CE: 7 hours (not ethics)
Description: This group experience will engage participants in using the self-administered inventory entitled the GIRL (Gestalt Inventory of Resistance Loadings) to obtain an assessment of their individual styles or patterns of interrupting and making contact with self, others and their environment. The GIRL was created to provide valid and reliable assessment of the 7 primary styles of resistance embedded in Gestalt therapy theory, namely Confluence, Desensitization, Introjection, Projection, Retroflection, Deflection and Egotism.
Presenters: Mary Plank, M.Ed. is the Research Associate for the GIRL Research Project, assisting Dr. Woldt and Dr. Prosnick with creating the Qualtrics Survey for the GIRL amongst other important research tasks.
Ansel Woldt, Ed.D Emeritus Professor Kent State University; Private Practice psychologist in Kent; 1973 graduate GIC 3-yr. P-G Program.
Deadline for Registration: November 22, 2013