Gestalt Experiential Workshop

Gestalt Experiential Workshop

(23rd – 24th September, 2023)

The Gestalt experiential workshop is based on the concept that childhood traumas can be healed and cured through corrective experiences

The aim of Gestalt Therapy is to help the client to “complete” “unfinished business” from the past

When a person carries a childhood trauma within. The trauma is being manifested in the present and creates emotional blockages that contaminate the present and do not give permission to live life in its potential with happiness and abundance.


The host Zorba the Buddha abounds with tranquil gardens, reflective ponds with ducks and peacocks in a lush green setting.

Zorba the Buddha is one of the largest open-faith spiritual centres in the world that has held more than 400 events per year

Prepare to be amazed by the enchanting setting of Zorba the Buddha.


In this experiential workshop the trainer works individually with every participant on his/her own unresolved issues in her/his life and helps the participants through Gestalt Techniques like: The empty chair techniques, Parts Talks, Exaggeration and guided imagery are used to remove these blockages and give permission to joy and happiness to enter the person’s life.



Increased self-awareness: Explore thoughts, feelings, behaviors for deeper understanding of oneself and behavioral patterns.

Emotional healing: Process and release emotions, past traumas through experiential techniques and guided exercises.

Improved communication: Role playing, exercises enhance clear, effective communication for better personal and professional interactions.

Enhanced problem-solving: Explore perspectives, gain insights for improved skills in creative problem solving.


Who can Benefit the most?

This workshop & training is aimed for counselors, educators, coaches, social workers, psychologists or anyone who is interested in their personal growth wants to enrich their working tools with the Gestalt approach.

Gestalt Training Level 1

(25th – 29th September, 2023)

Gestalt therapy is an approach to psychotherapy that helps clients focus on the present to understand what is actually happening in their lives at this moment, and how it makes them feel in the moment, rather than what they may assume to be happening based on past experience. Along with person-centered and existential therapy, it is one of the primary forms of humanistic therapy.

The term “gestalt” is derived from a German word that means “whole” or “put together.” Gestalt therapy was developed in the 1940s and 1950s by Fritz Perls, a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, and his then-wife, psychotherapist Laura Perls, as an alternative to traditional, verbally-focused psychoanalysis. Their foundational premise is that people are best thought of as a whole entity consisting of body, mind, and emotions, and best understood when viewed through their own eyes.

The gestalt philosophy rejects the notion that any one particular trait, episode, or indeed a diagnosis could define a person. Instead, their total self must be explored, discovered, and confronted. As they encounter and gain awareness of other parts of themselves, individuals can take greater responsibility for themselves and hopefully gain a greater sense of what they can do for themselves and others.

Instead of simply talking, clients in gestalt therapy are often encouraged to engage in intellectual and physical experiences that can include role-playing, re-enactment, or artistic exercises like drawing and painting. In this way, clients can learn to become more aware of their thoughts and actions, of how negative thought patterns and behaviors may be blocking their self-awareness and making them unhappy, and how to change them. .

Gestalt therapy can help clients with issues such as anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, relationship difficulties, and even some physical concerns such as migraines, ulcerative colitis, and back spasms. People who are interested in working on their self-awareness but may not understand the role they play in their own unhappiness and discomfort could be good candidates for gestalt therapy.


Gestalt techniques are sometimes used in combination with dance, art, drama, body work, and other therapies.

The duration of the training is 5 consecutive days.


Each day contains 4 segments within:

1)         Group process – sharing process is done in a group setting.

2)         Individual work with the trainer – an opportunity to watch how individual work in Gestalt methods is done and analyzed by the trainer

3)         Theory – in this segment participants will learn about the Gestalt concepts  like figure-ground formation, polarities creating experiments and closure

4)         Practice– in this segment participant practice working un Gestalt Method with themselves and receive feedback by the trainer implementing whatever is learned in the theory segment

At the end of the training participants will receive a certificate of completion:  Gestalt Methods level -1 from Gestalt & Creative Arts for Human Growth & Development, Israel and Zorba The Buddha, India



 Mind-body connection: Experiential exercises foster awareness of bodily sensations, and understanding responses to situations for holistic well-being.

About Dr Yaron Ziv

Dr. Yaron Ziv is the Founder of MAOF Therapy at The Israeli Centre for Gestalt and Creative Arts for Human Growth and Development and a lecturer at various universities.

Ziv is passionate about transforming the consciousness of this planet by training people to become great facilitators.

Dr. Ziv is a senior psychotherapist, who specializes in parental skills, family life, couple Psychology from Christopher the Philosopher University, a degree in Clinical Social work, MSW, from Yeshiva University, Organizational Consultancy in Organizational Behavior, M.Sc, from Polytechnic University and an L.L.M from Bar-Ilan University.

He is also a Biodanza facilitator, a mediator and an AUM Meditation Leader and has facilitated workshops all over the world.

Program schedule:


Gestalt Experiential workshop (2 Days)

Date: 23,Sat – 24,Sun September 2023

Time: 9:30 am to 5:00 pm


Gestalt Training (5 Days)

Date: 25,Mon – 29,Sat September 2023

Time: 9:30 am to 5:00 pm



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Ghitorni, M. G. Road

New Delhi – 110030



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