Isaac Pizer will share his thoughts and personal experiences in relation to an advocacy for an extension of the dialogic-gestalt notion of healing through meeting. He believes healing contact can
Isaac Pizer will share his thoughts and personal experiences in relation to an advocacy for an extension of the dialogic-gestalt notion of healing through meeting. He believes healing contact can take place from within, from the divine, and through meeting with other people; that genuine contact has a depth within whatever dimension it manifests. Isaac believes it can help free us from the restrictions of our personality structure, and connect us to deeper truths, that lay beyond the confines of what we have taken the world and ourselves to be. He will draw upon his study of the Diamond Approach with the Ridhwan School, family constellation work, and also, Jürgen Habermas’s concepts of ‘knowledge constitutive interests’.
Biography: Isaac Pizer was born in 1957. He grew up in north London within a deeply troubled Jewish family. As a consequence, he developed a quite precocious and obsessional interest in sociology. He graduated in this subject at the University of Leicester in 1978. Isaac entered therapy in 1979, which within a few months had enabled a life changing experience.
Prior to his career in psychotherapy, Isaac was a social worker for people with learning disabilities. He has been an accredited and UKCP registered psychotherapist since 2000. Isaac is a supervisor to other therapists, and trainee therapists. His initial training was in Gestalt Psychotherapy. Isaac subsequently trained in family constellation work and EMDR (He is an accredited EMDR practitioner). He has a special interest in the transgenerational and transpersonal dimensions of therapy. His website is :- www.derbypsychotherapyandcounselling.co.uk
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(Tuesday) 8:15 pm - 10:00 pm
7 Eton Avenue London NW3 3EL
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