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*CLOSED* An Introduction to Gestalt Psychotherapy (In-Person)

Lidia Ramirez

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Being a psychology of humanism and eclecticism, Gestalt psychotherapy has had an interesting evolution that has given it unique psychological, philosophical, and methodological bases. The objective of Gestalt is to bring the individual to a state of consciousness - through techniques and methodologies to strengthen one's sense of self, express the true nature of the individual, and develop self-support - that clears their pending issues. We'll explore how a holistic understanding of the individual, the 'here and now' of phenomenology, and the idea of a continuum of consciousness are used in this unique psychotherapeutic practice, and how these concepts relate Gestalt to the pillars of Buddhism and existentialism.

This program will be offered both in-person and via livestreaming. You are registering for the in-person module. Please click here to register for the livestreaming module.

In-person attendees are required to wear a mask at all times, observe physical distancing guidelines, and to sign a waiver (which will be sent to you before the class begins).

About the instructor

Lidia Ramirez

Lidia Ramirez holds a master’s degree in Gestalt Psychotherapy and an extensive and eclectic list of trainings and courses in diverse topics such as psychology, Jungian studies, religion, enneagram, Buddhism, resilience, and grief. She has a bachelors in geophysics engineering, and is currently pursuing an MBA. She is a Kundalini Yoga and meditation practitioner with a small psychotherapy private practice.

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Date & time


December 2, 2021
05:00 PM

1.5 h

Number of sessions

Continuing Education Units

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  • December 2, 2021 23:00 An Introduction to Gestalt Psychotherapy (In-Person) - Day 1



$15.00 USD


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