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Dia utilizes mindfulness techniques, Gestalt principles, family systems, trauma and attachment theory. The author underlines the tireless quest for the truth and the outright rejection of any sign of falsity which ran through and characterised the life and work of Fritz Perls. Dia meets clients where they are, with the knowledge that growth can only happen when we touch into the wisdom of the present moment.
Through mindfulness-based practices Melissa reassures the cultivation of authenticity and presence. Using various modalities like Jungian psychology, person-centered therapy, Gestalt -parts work, and more, together we explore the deeper parts of being you.
In the therapy room all is held with compassion, curiosity and appreciation. By utilizing a client-centered approach, he works to create a safe, therapeutic space where one can give voice to the inner workings of their heart. Dia trusts that each person already contains everything they need to thrive.
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This may mean providing a compassionate mirror to those things that are holding a client back in their life. Annie comes to Boulder Emotional Wellness with a passion for counseling. Gestalt, Therapy of Autenticity Here is a book that is essential reading for anyone wishing to probe deeply into the personality and the writings of the creator of Gestalt Therapy, Dr.
Todd trusts in the innate wisdom that each of us holds and, to that end, will always work to honor the goals set forth by the client. An avid lover of all things wilderness, she weaves the power of nature into sessions as well.
Through her integrative approach, she guides her clients to recognize and draw upon their own wisdom as they navigate their journey to knowing and embodying their most authentic selves. For years now his vocation for humanistic and transpersonal psychology, gelled into practising as a gestalt therapist and as a trainer of gestalt specialists.
Annie is thrilled to be working at Boulder Emotional Wellness with an incredible team! After nine years of being on her own path of healing, growth, and self-exploration, she realized that therapy is a significant factor in each person living their most full, actualized selves.
Dia NicholsonNaropa Transpersonal, MA expectedIntern Therapist Dia meets clients where they are, with the knowledge that growth can only happen when we touch into the wisdom of the present moment. It may also mean moving into and attending to healing old wounds. Dia brings two decades of contemplative practice and mindful parenting to her experience as a counselor. Through a warm and safe relationship with her clients, she simply assists with this process.
Michele brings a trauma-informed approach which incorporates Gestalt, parts work, PACT couples-therapy and body-centered awareness. He will not only encourage gently touching the difficulties one has encountered but also celebrating and growing autetnicidad inherent brilliance and resilience one possesses. Michele HartNaropa Transpersonal, MA expectedIntern Therapist Michele believes that our most difficult life experiences offer the tremendous opportunity for our deepest transformations.
He feels that his role as a counselor is to guide others in discovering the clarity and wisdom within their pain and confusion. Annie works with both couples and individuals.
His approach incorporates working in the moment with what is present and draws from techniques of mindfulness, Gestalt,psychodrama and other expressive modalities. Pedro de Casso graduated in law, philosophy, theology and psychology. Melissa has understanding in the struggles of marginally oppressed persons, anxiety disorders, and addiction. Friedrich or Frederick Fritz Perls. Annie brings her background and training in non-violent communication, gestalt therapy, trauma-informed therapy, social justice, attachment work, and authentic relating skills into her practice.
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She has also completed four years of training in the Hakomi method, a mindfulness based, somatic psychotherapy. Here is a book that is essential reading for anyone wishing to probe deeply into the personality and the writings of the creator of Gestalt Therapy, Dr. Michele believes that our most difficult life experiences offer the tremendous opportunity for our deepest transformations. Some of the issues she works with include: Zachary feels everyone has an indelible connection to their innate goodness, clarity, and wisdom and that sometimes we can lose sight of this connection when facing difficult times and circumstances.
But not forgetting, as the author warns us, that the map is not the territory, and that no amount or kind of reading can replace the transforming experience of a personal process within a therapeutic relationship. Gestalt, terapia de autenticidad About the book: If you want more information about publishing rights for this book, please contact Anna Ayesta.
She honors the transformative process, holding space with patience and a compassionate understanding, knowing each journey unfolds in its own way. Melissa welcomes the entirety of what it means to be human, honoring all aspects of ourselves is central for transformative healing.
Annie works to approach each client with a balance between empathy, safety, and connection, alongside the capacity and willingness to be with her clients in the more challenging content of their lives.
While profoundly painful, overwhelming and disorienting, she believes that these experiences are often the catalyst for discovering our own innate power and purpose in life. Zachary brings to sessions multicultural humility, mindfulness techniques, ACT, and his experience working with adults and adolescents dealing with anger, addiction, and homelessness.
Even so, Perls himself never tired of explaining again and again the bases and determining features of his way of working. Apart from clearing up theoretical misunderstandings which have tended to create a schism in the world of gestalt therapy into two parts, including that relating to the concept of self, it is now possible to understand why from its inception Gestalt Therapy became the therapeutic praxis characteristic of humanist and transpersonal psychology.
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This task, unattempted until now, portrays the evolution of the figure of Perls with the maximum profiles of reality, at the same time as making clear the profound coherence in the foundations and practice of his therapy, and the close link between this and his life.