7 Continuing Education hours (lunch included in cost)
Description: This workshop is unique on a variety of levels and will provide participants with cognitive and experiential exposure to Gestalt theory as it relates to personal and professional growth. The facilitator will support participants in engaging with one another in an ongoing and spontaneous interpersonal process that gives close attention to physical, emotional, and cognitive processes, with the primary goal being to increase awareness of self and self-in-relationship to others. Participants can expect several Gestalt-centered activities that will stimulate and foster awareness, support participants in exploring trust-issues, interpersonal dynamics and the various patterns of relatedness members use outside of the group context. A primary hope is that people can learn more satisfying and meaningful ways of relating to themselves and to others through experiment and completing incomplete Gestalts. See website for full description.
Instructor: Logan Lamprecht, Ph.D., LPC, is an Assistant Professor in the Counseling Department at Cleveland State University and is also a Licensed Professional Counselor currently practicing in Hudson, Ohio, where he provides group, couple, and individual therapeutic services. He is actively involved in the Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy, where he provides trainings and facilitates personal growth groups for an international audience of educators, supervisors, and psychotherapists. He additionally teaches adjunct at the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland, where he co-facilitates two annual growth group experiences as well as provides workshops on ethical practice from a Gestalt viewpoint. Dr. Lamprecht has extensive background and experience in group dynamics, completing advanced coursework and training and has facilitated group experiences at both the therapeutic and educational level for the past seven years. His research interests include investigating ways to enhance the quality of relatedness in facilitative relationships, including teacher-student and therapist-client.
Registration deadline: June 18, 2013