Gestalt Therapy Links
Gestalt Australia and New Zealand (GANZ) is an association of people and practitioners interested in Gestalt therapy and the practice of Gestalt therapy. GANZ was the professional association for Gestalt therapists between 1996 – 30 June 2017. During this time, Gestalt Therapy Brisbane courses were accredited by GANZ in addition to their Australian Government accreditation.
Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA) is a professional association which Gestalt therapist graduates and students of Gestalt Therapy Brisbane are eligible to join. As a member of PACFA, GTB trained gestalt therapists are eligible to apply to join the College of Psychotherapy within PACFA.
Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy (AAGT) provide the ground for the enrichment, articulation and support of the constantly emerging figure that is gestalt therapy. They are not part of any other organisation. AAGT has a wide international member base including psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, teachers, academics, writers, artists, performers, organisational consultants and political and social analysts, activists and students.
European Association of Gestalt Therapy (EAGT) is an EWAO; which means an European Wide Accrediting Organisation and as such a member of EAP. Their aim; gathering European individual Gestalt therapists, Training Institutes and National Associations, of promoting Gestalt therapy in Europe, combining and exchanging knowledge and resources, fostering a high professional standard for Gestalt therapy and encouraging research.
The Gestalt Therapy Network and The Gestalt Journal Press A Publication of the Gestalt Journal Press and The Gestalt Therapy Network. Go to their website to subscribe.
Students may also like to enquire as to their eligibility to join another professional association such as:
Australian Counselling Association (ACA)
Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (APRA)
Gestalt Therapy Brisbane provides a list of registered Gestalt therapists for its students. See Psychotherapy > Gestalt Therapist. These Gestalt therapists each have a private practice and may be available to see members of the public as clients.