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Norman Shub

Clinical Director

Gestalt Associates Inc

HQ Phone:  (614) 751-5393

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Gestalt Associates Inc

100 Outerbelt Street

Columbus, Ohio,43213

United States

Company Description

Since 1974, Gestalt Associates has been helping people heal and grow. We've created an atmosphere of safety and respect where you can look honestly at yourself and your life situation, free from judgment or pressure from others. Life is full of transitions a... more

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Mealtime Movement: Air your dirty laundry | Smuckers

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Norman Shub, Clinical Director, Gestalt Associates
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This Thursday - Come Hear Dr Norman Shub Talk about Children and Self Esteem - No Cost

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All are welcome to Our Columbus Montessori Education Center Parent Education Night on January 12, 2012 which will feature nationally known Norman Shub from the Gestalt Institute of Central Ohio where he is the Director of Training.


Wellington School | How to Avoid Power Struggles with Your Teenagers

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We invite you to join us on Thursday, September 29 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. for "How to Avoid Power Struggles with Your Teenagers" with Norman Shub, BCD, LISW, LPCC, Clinical Director of the Gestalt Institute.
This event is open to the public and offered at no charge. Please RSVP to events@wellington.org. For decades, Norm Shub has provided expert advice and counseling to parents on raising children. Dynamic, engaging, and memorable, Shub offers meaningful experiences in a safe and open environment on topics related to parenting, including: Norman Shub is an author, teacher, and psychotherapist who is a leader in the guiding of individuals, couples, families and communities toward solutions. His clear and articulate approach has earned him the distinctions of master teacher and psychotherapy trainer. Norman's pioneering work in psychotherapy is reflected in his REAL Press Publications, which are used by therapists at numerous universities and institutes around the world. For more than 35 years, Norman has been. He also served on the editorial board of several professional journals.


Help From The Homeland

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"They're probably the one place in the world that has done the most to provide not only counseling and psychotherapy services for its citizens, but also different kinds of societal processes so that people get the support they need," says psychotherapist Norman Shub, founder of Gestalt Associates in Columbus, Ohio.
Shub knows how a society and its people copes with terrorism: for years he directed a project for the Israeli Army that treated soldiers suffering from post-traumatic distress, helping them to reintegrate back to normal life with their families. He believes there is a parallel for America. Shub sees further parallels: "There are a lot of people struggling with the same kind of symptoms that people had when they were traumatized by terror in Israel: restlessness, insomnia, not wanting to venture out of the safe confines of their world, etc. These reactions are very typical right now." Gestalt Associates currently provides consultation to mental health professionals in New York who are working with people directly affected by the events of September 11. "I have spent a great deal of time with people there, and also with our own New York patients and business clients." But Shub is concerned for the general public outside of New York and Washington, too. "I can't tell you how many people here and all around the country have been extremely upset and hurt by the terrorism, but believe their feelings don't count because they haven't been directly touched by the experience. They think, 'I didn't lose anybody, so why should I be upset?'" Shub believes it's important for Americans to take the depths of their feelings seriously. "They deny the fact they are deeply moved by what happened but they need to talk about it," he said. Shub sees this form of engagement as a way for Americans to move forward, too. "If people could just come together and talk, that would provide more comfort, more opportunity for healing, and it would provide more feeling of connectedness, as well as a feeling of safety." There are signs that American society, which tends to be more individualistic than communal, may be reaching out. "After the whole thing happened and during the last couple of months," said Shub, "there have been many more times when people have congregated spontaneously not only to memorialize what happened, but to be together and talk about it, in restaurants, homes, and even out on the street.


www.wellington.org

Norman Shub, of Gestalt Associates, Inc and Business of People, will return to Wellington on his annual visit.
His topic this year is entitled, "How to Avoid Power Struggles with Your Teenagers. We highly recommend this enrichment event for all parents of teens. Norm helps parents "raise your child's self-esteem, improve the efficacy of your parenting skill, parent together more effectively with your partner, deal with conflict within your family, and lead your family. Please RSVP to events@wellington.org


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