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4 year certified course of Gestalt Therapy

The program (structure and content) for the training is the mixture of the program in IVGT (Czech Republic) and MultidiMens (Holland/Belgium). It is also used in this way already in Bulgary and Nepal.
Because of practical reasons we organized the trainings in blocks of five days each. This will make it quite intensive, but will save costs on travel for trainers and students. (Especially for those who will travel from Armenia and Azerbaijan).
The structure and content is a combination of methodology, theory and supervision. Because of EAGT regulation, the therapist for the personal process can not be the same as the trainers of methodology and theory. Therefore, the personal process work has to be done outsider of the training program with an external Gestalt therapist.

Working languages: Russian and English.

Every block will consist of five days of each eight hours (total = 40 hours)
First year

In total there are five blocks, which means that at the end of the first year students have accomplished: 200 hours of Gestalt methodology and theory.
The topics regarding methodology and theory for the first year will be:

  1. Awareness (incl. figure – ground)
  2. Phenomenology
  3. Field theory
  4. Contact (incl. contact cycle and contact mechanisms)
  5. Dialogical approach + evaluation

Second year
In total there are again five blocks, which means that at the end of this second year students have accomplished: 200 hours of Gestalt methodology and theory.
The topics of this year for Methodology and theory will focus on “How to use …..” and therefore will be:

  1. Field awareness (incl. phenomenology and how to use the meta position)
  2. How to use the cycle of contact and contact mechanism in practical work
  3. Communication skills
  4. Creativity in dialogue
  5. Evaluation of personal process and methodology and theory. This will be partly done by presenting a personal report and partly (M+T) by a written exam of relevant Gestalt literature. During the evaluation it must become clear if a student can enter the third and fourth year to become a therapist.

During the second year we can bring in more trainers. The trainers will be planned in the blocks regarding their professional background and experience and their preference for a specific topic.

Third year
In total there are again five blocks, which means that at the end of the third year students have accomplished: 160 hours of Gestalt methodology and theory, 40 hours of gestalt supervision
For the third year the topics will focus on working as a therapist. The students will be asked and stimulated to start to work with clients.
Therefore, the topics will be:

  1. Contacting and contracting (incl. position, mandate, limitations, ethics and values)
  2. Gestalt diagnostics and psychopathology (incl. comparison with the DSM)
  3. Transference and counter transference from a Field theoretical point of view (working with fixed gestalts and unfinished experiences)
  4. Developmental theories (inc. life phases and developing self organizing functions and view on pathology in old age)
  5. Evaluation by working with a client in front of the group (evaluation will focus on quality of awareness)

Fourth year
In total there will be five blocks again, which means that in the end of the fourth year students have accomplished: 120 hours of Gestalt methodology and theory, 80 hours of Gestalt supervision.
The topics of the fourth year will focus on working as a gestalt therapist and especially on developing ones one style.
Therefore the topics will be:

  1. Group work (incl. leading Gestalt Group Psychotherapy)
  2. Body work and sexuality
  3. Working with existential topics like trauma, illness, death and mourning
  4. Live supervision (students have to bring a real client to the training and work with him/her in front of the group or bring a video recording of a session with a real client. The work with the client will be supervised with the group.)
  5. Evaluation (incl. the topic of ending therapy, saying goodbye, rituals etc.) The evaluation will be done by one of the core trainers together with an external expert and will be partly in the form of a dialogue on the final report of the student.

See attached file: Training Standard

 

 


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