Activity in Gestalt therapy – a workshop with Peter Philippson

You are cordially invited to a workshop with Peter Philippson: activity in Gestalt therapy!

Workshop topic: The Active Principle in Gestalt Therapy

Organizer: Lodz Gestalt School

Presenter: Peter Philippson

Deadline: 29.11 – 30.11.2023

Workshop days: Wednesday, Thursday: 9:00 am – 7:00 pm. Including breaks in hrs. 13:00 – 15:00.

Number of hours: 20 training hours

Place: Headquarters of the Lodz Gestalt School, ul. 125 Piotrkowska St., Lodz

Cost: 1400 PLN

*Students of the Lodz Gestalt School are entitled to a discount of PLN 200 for each workshop/training conducted in the Gestalt convention, which will be deducted from the quoted price.

Application form: FORM.

The workshop is aimed at psychotherapists and psychotherapists-in-training. It is counted among the required hours of the so-called. free choice, necessary for certification in the Gestalt stream. It will be conducted in English and translated into Russian. The number of places is limited! Applications are accepted by phone: 575 591 555 and by email: [email protected] . It will also be necessary to fill out the form, which is available here: FORM.

We also encourage you to attend a free webinar, which will be an ideal introduction to the workshop. You are cordially invited to sign up!

Activity in Gestalt therapy – a description of a workshop with Peter Philippson:

In the “self” theory of Gestalt therapy, the self and the other take their form in the act of contacting each other, rather than in the pre-existing self, which then makes contact. While theories of the pre-existing self must show how such a self can change, in Gestalt theory, change is always available, and the question is how we maintain a sense of personal continuity – and when that continuity becomes problematic, leaving us acting in familiar and painful ways. This workshop will introduce the theory and practice of working with clients based on this understanding. There will be time for personal work, discussion and skill practice.