People come to Gestalt Psychotherapy to seek help and support to work through traumatic experiences, depression, anxiety, phobias, grief, LGBT related issues, addiction. Julien provides support in a safe space where his clients can explore their presenting issues in a collaborative therapeutic relationship.
Julien is a co-facilitator on the Gestalt institute of Ireland’ Personal Development program: https://bit.ly/2vovdpM
Julien is an accredited member of the Irish Association of Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapy (MIAHIP) .
About Gestalt Therapy
Gestalt Therapy is a body oriented psychotherapy. It is relational, humanistic and client centered. ‘Gestalt’ is a German word which means ‘a Whole’ or ‘a completion that is greater than the sum of it’s parts’.
Gestalt Therapy’s objective is to support the client in his/her quest to become more fully and creatively alive, to become free from the blocks and unfinished business which diminish excitement, satisfaction, fulfilment and growth. The client learns to become aware of what he or she is doing, to bring forth their ability to make changes, and to experiment with new ways of being.
Gestalt Therapy focuses on process (what is actually happening) as well as on content (what is being talked about). The emphasis is on what is being done, thought, and felt at the present moment in the here and now, rather than on what was, might have been and should have been in the past, in the then and there.
Gestalt Therapy is experimental and experiential in its approach. It relies on the awareness of what constitutes contact and how contact becomes modified – within the individual, in relationship between the individual and an another, and with the environment.