Free Gestalt Virtual Q&A!


December 28, 2021, 6:30-8:30PM


Come meet our staff with any questions you have about Gestalt therapy and use.

The word Gestalt is not well understood by professionals in the field who have only gotten a small taste of it in graduate school and know little about it's use. Some can't even define it. That's why we're making this educational offering to the community.

We define Gestalt therapy as… a lively and holistic experiential approach to healing and personal growth that emphasizes the development of awareness — emotional, physical, intellectual and spiritual, and the capacity to make healthy contact with one’s self, others, and the environment.- Ron Gladis

Please join us and meet our staff who will answer any questions you have either as a professional in the field or as a client seeking personal growth. Some questions you may ask are:

  • How does Gestalt differ from other modalities?
  • What is the "empty chair" technique and how can I use it?
  • How is Gestalt "body oriented."
  • Is Gestalt still used in the style of Fritz Perls?

Register at 610-251-0945 or email us at

DORI MIDDLEMAN, MD, co-leads workshops and training at the Center and is Founder and Director of the Center for a Healthy world, a volunteer-driven psychotherapy and training cooperative. Dori is a board- certified psychiatrist in private practice seeing children, adults and families.

MARK PUTNAM, MD, is Medical Director for the Department of Psychiatry at St. Joseph Medical Center, and for the Berkshire Pavilion Haven Behavioral Hospital of Eastern PA in Reading, PA. Mark is a board- certified child and adult psychiatrist in private practice seeing children, adolescents, and adults in his practice, Berkshire Psychiatric Associates and Behavioral Health Services.

CEUs: This program has been approved by the Pennsylvania State Board of Social Workers, Marriage and Family Therapists and Professional Counselors  for 2.5 contact hours of continuing education toward licensure renewal. 


December 28, 2021
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

To Register please email us at
or call the office at
610-251-0945. We'll then send you a virtual link to the program.