Gestalt Psychotherapy

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This course is designed for those interested to learn the basics of Gestalt therapy approach that can be used for career and personal life.

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Would you like to learn the Gestalt approach and use it in your work? Or are you interested in becoming a Gestalt therapist?

In any case, you are in the right place!

In this course you will take 29 informative lectures where you will learn:

  • Several Gestalt techniques such as the “Empty Chair Technique” or “Repetition & Exaggeration”
  • The importance and use of experiments in therapy sessions
  • Working with couples and groups
  • Using “Mindfulness” approach in sessions
  • Helping to complete an “unfinished business”
  • Using the Theory of Change in therapy

Are you interested in learning about the Gestalt therapy approach? Would you like to use it in your career and your personal life?

Then see you in my class!

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who is interested in Gestalt Therapy approach
  • Anyone who wants to become a coach, counselor, therapist
  • Anyone who wants to use their certification from this course for work or further study

Our Promise to You

By the end of this course, you will have learned the Gestalt therapy approach that can be used for career and personal life.

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Course Curriculum

Course Sections

About The Instructor

About The Course

What Is Psychotherapy

What Is Gestalt Therapy

The Origins Of Gestalt Approach

Psychoanalysis And Gestalt Approach

Forms Of Psychotherapy

Therapeutic Relationship In Gestalt Therapy

The “Self” In Gestalt Therapy

Gestalt “Present” Awareness

The Concept Of “Respect”

The Concept Of “Social Responsibility”

The Concept Of “Relationship” In Gestalt

Phenomenological Method

Dialogical Relationship

Field Theoretical Strategies

Experimental Freedom

The Theory Of Change

The Concept Of “Mindfulness”

Exercise And Experiments

The Empty Chair Technique

Discussing “Dreams” (Dream Work)

Exaggeration And Repetition

Guided Imagery And Fantasy

Suppressive Techniques

Working With “Unfinished Business”

Working With Couples

Working With Groups

The Strengths Of Gestalt Approach

Critiques And Limitations

Thank You And Good Bye!


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