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The Gestalt of Trauma: From Attachment to Resilience

MLnHatInviteAfter discussing the necessary elements in treating traumatic reactions within a Gestalt framework, the place of attachment and resilience will be noted, as well as the centrality of trauma in most emotional problems. A case example will be described, and participants will be asked to create various treatment plans for that client's presenting problem.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
• Participants will understand how Gestalt theory is useful in treating trauma.
• Participants will be able to describe how attachment and resilience are core parts of the treatment of traumatic reactions.
• In examining the clinical case description, participants will use those theoretical underpinnings to design possible interventions

PROGRAM LEADER:
MARY LOU SCHACK, PH. D. is a clinical psychologist. She has over 45 years experience practicing and teaching Gestalt Therapy. She remains committed to the idea that all people contain the seeds for their own growth that awaits a nurturing and challenging environment to support their blossoming. Her current practice and theoretical interests include the forgiveness process, the structure and practice of mutuality, the role of the body in traumatic anxiety, and the relationship between intimacy and differentiation.

CEUS: 2; $20 HOURS: 3:00 am – 5:00 pm
DATE: Saturday, October 20 LOCATION: Narberth Borough Hall
TUITION: $65 100 Conway Avenue
Narberth, PA 19072

This workshop will be followed by a 35 Year Celebration of GTIP and Mary Lou Schack, who is retiring.

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