman in 1967 and was originally called Fischer-Hoffman Psychic Therapy. Later the name changed to the Fischer-Hoffman Process, named after Hoffman and Siegfried Fischer. Formerly a 13-week program, it was changed to an eight-day format in 1985. In 1990, Tim Laurence and Serena Gordon started the Hoffman Process in the UK with the blessing of Bob Hoffman. In 2014 the original 8-day format became a 7-day format.
Hoffman Institute centers are governed by the Hoffman Institute Foundation in the United States and Hoffman Institute International elsewhere. The Hoffman Institute Foundation is a non-profit organization headquartered in the United States. As of 2008, Hoffman Institute International has centers in Argentina, Australia, Canada, France, Ireland, Brazil, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Russia and the United States.
- Laura Lian Holistic Spirituality - Workshop Review of The Hoffman Process, PS-magazine.com, Jan 17, 2007
- Hoffman Institute
- Hoffman, Robert. Getting Divorced from Mother & Dad: The Discoveries of the Fischer-Hoffman Process, Dutton, 1976
- Hoffman Centre Australia
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