🔸„Beyond the Hot Seat: Gestalt Theory and Practice of Relational Group Therapy“
👉🏼In Gestalt Therapy, self is seen as an ongoing assimilation of experience which is continually challenged – to the extent that we allow it – by our participation in what Stern called the ‘intersubjective matrix’ of our being with other people.
👉🏼Each group member is faced, both explicitly and implicitly through the mirror neuron interactions, with a variety of different ways of seeing and engaging with the world, and with a slow, aware discovery of his/her own response to this variety.
👉🏼Grounding the group in the Gestalt theory of relational self or Stern’s intersubjective matrix highlights an important tenet of the Manchester model: that the three areas of group therapeutic focus – individual, interpersonal and whole-group – are not separable, but rather each elucidates the other.
👉🏼What the individual does is done in the matrix of the group situation; and the group can pick up and amplify what is importantly unfinished for one of its members.
👉🏼Therefore, any exploration would typically involve a continual movement between these levels, rather than staying with one group member, or conversely with the whole group.
Trainer : ⭐️👨🏻Peter Phillipson M.Sc. (Gestalt Psychotherapy), UKCP Reg. Gestalt Psychotherapist, is a Gestalt therapist and trainer, a Teaching and Supervising Member of the Gestalt Psychotherapy & Training Institute, UK, a founder member of Manchester Gestalt Centre and a guest trainer for Institutes in Britain and America. Peter is a Full Member of the New York Institute for Gestalt Therapy. Senior Trainer for GITA (Slovenia), faculty member, IpsiG (Turin), advisory board member, Center for Somatic Studies and a guest trainer for many training programmes internationally. He is editor of ‘The Nature of Pain’, co-author (with John Bernard Harris) of ‘Gestalt: Working with Groups’ and co-editor (also with John Bernard Harris) of ‘Topics in Gestalt Therapy’, all published by Manchester Gestalt Centre. He has published many articles on Gestalt Therapy in British, American, Australian, French, Canadian and Spanish Gestalt Journals. His writings include three books: ‘Self in Relation’, published by the Gestalt Journal Press, ‘The Emergent Self’, published by Karnac/UKCP and ‘Gestalt Therapy: Roots and Branches’, published by Karnac Books. Peter is co-author (with his GTin colleagues) of ‘Contact and Relationship in a Field Perspective’, ed. J-M Robine, pub. l’Exprimerie, Bordeaux, and many other articles and book chapters. Peter is Past-President of the Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy (AAGT). He is a teacher (4th dan) and student of traditional Aikido.
💰The cost of 1 Training module is 350 EUR.
👉🏼Discount for the members of „Georgian National Association for Gestalt Therapy” EUR 280
✅REGISTRATION: has began and ends on February 21, 18:00
Prof. Téa Gogotishvili mob.(+995) 599 556 146