Bob Resnick New Contemporary Gestalt Therapy Films
'Under the radar" for almost fifty years, Dr. Robert Resnick will personally screen a new 30 minute long introduction of one view of Contemporary Gestalt Therapy (in English with English subtitles) based on field theory, phenomenology and dialogue. Grounded in existentialism, process and awareness he articulates both the developmental and therapeutic models of the Gestalt Therapy approach. This was first seen at AAGT's Puebla, Mexico conference in May, 2012 with Spanish subtitles.
The introduction will be followed with two actual therapy sessions with Bob from GATLA'S Annual European Summer Residential Gestalt Therapy Training Programs - a program approaching it's 42nd year in July 2013. These therapy sessions are unedited with nothing added or cut and no scripts or actors involved. This is a real therapist working with real people dealing with real issues and in real time.
These films will soon be available with subtitles in eleven languages.
Comments, questions and discussion will be encouraged comparing this model to other Gestalt models as will as other theoretical orientations shared similarities and differences that define. Importantly, bring your willingness to perceptually reorganize - and your sense of humor.
Robert W. Resnick, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist, Gestalt and Couples Therapy Trainer for almost 50 years was trained (1965-1970), and personally certified (1969) by Fritz Perls and James Simkin. Chosen by Perls to introduce Gestalt Therapy to Europe (1969) he is an international Gestalt Therapy and Couples Therapy trainer and has been doing European training every year since 1969. Back in the day, he published Chicken Soup Is Poison (1967), Gestalt Therapy: Principles, Prisms and Perspectives (1995), The "Recursive Loop"of Shame (1997) and in 2012, "Ten Commandments For Maintaining Connection For Couples" in Ten Commandments for Couples: For Every Aspect of Your Relationship Journey - Zeig, J. and Kulbatski, Tami. He is currently developing a series of contemporary Gestalt Therapy and Couples Therapy training films with subtitles in eleven languages. His first clinical practicum was driving a New York taxicab.
* You may also see Bob and Rita Resnick discussing their model of coupling and Couples Therapy in a new and spontaneous 39 minute Skype interview (in English), available for free viewing on GATLA's website at: www.gatla.org
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