Gestalt therapeutic training with Kamila Biały – Lodz Gestalt School cordially invites you to participate!

Organizer: Lodz Gestalt School

Person in charge: Kamila White

Deadline: 21.02-25.02.2024

Days and times of training:

  • Wednesday: 9:30 am – 6:00 pm
  • Thursday: 9:30 am – 6:00 pm
  • Friday: 9:30 am – 6:00 pm
  • Saturday: 9:30 am – 6:00 pm
  • Sunday: 9:00 – 13:00

Number of hours: 40 training hours

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

Number of seats: min 8/max 12

Cost: 1350 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.

The training is aimed at psychotherapist(s) and psychotherapist(s) in Gestalt training. It is counted among the required group therapy hours needed for certification in the Gestalt movement. Applications are accepted by phone: 575 591 555 and email: [email protected]. It will also be necessary to fill out an application form, which is available HERE.

Participants will receive a certificate confirming their participation in the training upon completion.

Gestalt therapeutic training – description:

Psychotherapy training Lodz Gestalt School

“During therapeutic training, I work with the id (a function of it) of group life, and I don’t abstract from forms of relational work either. Each person in the group has a stake in the emerging experience and is created by it.

I am interested in exploring in the group such experiences that form the socio-cultural backdrop of our therapeutic work, i.e. issues of fluidity, fragmentation, otherness, foreignness and belonging. This is tantamount to a focus on (inter)corporeality-as-body for the creation of concrete meanings. In other words, against such a background of embodied resonance, we will support any figurative suffering or simply experience.

It is the group as a whole that supports individuals in searching in the here-and-now for their answers to unfinished business. Despite the accepted perspective of field theory, my responsibility as a leader differs from that of individuals in the group.

Since this is training, I pay special attention to the process of collaborative learning and the conditions for it. It is, if you look at the schedule of days, a relatively intense experience with sufficient time for assimilation. The modern world, including the world brought by people to therapy, is characterized by a high level of acceleration and complexity, as well as a permanent state of crisis (many crises exist simultaneously: ecological, pandemic, social and political – the war in Ukraine). If I can influence it, I want to propose a frame that does not replicate this pace, but leaves space for withdrawing its energy. The contact is as good as we can withdraw (PHG).”