European Association for Gestalt Therapy
Purpose: This committee manages the complaints procedure. It will submit an annual report which preserves anonymity to the Ethics Committee and the Executive Committee. This would include the nature, number, outcomes and any process issues arising from the complaints procedure.
Purpose: The responsibility of the Ethics Committee was to revise the former Code of Ethics and submit a Complaints Procedure and an Appeals Procedure for the EAGT. Currently, the Ethics Committee is involved in the support of National Organizations in their process of adapting their own Code of Ethics and Procedures
Joppie Bakker (Chair) contact address firstname.lastname@example.org
Matteo Maria Bonani
Purpose: To raise funds for several committees such as research- human rights and social responsibility committees. But also to financially support trainees and/or gestaltists from less wealthy countries to attend the EAGT conferences which are held tri-annually.
Bas Lokerse (Chair)
Marga Berends, contact address email@example.com
Purpose: To explore how Gestalt therapy can be used in the process of education at all stages of schools. There are already many pedagogues trained in Gestalt therapy who use Gestalt methodology in schools of all stages. The aim of the committee is to develop a platform where these specialists can formulate the basic principles for application of Gestalt methodology in the process of education .
Interested colleagues are warmly invited to this committee!
Committee member: - Nurith Levi, contact address firstname.lastname@example.org
Purpose: To formulate standards and assess procedures in order to come to ordinary membership of EAGT and/or a to form a new related organization.
Frans Meulmeester (Chair) contact address email@example.com
Purpose: To explore the interface between Gestalt psychotherapy and the socio-political context, with specific reference to the advancement of human rights.
Currently the Human Rights & Social Responsibility Committee is exploring a Swiss buddy project with Peace Brigades International.
Guus Klaren (acting Chair) contact address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tasks of this committee are
• Evaluate the PBI (Peace Brigades International);
• Initiate some European wide other approaches and comparing this with gestalt
• To facilitate translations of good gestalt therapy books into English.
Jan Roubal (Chair)
Jelena Želeskov Djoric
contact address of this committee is: email@example.com
Purpose: To make a protocol for the accreditation of Training Institutes. The European Training standards document for Gestalt Therapy contains some previous omissions so that Institutes know what is expected of them in order to get their accreditation. These concrete formulations can be seen as boundaries and will help us in our contact making processes. The standards are in line with the existing rules of the European Association of Psychotherapy. So when Institutes are certified, their graduates will also be eligible for the European Certificate for Psychotherapy.
Nurith Levi (acting Chair) Contact address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tasks of this working group are
- To collect information about already existing experiences in the TIs and NOGTs;
- To define professional competences of Gestalt therapists, which means: ‘what patients and public can expect from a well trained Gestalt therapist’;
- To define learning outcomes at the end of the training;
- To define intermediate outcomes as a next step due differences among institutes in the training organisations;
- To define how these outcomes can be measured with appropriate final assessments;
- To discuss with the TSC eventual changes in the training standards and make recommendations to the EC and GB in order to develop our standards.
Working Group members:
Gianni Francesetti (acting
Daan van Baalen
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