The conference is a unique opportunity for anyone interested in the Gestalt approach to meet in person, to learn with and from each other, and to develop personal and professional relationships. Our intention is that together, we can build bridges and create connections between colleagues: professionals and non-professionals, teachers and students, therapists and organisational practitioners, and also between different perspectives and polarities! Let’s spend time together in Budapest experiencing these bridges in a state of creative indifference.

AN EXPERIENTIAL EXPLORATION: THE FERTILE VOID AND CREATIVE INDIFFERENCE

In Budapest we aim to co-create with you a fertile space in which we can all connect, share and explore ourselves and each other and find new possibilities in the flow of our creative energies and in the emergence of new understandings.

>700

Participants

>50

Countries from all over the World

160

Workshops

Dear Applicant,

EAGT community would highly appreciate your donation in order to fill scholarship fund and support individuals facing financial difficulties.
Please note that the total of the invoice does not include your donation. Should you wish to donate, PLEASE ADD the respective amount to the invoiced amount and transfer to us the total of the two amounts. We shall send you a letter of conformation of your donation, for which we are grateful in advance.

Bank account owner: Magyar Gestalt Egyesület
SWIFT: UBRTHUHB
IBAN: HU27-12010240-01574970-00500006

Keynote Speakers

Please find linked our Keynote speaker's thoughts about Conference: Nancy Amendt-Lyon, Kathleen Höll MA, Lynne Jacobs Ph.D, John Leary-Joyce, Robert W. Resnick, Gordon Wheeler PhD. See the video interviews!

Ambassador videos

You can find here the videos of our Ambassadors. Please watch them.

All videos

Scholarship fund

A scholarship fund is being developed to support those who need financial assistance to join us and attend the conference. EAGT is proud of its tradition of helping individuals who are financially challenged, to attend their conferences.