FOR PSYCHOTHERAPY AND TRAINING
Authenticity & Empowerment: A Woman's Way
Gail Feinstein, LCSW
Women are ready to step into their power, live intentionally and lead from their own values, voices and visions. With discussion and engaged inquiry, we investigate how our cultural inheritance has influenced and shaped our beliefs and feelings about what is female, beautiful and correct. We create group generated experiments to heighten awareness of the projections and introjections of how a woman “should be”, act and look. Using a relational gestalt approach, breath and sensory work, qi gong, movement and more, we explore how our experiences of “dimming down” and staying hidden and trapped live in our bodies, and how we disconnect and loathe them. Through a co-creative, collaborative process, we re-define what is beautiful, admired and respected about being a woman, bring courage and value to our aging process, reclaim the power and sacredness of menstruating and menopausing, transform hating our bodies to loving them, and shame into creative possibility and empowerment. We will attend to how womanhood is relevant to our work as clinicians, what women have to offer the wider community, and influence of the feminine on the greater field.
Saturday, April 15, 2017
10 am-5 pm
Continuing Education Hours (for LMSW's, LCSW's, LMHC's and Licensed Psychoanalysts): 6
50% Discount (GCPT Students) = $60
25% Discount (Mental Health Graduate Students) = $90
25% Discount (Mental Health Graduate Students) = $93.75
50% Discount (GCPT Students) = $62.50
Shame, Desire & Compassion
Hiro Yasuda, LCSW-R, CGP
Despite the fact that we all recognize the experience of shame, we feel ashamed of feeling shame. A few of us are courageous enough to share our experience of shame with others. As for the rest of us, we hide. In cultures where feeling shame is considered shameful, how do we as therapists work with clients who struggle with this universal, yet often stigmatized human experience? This didactic-experiential workshop will help you gain theoretical and cross-cultural understandings of the origins, forms, and functions of shame through the lenses of Gestalt theory, sociology, and neuroscience.
Saturday, May 20, 2017
10 am-4 pm
Continuing Education Hours (for LMSW's, LCSW's, LMHC's and Licensed Psychoanalysts): 5
WORKSHOPS / CONTINUING EDUCATION 2016-17
We offer Continuing Education hours to Licensed Social Workers and Licensed Psychoanalysts for our workshops. (By next fall we will also offer continuing education for Mental Health Counselors). See individual listings below for details.
New York State requires that we post the following statement:
The Gestalt Center for Psychotherapy and Training is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers, (#SW-0201), and by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed psychoanalysts, (#Psyan-0001) and licensed mental health counselors (#MHC-0079).
How to Register
You can pay via PayPal, Credit Card or check using the Buy Now buttons or Pay by Check link below each workshop.
A minimum 50% deposit is required at the time of registration.
You may choose one discount, if it applies:
Discounts are not available for the weekend intensives
If one of these discounts applies, send the discounted amount by check; or click the appropriate PayPal button.
75% refund if cancelled more than 7 days in advance.
50% if cancelled less than 7 days in advance.
Occasionally, the Gestalt Center needs to cancel a workshop due to unforeseen circumstances. In such cases, we will inform you the Monday prior and provide you with a full refund.
Call (212) 387-9429 or email email@example.com.
Introduction to Gestalt Theory & Practice
Presented by various faculty
This introductory class will provide a beginning understanding of Gestalt Therapy and practice. You will learn about Gestalt theory, methods and techniques, and about what is at the heart of our creative, experiential therapy.
In addition, we'll answer your questions about our training programs in Gestalt therapy. This workshop is particularly useful for those considering entering our training programs.
In this class you will:
Friday, March 31, 6:30 - 9:30 pm
The class is free, but reservations are required.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (212) 387-9429.