Applying the Cape Cod Model to Therapy:
Advanced Training and Practice
This program provides advanced training and practice in applying the Cape Cod Model to therapeutic and clinical practice. Practitioners will also learn to apply the Cape Cod Model in their work with individual clients, as well as deepening their skills in using the model with
couples, families and groups.
The program features presentation of the most current theory in Cape Cod Model application, as well as demonstration and supervised practice.
Participants will be observed and coached as they are working with the model, receiving feedback from our master faculty as well as from their peers. Time will be spent on case consultation, offering participants an opportunity to work with their own challenging cases.
The program includes two follow-up 90-minute virtual supervision groups. Our master faculty will lead these groups (dates and times TBA). Participation will be limited to maintain a low faculty-student ratio. The focus will be on integrating learning, and sharpening therapeutic intervention skills.
- Deepen their skills in applying the Cape Cod Model to therapeutic and clinical practice.
- Learn to apply the Cape Cod Model to their work with individual clients.
- Attend to clinical and therapeutic issues, including transference and counter-transference.
- Have an opportunity for case consultation.
- Develop insight and new approaches to working with challenging clients.
- Receive personalized feedback from faculty and peers.
- Have an opportunity for extensive practice.
This program is designed for graduates of the Cape Cod Training Program (CCTP) who are engaged in therapeutic or clinical work. Experienced Gestalt practitioners working in these areas, who have not completed CCTP may be considered for this program if they have received permission from the faculty.
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