Why I follow Gestalt Therapy Training (GTO)

I have moved this post to my new blog

http://www.hanoulle.be/2008/04/why-i-follow-gestalt-therapy-training-gto/

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13 Responses

  1. […] FP: Famous Partners Posted on April 14, 2008 by paircoaching This weekend at the end of my GTO weekend, the partners were invited for a small […]

  2. […] 5 tibetans, 5 tibetaantjes Posted on February 8, 2008 by paircoaching One of the reasons that I am following my gestalt training is to become a better listener. […]

  3. […] Source:Psychology Marc Brysbaert (The book I have to read for my GTO training) […]

  4. […] for my psychology exam Posted on May 4, 2008 by paircoaching As part of my first year of my GTO training, I have to do an exam Psychology next […]

  5. […] at this moment; (Although it exist already for centuries) Mindfullness makes me think alot about The Gestalt therapie training I am following. No it’s not the same. Both have attention to what is happening in your body.  And their […]

  6. […] passed my Psychology Exam Posted on May 8, 2008 by paircoaching As part of my Gestalt therapy training I had to do an exam Psychology […]

  7. […] de grote hit van dit moment; (al bestaat het al eeuwen) Mindfullness doet me heel hard denken aan de Gestalt therapie opleiding die ik nu volg . No het is niet het zelfde. Beiden hebben aandacht aan wat er gebeurd in ons lichaam.  Er […]

  8. […] passed my Psychology Exam Posted on May 11, 2008 by paircoaching As part of my Gestalt therapy training I had to do an exam Psychology last […]

  9. […] just back from a GTO (Gestalt Therapy Training) weekend. I don’t want to write too much detail on what happens there, as that is private to the […]

  10. […] He continues to say that most people never had more then 1 week of learning how to listen and of the people that do thay are trained as therapist etc. (It was this speech that made me want to follow my 4 year GTO course) […]

  11. […] He continues to say that most people never had more then 1 week of learning how to listen and of the people that do thay are trained as therapist etc. (It was this speech that made me want to follow my 4 year GTO course) […]

  12. […] less feedback this year, I’m not sure the perfection worked that well this year.Because of my second year of GTO training I was limited in time for this years XP Day […]

  13. […] Marc Brysbaert (The book I have to read for my GTO training) Technorati […]

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