[City College, Thessaloniki, Greece]. We are very different from one another because each one of us is a unique being. At the same time, we are searching out in many ways, consciously or no-consciously, for other human beings, for the Other. However, we do not all easily accept our differences. On the other hand, too many similarities are tiring. So, as beings, we are living a peculiar kind of “existential loneliness” due to our uniqueness.
Finally, who is this “Other”?
How does it happen and he always escapes us sometimes as a betrayer and some other times as a vague, unreachable idealised figure?
How is that the Other, loved or hated, is always available to our eyes but still remains without a clear shape, so strangely present through her or his absence?
[At the digital platform of The Training Institute in Gestalt therapy “SINERGIJA” – North Macedonia.] The workshop is addressed to the students of the Institute AS WELL AS TO ANYONE, student or professional in psychotherapy or just interested to the topic.
… What was and what became “psychotherapy” in our days of marketing and consumerism? What are the limits of psychotherapy? Is there any meaning in the so numerous modalities of practicing psychotherapy? Why there is so much useless “noise” about this concept in social media and pop-psychology? These and several other “hot” issues make up the content of this webinar.