Director and instructor, obtained a Licentiate in the Arts of Translating and Interpreting (ISTI). He studied classical humanities at St Barbara College (Ghent)and St Jan Berchmans College (Brussels). During his career he fulfilled functions including:
- Founding Director Bureau Logos & Partners
- Founding Director Director EcoHome® (1996)
- Over thirty years of educational methodologist and instructor of languages:
- Dutch for banking, stock trading, and financing
- Business French (Chambre de Commerce de Paris)
- Italian and English at various language institutes such as CERAN (Spa) and CLL (Brussels, Louvain)
Passionated by suggestopedia, he was adept to the advanced methods of professor Georgi LOZANOV and to the principles of learning foreign languages applied by professor Alfred TOMATIS. At present retired from an international career that brought him even to teach French in India, today he delights in sharing his didactic know-how with those, male or female, young or not so young, who reach out to him.
Stefaan De Schrijver, instructor, obtained a doctorate in particle physics from the Universita degli Studi “La Sapienza” (Rome), a Master in Divinity from Weston Jesuit School of Theology (Cambridge, MA), a Licenciate in Theology from the Pontifica Universita Gregoriana (Rome), a doctoral certificate from the KULeuven. He studied mathematics and humanities at St Barbara College (Ghent).
His IT career gave him the opportunity to investigate technology and human science topics including:
- Language as frame for structural schemas in transpersonal dynamics
- Transformational educational methodologies such as dynamics of encounter, cognitive development, conscientious conceptualization, bubble/milieu immersion
- Artificial Intelligence and interpretative analysis in distant learning
Intrigued by interpersonal phenomena in personal identity development, he became adept in the advanced analytics necessary for the neuro-psychology and spirituality of the in-between of professors Beatrice Beebe, Paulo Freyre, Carl Jung, Jacques Schotte, Antoine Vergote, and Jeffrey Young. For their work on human factors in computer interfaces his research team received the Technology Prize of the European Union (1997).
At present retired from the international career that kept him based in the United States, he currently lectures in spiritual counseling at the International Institute Canon Triest of the Pontifica Universita Lateranensis.