Gestalt Therapy Supervision – a phenomenological, aesthetic and field-oriented method
A Weekend with Margherita Spagnuolo Lobb from Thu Oct 3rd 18.00 to Sun Oct 6th 15.00 2019 At Hegnegaarden, Orø, Denmark
In Gestalt therapy supervision is a fundamental process, a learning environment and a necessary support for clinical practice.
This process is a means to better understand clinical cases, to reflect on the therapeutic situation and relationship, to orient oneself in the therapeutic process. In addition, it increases awareness about the fields created by therapist and client and by supervisor and supervisee and provides support from belonging to the professional community in order to be able to offer the best possible practice for clients.
This weekend will touch theory and experiments which aims to develop the skills of a Gestalt supervisor. We give you an insight in a theoretical framework and a method to supervise psychotherapists from Gestalt therapy perspective.
The Gestalt group setting of this weekend will allow all participants to contribute their creativity and expertise, supporting critical reflection at both a theoretical and practical level.
Margherita Spagnuolo Lobb,psychologist psychotherapist, researcher, director of the Istituto di Gestalt HCC Italy (Siracusa, Palermo, Milan), post-graduate School of Gestalt therapy recognized by the Italian Minister for the Universities; of the International Training Programs in Gestalt Psychopathology and Development; of the International Programs for Gestalt Supervisors.
She has written extensively on fundaments of GT, especially in its aesthetic, phenomenological and field perspecive. Her book The Now-for-Next in Psychotherapy. Gestalt Therapy Recounted in Post-Modern Society is available in 8 languages. Editor of the Italian Journal Quaderni di Gestalt(since 1985), Director of the International Gestalt Therapy Book Series(Istituto di Gestalt HCC Italy Pub. Co.).
In 2018, she has received the Lifelong Achievement Award from the AAGT, and from the Council of Psychologists of Sicilian Region. She lives in Siracusa (Italy). More info at www.gestaltitaly.com
▪ Nordic participants DKK 4.200 / Euro 565
▪ Estonian participants DKK 3.360 / Euro 452
Shared room Thursday to Sunday:
▪ Nordic participants DKK 2.580 / Euro 345
▪ Estonian participants DKK 2.064 / Euro 276
Registration deadline: 15th of August 2019
• There are limited seats so sign up on a first-come, first-served basis.
• When you pay the deposit on 1500 DKK (200 EUR) it will ensure your reservation and be your final sign up.
You can sign up by sending a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org Please visit our webpage http://gis-international.dk/ for information about seminars at GIS.