Free webinar with John Gillespie!
You are cordially invited to a 2-hour free webinar with John Gillespie!
Webinar topic: SE* SE* SE* workshop…. And more se*! Building our ground as therapists to work with sexuality – Working with sexuality. Building a foundation in therapeutic work with corporeality.
Presenter: John Gillespie
Organizer: Lodz Gestalt School
Webinar Day: Tuesday: 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.
The webinar is aimed at psychologists and psychotherapists. It will be held on the zoom platform. It will be conducted in English and translated into Polish. The number of places is limited! Applications are accepted by email: [email protected]. It is necessary to provide your name for the application.
Free webinar with John Gillespie – event description:
Talking about sex, our sexual bodies and personalities can bring to the surface aspects of shame, isolation, trauma, privilege/oppression dynamics, and spiritual identity can be extracted from the everyday personality and encoded in our sexual self. These parts of ourselves can often remain untouched during therapy training, or even therapy itself, because of the combination of taboos, degrees of trust and personal intimacy that are necessary to share our sexual selves.
The webinar can serve as an introduction to the October workshop. It will provide insight into the work of John Gillespie and enable participants to work more comfortably with clients’ experiences of sex and/or achieve a greater degree of personal comfort around sex.
A few words about John Gillespie:
John Gillespie is a qualified gestalt practitioner and psychotherapist (MA Gestalt Therapy/Diploma in Counselling). He is the founder and CEO of New Gestalt Voices. She has extensive experience working with people struggling with early life trauma, loneliness, shame, addictions, relationship difficulties, anxiety/depression, gender/sexuality, grief and questions about life’s purpose.
John Gillespie graduated from London Gestalt Centre, MA in Gestalt Psychotherapy, Metanoia, MSc in Gestalt Psychotherapy, PHG Reading Group with Perry Klepner, Physical Process Work at Gestalt Institute Cleveland, Working with groups and teams at London Gestalt Centre. He is a certified integrative arts psychotherapist (IATE) and holds a diploma in counseling from the Albany Centre. He has conducted numerous workshops at conferences, including:
- “Addictions in the role of therapists: What happens when we are the problem and how do we support each other?” – Workshop presented at UKAGP 2022 conference.
- “Time and Spirituality.” A Workshop Presented at the 2019 EAGT Conference in Budapest.
- “Bringing Sex On: A Workshop Co-Facilitated with Chris O’Malley at the 2018 Toronto AAGT Conference.
- Writing and Not Writing; an experiential exploration of what happens when we sit down to write. Workshop co-conducted with Martin Capps at UKAGP 2017/ and with Chris O’Malley at UKAGP 2019.