Gestalt therapeutic work has been shown to be effective in treating a wide range of issues such as anxiety, stress, addiction, tension and depression, whether as a long-term therapy or via a number of sessions. At times of personal difficulty, Gestalt offers people a safe, supportive space to explore difficult feelings, to understand the underlying patterns in personal relationships and to begin making practical changes.

Gestalt is also a highly effective and empowering change process for working with individuals, couples, groups, teams and organisations. Beyond the therapy room, the Gestalt approach is increasingly being used by people whose work relies on relationship building, particularly those in education, health and social care. It’s also used by people-focused professionals in areas such as HR, Organisational Development, coaching and training where it can be a powerful way to effect change in individuals, in teams and across organisations.