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MSc in Gestalt Psychotherapy

 

The Gestalt Introductory Weekend is an opportunity to fully experience what it’s like to study with us at Metanoia – practically and experientially.  As a member of the group you will be taken on a whistle stop tour of the key Gestalt theoretical elements through discussion and experimentation.  This will give you an holistic experience, supported by an experienced Primary Tutor from the training programme, to help you decide whether Gestalt and this training, is for you.  We will also encourage and support you to begin to process your experience of being in a group of people who are all exploring this theory with you.

 

We find that this two day experience builds strong foundations for students who move in to our Psychotherapy programme.  As well as meeting and getting to know others who you may end up training with, you will have an opportunity to share any concerns or ask any questions.  This will enable you to get what you need from this time and give you some understanding as to whether you are ready to start on this journey.

 

By the end of the weekend our hope is that you will be inspired to continue and our aim is to provide you with enough knowledge and experience of Gestalt to want to know more.

The next scheduled events will be as below:

15/16 January 2022 (with Jemma Crowe)

12/13 March 2022 (with Ruth Nightingale)

Please note applications will open shortly, this page shall be updated in due course when it is the case (the apply button will not work until such a time when are accepting applications).

 

Please contact Alfie Bradic on: 020 8579 2505 or email: alfie.bradic@metanoia.ac.uk