Bring GTIP to Your Organization

Our faculty are passionate about community. What better way to learn about Gestalt Therapy Theory than to have folks who teach it and practice it all day, every day, come to you?

Whether it’s a private therapy practice, a law firm, or a community based organization, our faculty can come to you to present multiple aspects of Gestalt Therapy Theory, and how it can be applied to create a greater sense of connection, leadership, community and self knowledge. By offering experiential learning opportunities, our trainers can help your employees have a greater sense of presence, awareness about what they bring to their jobs — such as where they might want to expand and show up differently at work — and what is needed to enhance communication and a sense of trust.  

Classroom Lectures: We teach graduate and undergraduate courses as guest lecturers. Frequently requested topics include Gestalt Therapy Theory for Psychologists and Social Workers and Ethical Dilemmas in Clinical or Legal Practice. Recently, our online availability has made it possible to offer assistance in distance learning environments.

We have presented introductory lectures and demonstrations about Gestalt Therapy Theory to various educational institutions and service organizations, such as: 

  • Magee Rehabilitation Hospital 
  • MTR Therapy  
  • Temple University School of Social Work
  • New York University School of Social Work
  • University of Pennsylvania Schools of Nursing and Social Work
  • La Salle University School of Psychology and Professional Counselors Program
  • Widener University School of Social Work and PsyD Department
  • Commonwealth of PA, Department of Health
  • Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia
  • Rutgers University School of Social Work
  • Immaculata University
  • Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine
  • Chestnut Hill College, Psychology Department

We are developing programs that would be of interest to:

  • Law Firms (CLE programs): 
    • Gestalt Therapy Theory in the Courtroom
    • Dealing with Interpersonal Conflict
    • Understanding and supporting client resistance
    • Keeping relationship systems distinct: strategic at work, intimate with family 
    • Self care initiatives to prevent exhaustion and addictive behaviors
  • High school teachers 
    • Increasing connection in your classroom 
    • Unlocking creativity in the classroom
    • Develop support groups for vulnerable populations 
  • Medical professionals
    • Understanding addiction
    • Being present to the here and now: supporting patients with complex medical diagnoses
    • Trauma 
    • Somatic manifestations of emotion
  • Coaches (offering CEs through ICF)
    • Supporting clients in finding their passion
    • Beyond tools and techniques: going deeper with Gestalt coaching
  • Funeral homes
    • Gestalt perspectives on grief
    • Helping clients create meaning after loss

To request an organization-based training, please email