I am an LCSW-R Gestalt psychotherapist and a certified Iyengar Yoga teacher as well as a member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists. Before starting my practice, I worked in hospitals with adults experiencing chronic and persistent mental illness, as well as with teenagers in high schools. I also spent years as a volunteer rape crisis advocate with the Crime Victims Treatment Center.
In our clinical supervision work together, I’ll support and challenge your choices and ways of working. I'll take a body-mind approach with you just as I do with my clients, helping you explore ways to stay grounded in your body when you’re in the room working on issues with your patients. We’ll also work on boundaries and self-care--necessary tools for every therapist--so you can continue to love your work and not feel burned out.
I usually meet weekly or bi-weekly with supervisees, but we can discuss tailoring a supervision plan that works for you.
EXPLORING THE RELATIONAL FIELD THROUGH YOGA **Yoga and Gestalt Workshop via ZOOM**
A Gestalt Associates for Psychotherapy Continuing Education Event
Anna Hindell, LCSW-R July 18th, 2020 10AM - 1PM via ZOOM Sign Up on the Gestalt Associates Payment Page Cost: $75 3 CE Hours Yoga is a pathway toward connecting mind, body, and breath within the present moment. This workshop offers an introduction into the exploration of yoga from a relational perspective and will include how to use this with clients in video sessions.
We will expand our lexicon of movement patterns arising bi-directionally when working with therapy clients through the lens of yoga. The workshop is intended for Gestalt therapists, as well as therapists of other orientations, who have an interest in working with principles of presence, awareness, and integration of mind, body and breath within therapy.
We will learn from a combination of lecture, discussion, and experiential format including yoga class. We will learn the commonalities between Gestalt theory and yoga philosophy and explore how particular asanas and pranayamas can lead to a more grounded, present, and integrated state.