Bilbao: Moving Towards The Edge

Bilbao Guggenheim

July 23-29, 2018

Moving Towards the Edge: An Advanced International Event in Gestalt Therapy

with Ruella Frank, Jean-Marie Robine, & Michael Vincent Miller

LOCATION
Hotel Silken Indautxu
Plaza del Bombero Etxaniz,
s/n, 48010
Bilbao, BI, Spain
Map

TIMES
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, & Sunday,
9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Thursday the 26th will be free.

FEE
Participation to the workshop : 1200 € (including lunches & pauses)
Early bird : registration before Jan. 31th, 2018 : 1050 €
Latecomers : (registration after May 20th) : 1350 €
If cancellation happens before 2018 May 20, 100 € will be kept for administrative charges.
50% of your registration fees after this date.
Payment by bank transfer (see registration form)

For more information and registration visit:
Institute Français de Gestalt-Thérapie
or contact IFGT by phone: +335 57 58 29 70, or e-mail: ifgt@orange.fr

Accomodations:
Bedrooms in Hotel Silken (not included in registration) :
individual 83 € • Double 93 € / night (breakfast included)
Limited number of rooms in Hotel Silken to be booked directly to the hotel before May 15
You may also prefer another kind of accommodation (other hotels, B&B, etc.)!
Meals (Lunches) : 6 days included in registration
Dinners not included. Let’s enjoy dinners or tapas in the city!
www.hotels-silken.com


About the workshop:

This six-day program, a collaboration among Michael Vincent Miller, Ruella Frank and Jean-Marie Robine, three international trainers and theorists, is intended for experienced practitioners as well as trainers of
Gestalt therapy.

The emphasis is on expanding possibilities and exploring new horizons in our work. Foundational concepts of Gestalt therapy, such as contacting, contact-boundary, theory of self, etc., will be scrutinized and given new shape.

Some of our concerns to be taken up: The phenomenology of movement in early development and therapy; anxiety, depression, and trauma from a temporal point of view; the central place of form in the aesthetics of health and pathology; reflexivity–the moving I and the feeling Me–in the theory of self.

Each half-day, one of the presenters will open the topic and the other two join in to contribute to a further illumination of the theme, and arrive at an integration of our various perspectives. There also will be ample time for experiments, small group discussion, and therapy demonstrations to ground this new material in participants’ experience.


The workshop is open to experienced practitioners, supervisors, and trainers in gestalt therapy.
Number of participants limited to 75.
Language of this seminar will be English.
Groups of other languages may come with their own interpreter.

For further information: email us at
somaticstudies.com