This workshop is intended to support supervised therapists and licensed professionals in the application of embodied awareness to their practice.
This experiential workshop explores instruments, sounds, and our own voices to find musical conversation together. We will discover our music and experience the process of clinical improvisation as a valuable tool for psychotherapy.
Intimate relationships are essential to our well-being but fear of otherness can frazzle the mind and close the heart as prejudices and pre-judgments hold us hostage from connecting, resulting in increased isolation and suffering.
This seminar explores how therapist and client co-create a shared field of depression.
In this training, participants will learn the basic principles of Gestalt Therapy Theory by investigating the dynamics of movement.
With our contemporary focus on embodied relationality, the use of metaphor works powerfully with clients who otherwise cannot connect to their body responses by giving them a language that encompasses sense and feeling.
For those students and graduates who are seeing clients, here’s an opportunity to have supervision with a master Gestalt therapist.
This four week workshop will use videotaping to expand awareness of how you are and what you do in relation to another person.
This group is created for practitioners who want to do case reviews based around issues of power and privilege.
Explore the elements of expressive arts and Gestalt in process for a day, explore the doing of the artistic process.
This seminar looks at how to respond to emotional challenges, experience tools to explore emotional issues, and provide opportunities to share and experiment with challenging cases.
This seminar will explore how past trauma experience affects our current bodily experience as it emerges for both therapist and client in the therapy relationship.