Currently, Connie works with adults, couples, and families in her private practice located at the Gestalt Institute of Pittsburgh in Squirrel Hill, PA.
Conduct Gestalt therapy awareness exercises to increase self-understanding, modulate mood, make choices, improve health, and become emotionally grounded.
Limited to 8 individuals (with familiarity of Gestalt theory) interested in going on their own self journey of learning, integrating, playing in awareness and applying new skills from a Gestalt perspective.
A time to reconnect to nature and find relief from the everyday stressors of life while experiencing a deeper connection with others and self.
Held in Forbes State Forest, Laurel Mountain Village, Laurel Highlands.
The Gestalt Institute of Pittsburgh has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 5069. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC are clearly identified.
She is a graduate of the two-year Gestalt training program and the Advance Gestalt training program. Currently, she works with adults, couples, and families in her private practice located at the Gestalt Institute of Pittsburgh in Squirrel Hill, PA. Her work experience includes addiction counseling in outpatient clinics, acute trauma work in a hospital setting, and group facilitation. She is one of the founders of Gestalt by the Sea, which is a transformational Gestalt group experience for women located in Fenwick Island, Delaware and Lauderdale by the Sea, Florida. She is also a member of the Psychological and Counseling Center Immigration valuation staff.
Connie has been a group exercise teacher since 1995 and currently teaches in the Silver Sneakers program. She has one husband, three children and two dogs. In her spare time, she likes to travel to the beach, take yoga classes, play Scrabble, shop, and socialize with friends.
Gestalt is a decisive trend in psychology history. It was born in Germany at the beginning of the 20th century. It was Christian von Ehrenfels,