Two day introduction to gestalt

February 1, 2018

With EGI faculty   Dates:  3-4 March 2018  and 8-9 September 2018   This course runs twice in the year. We will explore key gestalt perspectives on human distress, healing, growth and change. Gestalt has its roots in existentialism, phenomenology, spiritual traditions, psychoanalysis, dance, psychodrama and social change movements. From this synthesis come powerful, compassionate,...

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Diploma training in gestalt psychotherapy – applications now open

January 21, 2018

EGI is proud of its long-standing,  professional training programme, and flexible access routes to professional training. We offer a Masters-level training, which prepares trainees for practising gestalt psychotherapy to a high standard. Please Note: The next intake for the 4 year Diploma will be in the Autumn...

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Lynne Jacobs – Emotional process, enduring relational themes and inescapable relationality

October 23, 2017
Lynne Jacobs – Emotional process, enduring relational themes and inescapable relationality

Our capacity for presence, our attention to contacting, our commitment to dialogue, are our therapeutic foundation. But questions always arise; “is my presence in this moment facilitating or inhibiting our dialogue?” “Is our contacting supporting us to develop a relational style that serves the...

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