A Faculdade Trilógica Keppe & Pacheco têm suas raízes em 1970, com a fundação da Sociedade de Psicanálise Integral pelo Psicanalista Norberto R. Keppe, com a participação de sua assistente, a também psicanalista Cláudia Bernhardt de Souza Pacheco.
Transdisciplinarity is a scientific approach that unifies knowledge and stimulates a more complete understanding of reality by articulating concepts that reach between, beyond and through the disciplines.
Our knowledge base is the science of Analytical Trilogy (developed from Integral Psychoanalysis), which unifies the fields of theology, philosophy and science. Created by psychoanalysts Norberto Keppe and Claudia Pacheco, this science has expanded on the psychoanalysis of Freud, Klein and others and integrated this with the wisdom of the most important philosophers, theologians and scientists in history, such as Plato, Jesus and Tesla, among others.
INTEGRATION OF THEORY AND PRACTICE
For Keppe, knowledge comes from action, therefore every course in our curriculum will give emphasis to both the theoretical and practical aspects of learning, thus unifying feeling, thought and action to reach integral being.
CAMBUQUIRA CAMPUS CAMBUQUIRA
POSTGRADUATE CENTER II
The Keppe & Pacheco Trilogical College (Faculdade Trilógica Keppe & Pacheco – FATRI) offers undergraduate, postgraduate and extension courses from its main campus in Cambuquira, Brazil along with postgraduate and extension courses from its 6 campuses in São Paulo, Brazil.
Cambuquira, a small town surrounded by extensive stands of original Atlantic Forest and the best medicinal mineral waters in the world, is an ideal environment for study, research and reflection.
The College is named after its creators, Norberto da Rocha Keppe and Claudia Bernhardt de Souza Pacheco. The society has been innovating in the fields of psycho-socio pathology, psychosomatic medicine, education, the New Physics and technology since 1970.
In 2004, Claudia Pacheco’s STOP the Destruction of the World Association purchased the Grande Hotel Trilogia (GHT) in Cambuquira, establishing a leading center of art, culture and therapy and initiating numerous social, artistic and cultural projects. Today, the GHT is part of the College campus.