Description: We invite you to participate in a Gestalt Experience Workshop (GEW) and learn how a Gestalt approach can help you to build more productive and satisfying personal and professional relationships. This workshop focuses on increasing your self-awareness and supporting your learning through direct, present experience and respectful exchange with others. Our skilled faculty facilitators create a space in which to explore, observe, practice and discuss interpersonal interactions. In addition, core elements of Gestalt methods are explained to help you to integrate your learning.
Presenters: Michael C. Clemmens, PhD is a licensed psychologist in Pittsburgh working with individuals, couples, and groups. He has 20 years’ experience working with chemical dependency and personality disorders. He is trained in various forms of body work. One of his special interests is consulting with therapists to develop and maintain self-support. He is the author of Getting beyond Sobriety. Allison Bruce, M.Ed, PCC is a private practitioner in the Cleveland area. She works routinely with individuals and couples, and is experienced with adolescents and adults in short term crisis management through long term therapy, pscyhoeducation, and personal growth. She has considerable experience in the areas of trauma, substance abuse, and general wellness. Allison emphasizes the use of embodied presence and relational approaches with her clients. She has enjoyed a professional development emphasis in Gestalt Theory and Application. Allison is also an accomplished manager and counselor in a variety of clinical settings.
Registration Deadline: July 10, 2014