CE Hours: 10
The transition from “student” to “new therapist” can be a daunting time of seeking to integrate what one has been learning into a personal style and approach to the work. The intention of this Gestalt-based workshop is to support each participating therapist in their own self-discovery process, with a focus on their current guiding assumptions about themselves as therapists and the therapeutic process. This will be an experiential workshop employing a variety of awareness experiments and techniques.
Mary Jen Meerdink, PhD, is a licensed Clinical Psychologist and Executive/Leadership Coach with over 20 years’ experience and more than 20,000 direct contact hours spent coaching individuals, couples and organizations in the process of growth and transition. In her organizational work, her foundation in clinical psychology affords her unique tools and expertise in the areas of assessment, design, implementation, and maintenance of lasting and meaningful individual and systemic change.
Sibel Ozer, MA, BCPC, ATR, is a licensed professional counselor and board certified art therapist currently working as a legacy therapist at the Comprehensive Cancer Center of the University of Michigan. She started her career as a clinical psychologist working with earthquake survivors in Turkey. She continued her work in the United States in hospice, hospital, and private practice settings further specializing in grief & loss and trauma.
Fee if registered before March 9: $174