Gestalt therapy founded by Frederick “Fritz” Perls and collaborators Laura Perls and Paul Goodman. They created diverse cultural and intellectual movement of the 1940s, into a new form of gestalt that provided alternative to other theories. Gestalt therapy is an integrative, experiential and humanistic approach, it works with awareness and its attributes. Also, gestalt therapy is meeting point between two individuals. Gestalt therapy theory is, a process-based that therapist actively develops methods of awareness that increase level of engagement, which would lead into the self-development process.
These forty hours course designed intensively for mental health professionals in group and individual setting, it is not open for public. At the end of each level, test of oral and written knowledge will be given for evaluation purposes. These courses combined by, theory, practices, experiments, exercises, lecture, and presentation by participants.
Note: Gestalt therapy is an alternative approach into mental health conditions yet, can not be replaced with medical treatments in mental health conditions as if it is necessary. However, therapy work would show the best result when it is collaborated with medial treatments as if needed.
Requirements for practitioners:
- Signing Consent form
- Agreeing with code of ethic in group work
- Participating and exploring and experimenting within group
- Self-growth process (personal therapy) twenty hours in each level.
- Authoring paper, involving in research regarding into any desired or assigned subject matters within each level.
- Due to space limitation 8 or 10 individual can register.
Private training is available.
In group setting training will take place every weekend:
Saturday 9:30am to 7:30pm
Sunday 9:30am to 7:30pm
Registration fee for each level is $1800 plus tax.