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Unfolding Self As Process, Stockholm, Sweden

Leader: Dan Bloom

We are honored to have Dan Bloom visiting Sweden. He will give two days of co-creation lecture on the theme of the theory with its roots from Perls Hefferline and Goodman

Dan Bloom JD, LCSW is a psychotherapist in private practice in New York City. He studied with Laura Perls, Isadore From, Richard Kitzler, and Patrick Kelley. He is past president and fellow of New York Institute for Gestalt Therapy and past president of the Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy. He was Editor-in-Chief of the journal Studies in Gestalt Therapy: Dialogical Bridges and is an associate editor of the Gestalt Review. He co-edited the books Continuity and Change: Gestalt Therapy Now and The New York Institute for Gestalt in the 21st Century. Dan is adjunct faculty of The Gestalt Associates of New York, The Gestalt Center of New York, the Center for Somatic Studies, guest trainer, Istituto Di Gestalt HCC, Syracuse, Italy. He also independently trains and supervises gestalt therapists. Dan’s writings have been widely published. He can be reached through his website, or at

We will be able to look deeper in the core concept of contact and the relational aspect and meaning of relational. Dan Bloom has done a work about relational function as one of the function of self as process.

Date 14-15th of May
Place: Metanova Götgatan 11 Stockholm
Price: 4.000 SEK excl. tax 5.000 SEK incl tax
Registrate and questions:
Minimum of participants are 15
Last day for registration 10th of April
Registration is binding