Margherita Spagnuolo Lobb has been key note speaker and has delivered a workshop at the Conference organized by the Serbian Association for Gestalt Therapy, in Belgrade
This is the second conference that the Serbian Association organizes, and it has been from September 16 to 18, 2017. Margherita Spagnuolo Lobb has presented a key note speech at the beginning of the second conference day (Sunday September 17th) titled: Gestalt Therapy in Postmodern Society: From the Need of Aggression to the Need of Rootedness
The main references for her speech being the articles recently published:
Spagnuolo Lobb M. (2016). Psychotherapy in Post Modern Society. Gestalt Today Malta, Vol. 1. N.1, Nov. 2016, pp. 97-113. ISSN 2519-0547
Spagnuolo Lobb M. (2013). From the need for aggression to the need for rootedness: a Gestalt postmodern clinical and social perspective on conflict. British Gestalt Journal, vol. 22, No. 2, 32-39.
She has outlined the clinical needs of present society and suggested appropriate developments in Gestalt therapy practise.
She has also offered a fully booked workshop titled: From Losses of Ego-functions to the “Dance Steps” Between a Therapist and a Client
Participans have experimented – with interest and fun – the new clinical instrument of the “dance steps”, which is useful both for phenomenological and aesthetic observation of therapist and client interaction, and for supervision.
The conference was attended by 550 psychotherapists and students, coming from countries of ex-Juogoslavia e from Malta.
It has been a good occasion for some trainers to meet after many years, like in this picture with Jean Marie Robine, Bertram Mueller, Michael Vincent Miller and Margherita Spagnuolo Lobb
We wish Lidjia Pecotic, tireless and generous soul of this event, to continue to support Gestalt therapy in the Balcans and in Malta.