The Seminar Day led by Jan Roubal will explore the concept of Case Formulation and show possibilities for its application within Gestalt therapy methodology. Participants will have an opportunity to practice skills which are needed for developing Case Formulation in GT and to engage in a discussion on embodied, phenomenological and intuitive ways of applying it. Can we use Case Formulation for connecting our practice with theory in a way that supports and fosters our connection with clients moment to moment?
In addition to a healthy and tasty organic gluten-free lunch participants are invited to support the British Gestalt Journal by baking gluten free cakes to share with the community. Savoury food will be provided by Dora Johnston from the Home Grown Catering Company.
5.5 Continuous Professional Development hours will be offered to all attendees.
Jan Roubal is Assistant Professor of Psychotherapy at Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic, where he also participates in the work of the Center for Psychotherapy Research. He works in a private practice as a psychotherapist and psychiatrist. He founded and leads the Training in Psychotherapy Integration and the training Gestalt Studia in Czech Republic. He works as a psychotherapy trainer and a supervisor internationally. He chairs the Research Committee of the European Association for Gestalt Therapy and publishes texts mostly on psychotherapy in clinical practice and co-edited the books 'Current Psychotherapy'; 'Gestalt Therapy in Clinical Practice'; 'From Psychopathology to the Aesthetics of Contact' and 'Towards a Research Tradition in Gestalt Therapy'.
Organiser: Adam Kincel - firstname.lastname@example.org