Margherita Spagnuolo Lobb, Director of the Istituto di Gestalt HCC Italy (Milan, Siracusa, Palermo), is the first woman and the first European to receive the Lifelong Achievement Award from the Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy, and International Community (AAGT). It has been a tradition at AAGT conferences to single out one person to receive a Lifetime Achievement Award for his or her contributions over many years to the Gestalt therapy community. Ed Nevis, Ansel Woldt, Erving Polster and Bud Feder have been previous recipient of this prestigious award.
The conference will be held in Santiago de Chile, from May 29 to June 1, 2019 and the venue will be at the ICON Hotel and Convention Center. This IV International Conference is designed to present and promote Gestalt Psychotherapy Research throughout the world. Will be a beautiful meeting place with outstanding Gestalt Therapists who will visit us from different countries of the world. This IV Conference is in line with the three previous ones held in Cape Cod (USA) and Paris (2013, 2015 and 2017) sponsored by AAGT, GISC. And it is a continuation of the Rome seminar (2014) organized by EAGT.
The main panel about Gestalt therapy researches was titled Research challenges in the existential-experiential approach of Gestalt therapy.
The first seminar of the second edition of the Gestalt Supervisors Program took place in Siracuse, in a beautiful environment, full of ancient historical sites and clean waters where to swim!
International seminar with
JUNE 8-9, 2018Archeological Museum – Conference HallSiracuse – Italy
On April 13 th to 15 th, 2018 Margherita Spagnuolo Lobb met the founder of the Gestalt Institute of Amsterdam, Dick Lompa, as well as Eva Fisher, a significant representative of the Dutch Gestalt therapy community, who has always fought for human rights and social justice.
took place in Siracuse on March 14-18, 2018
Here are a few pics of the group event!
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