Established practitioners and advanced trainees
Seminars in progress
This 8-session, 90-minute seminar focuses on the “relational” self from the original 1951 model in Gestalt Therapy, Excitement and Growth in the Human Personality, by Perls, Hefferline, and Goodman (PHG) and how it relates to various contemporary views of theory/practice from a “relational perspective.” It offers members a relevant understanding of the basic PHG.
We read and discuss selections from PHG and from various contemporary gestalt therapy sources – and apply what we discover to our clinical practices. Members are encouraged to bring clinical examples into the seminar for discussion. We also attend to the group experience of each session. The seminar is an experiment in online gestalt group process.
Our focus is on how gestalt therapy theory/practice shifted its figural attention from the individual to the person-in-relation in terms of core concepts, such as:
I present gestalt therapy as a particular clinical phenomenology and introduce concepts from phenomenology (such as, intentionality, lived-body, and life-world (Lebenswelt) into contemporary gestalt therapy practice.
On Translating Experience
My thoughts on the value of translation as a tool for deeper understanding of experience.
Seminars are recorded for download by seminar members. The time and day of the seminar will be decided by the seminar members and me. The fee is $540.00. The seminar is appropriate for advanced-beginning trainees to established practitioners. Contact me at +1 212 674 0404 or through the contact form that is provided below.