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Certificate in Advanced Professional Practice Gestalt Group Dynamics - Module 5

Date: 13 Sep 2018 - 14 Sep 2018

Singapore

Module 5: Finishing the unfinished business

Self and peer creditation with award from Relational Change

Gestalt is a holistic approach to working with individuals and groups and is firmly rooted in humanistic psychology and process facilitation. It emphasises the idea of working in the ‘here and now’ in groups rather than delving into the past or imagining what the future might be like. Gestalt focuses on learning from understanding how we construct and make sense of the systems, groups and individuals with whom we live and work.

The programme will be organised around a process of gestalt inquiry so you can develop the skills of reflective practice and are able to research your practice. The experience and skills on inquiry will enable you to build you capability to work in highly ambiguous and uncertain environments and increase your professional and personal confidence.

Gestalt group dynamics in action is about developing insight through inquiring about what is happening in ourselves and others, being more aware of how we impact others in groups and how groups influence and affect us as professional practitioners.

Venue: Lime House

Website: Go to event website

Contact: Email Organizer

Brochure: Download

Fees:
Early Bird Pricing* Registration by the end of June 2017 at SGD $10,525.00.

Registration after July to mid-August, 2017 at SGD $12.225.00.

Language: English

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*Psychology Matters Asia is not the organizer of the posted event. If you have any enquires, please direct them to the contact in the information.

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