Calendar: 2018


Free Contemporary Gestalt Demonstrations 
CEUs Available

Monday Evening, November 5: 6:30PM through 9:00PM

Location: Center for Families, Bryn Mawr, PA

If you have an intense interest in personal or professional growth, these evening demonstrations is are excellent way for you to experience some basic Gestalt awareness concepts.  more

Arrive Already Loved

November 16 - 18
Temenos Retreat Center, West Chester, PA

Your relationship with yourself is the heart of all emotional health and aliveness and the bedrock upon which all other relationships rest. That means the inner life that takes place in your body is a loving, compassionate, forgiving and enjoyable place to be. It is a home where you turn to receive your own solace, support, and unconditional acceptance.more


Gestalt Training Program

Begins January 04 - 06, 2019

Give Us Six Months, and We'll Give You Change! Develop enhanced competencies in self-awareness and confidence, personal presence and the ability to impact others, and increase your capacity to act with clarity and purpose. more

Intimate Connections

January 25 - 27, 2019

Would you like to create positive change in your relationships with family, friends, lovers, and partners? Join us in this workshop and increase your Partnerability! This workshop is for individuals or couples. more


Not For The Feint Of Heart Workshop

March 23-25
Temenos Retreat Center, West Chester, PA

If you’re “feint of heart,” you avoid confronting the emotional injuries or habits that prevent you from enjoying life to the fullest. You feint this way and that, preserving the status quo instead of moving past obstacles. This workshop is for people who have a passionate commitment to creating healthy relationships within healthy lives. more


“Our Center believes that knowledge of how to mend emotional damage should not just be reserved to professionals but must also become disseminated into the general population. It takes healthy people with this know-how to create and maintain productive and harmonious relationships in their families, their community and the world.”
—Mariah Fenton Gladis