Therapy’s Embodied Styles – Workshop
30 April – 1 May 2016 – with Susan Gregory
Following up on Breathing, Moving and Creating, the theme of the BGJ Seminar Day which I co-taught in November, I am offering upcoming workshop participants the opportunity to practice and become confident with including experiments using breath, body movement, and creative activities in therapy sessions and groups.
The workshop is named Therapy’s Embodied Styles, after my article by that name recently published in the British Gestalt Journal. At the workshop, I will be distributing copies of the article along with a list of helpful references in the field.
We will spend two interesting and creative days together in which I will offer mini-lectures and therapy demonstrations, and participants will practice new skills or enlarge old skills in dyads and small groups – with lots of support from me – and with plenty of time for large group discussions and q & a’s.
Participants will leave the workshop with increased confidence in experimenting in session, and with expanded understanding of how work with breath, movement and creativity deepens the client/therapist relationship.
Workshop participants need not have attended the BGJ Seminar Day – all therapists, counsellors and trainees are welcome. The workshop fee is £190, with a deposit of £50 due at registration. The remainder will be due by 22 April. There are limited spaces available, so I urge you to contact me if you are interested in attending. For more information, please write to me at GestaltSing@aol.com