Retreat & Training
Retreat-We endeavor to create a space in which participants may recharge and rejuvenate in a beautiful location with good food, in a community of others who are also seeking renewal and connection.
Training-For those who wish to deepen their understanding and practice of gestalt therapy, this experience will be especially rich. The faculty all have many years of experience as gestalt therapists and trainers. In addition to maintaining private practices, they have written about gestalt therapy theory and practice, have presented and trained nationally and internationally, and have taught for many years at institutions including Pacific University School of Professional Psychology, Stanford University, the UC Davis School of Medicine and The Wright Institute.
This retreat/training is open to mental health professionals and others who have done extensive psychological growth work from all theoretical orientations interested in learning more about gestalt therapy are welcome.
About the Faculty
Eva Gold and Steve Zahm are Co-Directors of Gestalt Therapy Training Center–Northwest in Portland OR, and Senior Faculty for the Buddhist Psychology and Contemporary Gestalt Therapy: Mindfulness to Psychotherapy Practice program. In addition to practicing and teaching gestalt therapy for decades, they have also studied Buddhist psychology and practiced Vipassana/Insight meditation for many years. Their forthcoming book is Buddhist Psychology & Gestalt Therapy Integrated: Psychotherapy for the 21st Century. They will bring this perspective to the training.
Peter Cole and Daisy Reese are Co-Directors of the Sierra Institute for Contemporary Gestalt Therapy in Berkeley, CA. They train psychotherapists internationally in addition to practicing and teaching gestalt therapy. They specialize in gestalt group therapy and are graduates of the Washington (DC) School of Psychiatry’s Group Therapy training program. They will bring an emphasis on group process to the training retreat. They have two current books, both published by Routledge. The 2nd Edition of Mastering the Financial Dimension of Your Psychotherapy Practice (2017) and New Directions in Gestalt Group Therapy (Nov, 2017).
About the Program
Retreat faculty will lead morning process groups. Afternoon activities will includes options for professional development in Gestalt therapy, Buddhist psychology, Gestalt group therapy and personal development. Evening activities will include the whole community.
The Sierra Institute for Contemporary Gestalt Therapy (SICGT) maintains responsibility for this program and its content. SICGT is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Continuing Education for Psychologists, CA MFTs and LCSWs 12 hours.
We look forward to having you join us!
Dates: Friday evening July 6th through Tuesday noon, July 10th
Cost: $1450 for double room. $1650 for single occupancy; Includes Room & Board.
To learn more about Buckhorn Springs Retreat Center.
For further information and an application please contact Daisy Reese firstname.lastname@example.org
(916) 444-1786 sicgt.org