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Edinburgh Gestalt Institute

Saturday, October 21 – Sunday, October 22, 2017

Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. Edinburgh Gestalt Institute

Voice, Power and Presence

Breathing, sound and singing will be explored as vibrantly embodied activities in psychotherapy. As well, sounding activities are always relational, including sounders and hearers. In groups, sounds create holding environments, the earliest of which is the aural bond between infant and caregiver. We will explore this in the workshop. Voice and self are intrinsically interconnected. In Voice, Power and Presence we will experiment with and explain the many ways this is so. In addition, we will review how the human voice works – its anatomy and physiology. Bring yo0ur questions about your voice and that of your clients. Both singers and listeners are welcome in this workshop.

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Past Events

Thursday, July 27 – Sunday, July 30, 2017

Queretaro, Mexico

Gestalt Therapy's Embodied Styles

Susan Gregory leads her workshop in Queretaro, Mexico

This is a workshop which is both participatory and didactic. It is drawn from my article of the same name which appeared in 2015 in the British Gestalt Journal, and simultaneously in German in the journal GESTATTHERAPIE. In the workshop we will look at five ways of attending to body experience as an integrated aspect of Gestalt therapy theory and practice. Gestalt therapy practitioners have devised dozens of ways of including attention to body experience in their practices. These ways are both overlapping and descriptively individual. How do they differ' How do we choose which approach to utilize in session' How may we Gestalt therapists train to use these practices in our work and in our lives' These are some of the questions we will address in the workshop.

Voice and Self

Susan Gregory's Workshop in Queretaro, Mexico

In this workshop, you can uncover the power of your own vocal instrument. We will use speech, song, breath and movement to expand our voices and sense of self. In this workshop, we focus on the physical aspects of speech and singing, and on the social experiences of having our speaking and singing heard by others while they hear ours

Saturday, March 11, 2017, 2 - 5 p.m.

New York Institute for Gestalt Therapy

Unfolding Gestalt Therapy: Learning, Practicing, Teaching, Developing.

Join Susan Gregory and Dan Bloom as they facilitate an exploration of how we practice Gestalt therapy and how we offer training for developing Gestalt therapists.

Saturday, September 24, 2016, 11:30 - 1pm, Taormina. taorminaconference2016.com

In Giardini Naxos, Sicily, singing "Vergin, tutto amor" - 2016

Gestalt Therapy's Embodied Styles

Gestalt Therapy's Embodied Styles is a workshop which is both participatory and didactic. It is drawn from my article of the same name which appeared in 2015 in the British Gestalt Journal, and simultaneously in German in the journal GESTATTHERAPIE. In the workshop we will look at five ways of attending to body experience as an integrated aspect of Gestalt therapy theory and practice. Gestalt therapy practitioners have devised dozens of ways of including attention to body experience in their practices. These ways are both overlapping and descriptively individual. How do they differ' How do we choose which approach to utilize in session' How may we Gestalt therapists train to use these practices in our work and in our lives' These are some of the questions we will address in the workshop.

April 30 - May 1, 2016, London, UK

Gestalt Centre, King's Cross

Gestalt Therapy's Embodied Styles

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Saturday, April 16, 2016, 2 - 5pm, New York

151 West 26th Street, 6th Floor

Gestalt Therapy's Embodied Styles

Gestalt Therapy's Embodied Styles is a workshop which is both participatory and didactic. It is drawn from my article of the same name which appeared in 2015 in the British Gestalt Journal, and simultaneously in German in the journal GESTATTHERAPIE. In the workshop we will look at five ways of attending to body experience as an integrated aspect of Gestalt therapy theory and practice. Gestalt therapy practitioners have devised dozens of ways of including attention to body experience in their practices. These ways are both overlapping and descriptively individual. How do they differ' How do we choose which approach to utilize in session' How may we Gestalt therapists train to use these practices in our work and in our lives' These are some of the questions we will address in the workshop.

Saturday, November 14, 2015, 11am - 4pm, London

British Gestalt Journal Seminar Day, co-facilitating with Peter Philippson

Breathing, Moving and Creating in Gestalt Therapy

For info: Adam Kincel, adam@gestalt.uk.com

Saturday, April 13, 2016, 2 - 5pm, New York City

New York Institute for Gestalt Therapy

Gestalt Therapy's Embodied Styles

See newyorkgestalt.org for details

March 28, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., New York City

Gestalt Center, 220 Fifth Avenue (26th Street) #802

Trauma Treatment and Neuroscience, the Brain/Body Connection

Workshop for helping professionals and interested lay persons.

April 11, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. New York City

Training Institute for Mental Health, 115 West 27th Street, 4th Floor

Psychology of Music

Paper presentation and conversation with audience.

May 27, 2 - 6 p.m., Rio de Janeiro

The Power of Voice

Workshop for helping professionals; contact Susan for information

May 29 - 30, Rio de Janeiro

Internacional Congresso de Gestalt

Two workshops - Neuroscience; Working with Body in
Gestalt Therapy; One panel discussion - TBA.

Contact Susan for further information

September 2, 2014, Asilomar, CA

One-day Workshop

Therapy's Embodied Styles - an experiential workshop in which the group explores five ways of incorporating attention to body experience as integral aspects of Gestalt therapy practice. CEUs are available. This is a pre-conference workshop of the biannual conference of AAGT.org

April 27-28, 2013, Norway

Training class for therapists.

Breathing Into Contact, working with breath and body as integrated parts of practicing psychotherapy. Contact Susan for more information.

May 23-26, 2013, Cartegena, Columbia

Workshop.

BodyStories, exploring ways in which recent research in neuroscience, infant development and relational models underscore our fundamental understandings of Gestalt therapy.
XIII Congreso Internacional de Gestalt.

September 20-22, 2013, Krakow, Poland

Workshop.

Therapy's Embodied Styles. 11th Conference of the European Association for Gestalt Therapy. Contact Susan for more information.

October 25 - 26, 30th Congreso Internacional de Gestalt

Mexico City

Therapy’s Embodied Styles: Five contrasting approaches to using somatic approaches in the practice of Gestalt therapy.

February 13, 2013, 8:30 pm. New York City.

Workshop.

On Becoming a Life Coach: how I made the transition to Life Coaching, and why. New York Institute for Gestalt Therapy at SoundHealth Studio, 20 W. 20th Street, Suite 803.

November 24, 2012 - British Gestalt Journal Conference in London, England, participant.

Creative Processes in Gestalt Therapy.
Contact Susan for more information.

October 14, 2012 - New York City

Workshop

Therapy's Embodied Styles: Five varying approaches to using somatic understandings in the practice of Gestalt therapy. Contact Susan for more information.

May 2012

Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy

Puebla, Mexico

Workshops: Power of Voice; Breathing Into Contact

Susan with Guadalupe Amescua

Susan with Guadalupe Amescua,
Director of CEsiGue


Susan and Lupe

Susan and Lupe with Ana Bojalil and Zobeida Gomez


 

July 31 - August 5, 2011

Embodied Relational Psychotherapy

Esalan, Big Sur, California

Singing as a Developmental Body Process - A workshop

Watch videos of Susan teaching at Esalen >

eselen

Susan at Esalen with Sylvia Crocker and Marilyn Miles

"Shall I Compare Thee...?" conference 2007

New York City during Susan's term as
President of New York Institute for Gestalt Therapy
Watch videos of Susan teaching at the conference >

Susan Gregory performing at New York Institute for Gestalt Therapy