Field theories in clinical practise – Seminare und Symposium des Institut Francais de Gestalt-Therapie 2021 in Paris

With gestalt therapy, Perls and Goodman made the revolutionary proposal
to embed the practice of psychotherapy in a field perspective. A Babylonian
discussion and controversy among Gestalt therapists is still, 70 years after, in full
swing about the meaning of ‘field’. Certainly the concept of situation, highlighted
in recent years, has made it possible to better differentiate between the field as a
lived experience (in a phenomenological stance), and the field as a life-space (in
the continuity of Lewin’s work). The oscillation between these two conceptions
generated a lot of confusion, which undoubtedly slowed down the radicalization
of a theoretical and clinical development based on concept of contact.
This program aims to advance in the theoretical and practical understanding of
the field paradigm used in psychotherapy. To this end, Institut Français de Gestaltthérapie
is launching the project of this update by inviting three eminent gestalttherapists
: Maya van Zelst, Gianni Francesetti and Jean-Marie Robine. These
three trainers have worked hard for many years to arouse particular attention to
the concepts of field and situation and thus to invite us to move the practice out
of its individualistic limits and into a relational perspective. Each of them has
followed a different path and reached specific orientations that they propose to
confront between them and with the participants, both experientially and in the
theoretical-clinical level as well.

Hier finden Sie weitere Informationen und hier das Anmeldeformular.

Workshops with Elinor Greenberg in Bratislava, Slovakia in June 2020

Dear Gestalt colleagues,

I am reaching out to you to spread a word among the Gestalt community in your area about the upcoming workshops in Bratislava in June 2020 on borderline, narcissistic and schizoid adaptations delivered by dr. Elinor Greenberg, an internationally renowned Gestalt therapist and trainer, author of the book „Borderline, Narcissistic & Schizoid Adaptations: The Pursuit of Love, Admiration and Safety“ published in 2016.

Attached please find a leaflet with all the necessary information on the workshop/s with Elinor Greenberg. The only missing information at the moment is the venue where the workshops will be held. We are in the final stage of its confirmation, but it will be in the center of Bratislava. We will be informing about the venue once it is finalized, which will be soon.

Anybody wanting to participate should just send an email to me at dusan.gabor@yahoo.co.uk and I will send in return the registration form. At the same time, anybody curious may send me to the same email at dusan.gabor@yahoo.co.uk  any question related to the workshop/s and I will respond back as  soon as I can.

Thank you very much.

Kind regards,
Dusan Gabor
psychologist at Psyche Educa
Bratislava, Slovakia

dusan.gabor@yahoo.co.uk

Umfrage zur AGHPT (Arbeitsgemeinschaft Humanistische Psychotherapie )

Am 7. und 8. März 2020 findet die nächste Mitgliederversammlung der Arbeitsgemeinschaft Humanistische Psychotherapie  (AGHPT)  statt, in der die DVG Mitglied ist. Dort wird ein neuer Vorstand gewählt, und zu diesem Anlass sollen die Ziele der AGHPT überdacht und neu formuliert werden. DVG-Mitglieder, die sich an diesem Prozess beteiligen möchten, können das mit diesen Fragebogen tun und ihn bis zum 25. Januar an unsere AGHPT-Delegierte Dorothea Bünemann senden: dbuenemann@gmx.de. Hier geht es zur AGHPT-Webseite.