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Norman Shub

Clinical Director

Gestalt Review

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Gestalt Review

P.O. Box 515

South Wellfleet, Massachusetts,02663

United States

Company Description

Gestalt Review is a publication that concentrates on the Gestalt approach to clinical, family, group, and organizational topics. Case studies and papers dealing with specific clinical issues are regularly featured, but the journal also publishes original paper...more

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American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy

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PERC: Parents Encouraging Responsible Choices

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April 11 2012: Norman Shub, Clinical Director of the Gestalt Institute will be the featured speaker


Mealtime Movement: Air your dirty laundry | Smuckers

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Norman Shub, Clinical Director, Gestalt Associates
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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.


Conference 1998 | Presenter Bios

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Norman Shub, Ph.D., B.C.D., Clinical Director, Gestalt Institute of Central Ohio for 20 years, is a trainer and workshop leader worldwide, focusing on character, and theoretical and methodological questions of depth psychology over time.In addition to books and articles, Norman's current publications include the "Working Papers" series about developing the effectiveness of psychotherapists.


OPA Convention - Presenter Bios

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Norman Shub, BCD, LISW, is currently serving as clinical director of the Gestalt Institute of Central Ohio (GICO) and Gestalt Associates (his group private practice), both of which he founded in the early 70s. Norman has been a pioneer in the practice of psychotherapy for almost 35 years.He is known as a "master teacher" and clinician who has spent his life dedicated to enhancing the process of fundamental change in individuals, couples, families, groups and organizations. Norman's "Working Paper Series" has been used in training therapists in universities, institutes and clinics worldwide.


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