A model of psychotherapy that is counter to many of the prevailing models being taught today, the practice of contemporary gestalt therapy often results in resolution of symptoms with patients feeling seen, met and known.

Contemporary Gestalt Therapy is grounded in the present moment emergent experience, a co-created relational perspective between therapist, patient and their cultures, and a creative experimental attitude toward the therapeutic process.

We will offer a sampling of how gestalt therapists work and share some concepts and theory along the way. With a focus on present experience, relational awareness, and cultural context and an emphasis on the interdependence of the body and the mind, participants will be introduced to some of the fundamental principles of Gestalt Therapy.

This workshop is for students, trainees, beginner psychotherapists and those who are established in their career.

Saturday, March 24th, 2018 10am to 5pm
Location: Tabor Space – 5441 SE Belmont St. Portland, OR 97215
Fee: $150

All proceeds will be donated to the Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy Scholarship Fund

Adam Kincel is a psychotherapist and supervisor based in London, England. Adam completed MA in Gestalt Therapy and a PGDip in psychodynamic theories. He regularly teaches around Europe in London, Krakow, Tbilisi and Sofia. Between 2012 and 2016 Adam was a board member of AAGT. He is particularly interested in therapeutic work through body, diversity, large groups and relational therapy.

Brad Larsen Sanchez is a psychologist and gestalt therapist in Portland, OR. Brad owns and manages Portland Mental Health & Wellness. He trains and supervises doctoral students and postdoctoral residents in gestalt therapy. Brad pursues ongoing training with the Gestalt Therapy Training Center – Northwest and has been a board member of AAGT since 2013.