Body and relationship-oriented three-part workshop series for professional work with sexuality, love and relationship with Mag. Dr. Ingeborg Netzer, MSc and Martin Geiger, MSc (download flyer as pdf 600 kb) - Sensuality and sexuality in their various forms are essential areas of human existence. Sexual health is based on lust and play and the ability to develop further. Unfortunately, the subject of sexuality is all too often pushed into the (tabooed) background in psychotherapies.
In this workshop series, therapeutic work with sexual issues in single and couple settings is taught and practiced through self-awareness, theoretical reflection and the exploration of methodological approaches.
The basis for this is, among other things, the Gestalt therapeutic approach "Emotional Relational Sextherapy" (ERST) by the renowned American pioneer Stella Resnick, which does justice to the latest sexual therapeutic, bonding theory and neurobiological findings.
Workshop 1: Early Roots of Closeness, Love and Desire: How we have learned to love (20EH)
Attachment patterns and sensual experiences in childhood and adolescence as the basis of adult sexuality and relationship shaping competence; therapeutic work with Resnick's method of the "Family Closeness Profile".
Workshop 2: Sexuality as a body topic: work with breathing and physical awareness (20EH)
Resource-oriented body process work for therapeutic work with sexual difficulties especially due to shame and trauma; breathing techniques for stress regulation; ways to greater authenticity and enjoyment in the
Workshop 3: Sexuality as a relationship topic: Work in couple and single settings (20EH)
"Lust heals": Sexual difficulties in the context of couple dynamics; Embodied Relational Sextherapy (ERST): Stella Resnick's model for therapeutic work with couples; ethical and life course issues.
Mag. Dr. Ingeborg Netzer, MSc: Psychotherapist, coach and supervisor; Trainer for Integrative Gestalt Therapy/ÖAGG, further training in Gestalt Therapeutic Couples and Sexual Therapy with Stella Resnick in Los Angeles;
Developmental Somatic Psychotherapy with Ruella Frank in New York and Gestalt Therapeutic Body Process Work with James Kepner (Cleveland/Ohio)
Martin Geiger, MSc: psychodrama therapist, music therapist, supervisor and experienced couple and sex therapist, relevant further training: Psychodrama Couples and Sexual Therapy/ÖAGG FS Psychodrama; body-oriented psychotherapy (AABP ); trauma therapy (trauma focus)
Dates: 6-8 November 2020, 12-14 February 2021, 26-28 March 2021
Location: Vienna, Therapiezentrum Hyrtlgasse, Hyrtlgasse12/1; 1160 Vienna, Arrival + Route planning
Target group: Psychotherapists and psychotherapists in general
Group size: maximum 14 participants
Costs: psychotherapists with ÖAGG membership € 1680/without: € 1920, psychotherapists in general
with ÖAGG-membership € 1440/ without € 1680
Since all three workshops build on each other, they can only be booked together. The certification as further education for psychotherapists by the ÖBVP will be submitted.
Organizer: ÖAGG Section Integrative Gestalt Therapy
Management: Mag. Dr. Ingeborg Netzer, MSc, Martin Geiger, MSc
Registration: in the secretariat of the section with Mrs. Draczynski: email@example.com / Tel. 01/7184860 (limited number of participants: max.14)
Welcome to koerperorientiert.at!
Koerperorientiert means bodyoriented or body centred approach. This web-based project is dedicated to the body in psychotherapy and aims to deepen it on a cross-method basis.
The present project explores the topic of the body in psychotherapy with its many different access possibilities. The specialist orientation is not important. In Austria, some procedures are not legally recognised, but in other European countries/English speaking countries they are already legally recognised.