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Experiential Marathon Group for Personal and Professional Development – Cleveland

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Event:
Experiential Marathon Group for Personal and Professional Development – Cleveland
Date:
July 26, 2014 9:00 am
Cost:
250.00
Organizer:
Gestalt Institute of Cleveland
Phone:
2164210468
office@gestaltcleveland.org
Updated:
June 9, 2014
Venue:
Gestalt Institute of Cleveland
Phone:
2164210468
Address:
1588 Hazel Drive, Cleveland, OH, 44106, United States

CE: 15
Ethics: No
Description: This group experience engages participants in holistic, present-centered and process-oriented interactions by attending to both ‘What is being said’ and ‘What’s not being said’. By attending to the ‘Here and Now’, ‘I—Thou’, and ‘What and How’, awareness and contact is attended to in a manner that allows participants to experience authenticity and integrity in their personal and professional living. Past marathon group participants report life-changing awareness, insights and creative adjustments, thus experiencing a new sense of self, expanded potential for novel behavior and creative ways of relating to others.
Presenters: Ansel Woldt, EdD Emeritus Professor Kent State University; Private Practice psychologist in Kent; 1973 graduate GIC 3-yr. P-G Program; Co-founder and ongoing officer in the Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy (www.AAGT.com); 50 years experiential Gestalt pedagogue and research director of 101 PhD advisees; Co-editor w/Sarah Toman of Gestalt Therapy: History, Theory and Practice. Logan Lamprecht, PhD is an Assistant Professor at Cleveland State University, where he teaches in the counselor education program. He has been in private practice, working with adults, couples, and families for the past several years. His interests include humanistic models of relatedness that support clients in achieving well being. He is passionate about addressing power imbalances in relationships, including interpersonal, community, and global, and the role of the counselor as a social justice change agent working consciously to address the sociopolitical factors that influence client lives. He is a father of four young children and enjoys spending time outdoors with his partner of ten years.
Registration Deadline: July 25, 2014

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