I didn’t realize it at the time, but the first year of the institute was life-changing for me. I have worked with Norman Shub in a variety of settings, for several different purposes, but I never had an understanding of the depth of complexity of the process he and his team work through until I experienced the Institute. As an aspiring leadership counselor, I now have a framework within which to work. I didn’t have that before. My journey of learning in this area has just begun but I could not be more happy that I “stumbled in” to this process.



Gestalt Associates offers a variety of workshops and classes for psychotherapy professionals.

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Difficult Scenarios in Couples Therapy

Examine seven common situations that psychotherapists encounter and, through hands-on learning, understand how to bring clients toward resolution.

Heart of the Matter: Effective Couples Treatment

Learn from Gestalt Associates Clinical Director Norman Shub how to practice a model of effective couples treatment respected by clinicians worldwide.

Position-Oriented Family Therapy

This approach to family therapy provides professionals with the chance to learn, explore and integrate a comprehensive approach to family therapy through a treatment that has been developed by Norman Shub at the Gestalt Institute of Central Ohio during the last 35 years.

Intro to Modern Gestalt Therapy

An introduction for mental health professionals, students and others to the modern Gestalt process, which emphasizes safety, sensitivity and client respect.

Intro to Evidence-Based Therapy

Explore research, data and meta-analysis demonstrating the No. 1 road to recovery — a positive relationship between the client and the clinician.

Group Experience

Participants learn the process and methodology of ongoing group psychotherapy through teaching and taking part. Participants are encouraged to bring their own experiences to the group to observe the developing needs of the group and the skills of the group therapist in real time.


Being in Charge of Your Caseload

Being in Charge of Your Caseload


Practitioners looking to develop intellectual honesty, self-scrutiny and self-monitoring at the highest level in their psychotherapeutic practices are encouraged to use this guide. “Being in Charge of Your Caseload” has proven to create self-supervision and an intellectual accountability process.

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