Theory and Supervision

Upcoming:

with Ruella Frank, Ph.D.

In each of the four classes, Ruella will demonstrate therapy with a member of the group to illustrate one or more of the fundamental concepts of relational somatic practice within a Gestalt theoretical frame. Discussion and supervision will follow: practice into theory into practice.

Dates:
October 13th, November 17th, December 8th, 2017, and January 12th, 2018

Days & Times:
Fridays 4:00 – 5:30 p.m.

Location:
124 West 93rd Street, #2C. (between Amsterdam & Columbus Aves.)

Fee:
$270 for the 4 group sessions

Check can be made out to Ruella Frank and mailed to:

Ruella Frank
124 W. 93rd St. #2C
New York, NY 10025

For further information and to REGISTER: ruellafrank@gmail.com


Past:

with Ruella Frank, Ph.D.

In this four session series, we will analyze the micro-movements that emerge within the relational field and that are significant to the organizing of meaning. Participants will explore their patients’ postural, gestural and breathing styles, as well as heighten awareness of their own movement patterns. Diagnosis of the unfolding therapy encounter will be explored through movement.

Dates:
March 4th, April 1st, May 6th, and June 3, 2016

Days & Times:
Fridays 4:00 – 5:30 p.m.

Location:
124 West 93rd Street, #2C. (between Amsterdam & Columbus Aves.)

Fee:
$255 for the 4 group sessions

Further information and to register: 212-662-3322
Check can be made out to Ruella Frank and mailed to:

Ruella Frank
124 W. 93rd St. #2C
New York, NY 10025


with Ruella Frank, Ph.D. and Michael Vincent Miller, Ph.D.

We will be teaching Gestalt therapy, moving from its foundational principles toward a modern phenomenological and embodied perspective. Each hour and a half session will focus on a particular facet of Gestalt theory and then will take up its practical application through participants presenting their cases for group discussion.

Dates:
November 6th, December 4th, 2015, January 8th, February 5th, 2016

Days & Times:
Fridays 4:00 – 5:30 p.m.

Michael Vincent Miller, Ph.D., has practiced and taught Gestalt therapy for thirty-eight years, currently in New York City. His own training was chiefly with Fritz Perls, Isadore From, and the Polsters. After ten years of teaching at Stanford University and M.I.T., he co-founded the Boston Gestalt Institute. He has also trained psychotherapists in Gestalt therapy in a dozen countries. Besides contributing articles to many journals and magazines, he has written four books: Intimate Terrorism: The Crisis of love in an Age of Disillusion (1996), which has been published in eight languages; La Poetique de la Gestalt-therapie (2002), which was published in France; Teaching a Paranoid to Flirt (2011), a collection of his writings over thirty years on Gestalt therapy; and A Gestalt Therapy Testament (2014), published in English and Italian in Milan.