Integrative gestalt therapy is a phenomenological process. It assumes that human beings are an inseparable whole consisting of physical, spiritual and mental aspects, insolubly joined with their ecological and social environment. Alongside phenomenology and hermeneutics, gestalt theory, field theory and relational-theoretical approaches (Buber, Marcel) are conceptually significant to integrative gestalt therapy (IG). IG is perception-oriented and experience-activating and attempts to foster insight and the experience of meaning regarding holistic evidence knowledge. The ÖAGG’s professional section "Integrative Gestalt Therapy" has been accredited since September 2008 by the EAGT (european association of gestalt-therapy) as a professional training institute.
We kindly ask applicants interested in attending the university course “Psychotherapy” to qualify as psychotherapists in accordance with the Psychotherapy Law, BGBl, No. 361/1990 (ÖAGG, professional section Integrative Gestalt Therapy), therefore to contact the supporting education provider cooperating with Danube University Krems to complete the enrolment procedure.
This course is taught in German, therefore an excellent level of the German is required.
Please visit our German homepage for more detailed information.