Dr. Ansel L. Woldt, Practice in Psychology & Counseling

I am Emeritus Professor at Kent State University while simultaneously maintaining a private practice in Kent, Ohio since 1968. Graduating from the 3-year therapist training program at GIC in 1973, I trained with first-generation Gestalt therapists. I'm co-editor of Gestalt Therapy: History, Theory and Practice, Sage Publications (2005), textbook for Gestalt training programs. I'm co-founder and continuous officer of the Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy. Notwithstanding my career as a professor, I'm primarily a clinician who enjoys working with clients. I apply the diverse knowledge gained from my experiences as a farm boy, vocalist, US Marine officer, interior decorator, public school teacher & counselor, psychologist and distinguished pedagogue to my life as a psychotherapist -- facilitating relational processes with a heart-centered approach; and as a distinguished professor -- mentoring students how to better counsel and research from a Gestalt-holistic perspective

Ed.D. University of North Dakota, 1968, Counseling Psychology. Pre- & Post-doctoral clinical internships in University Counseling Centers. Gestalt Institute of Cleveland,1970-73, 3-Year Post-doctoral Psychotherapy Training. Gestalt International Study Center, Cape Cod, 2001-02, Intensive Residential Fellows Program in Gestalt Psychotherapy with Couples, Families & Groups. Post-doctoral training in workshops with Carl Rogers, Jacob Moreno, Laura Perls, Jim Simkin, Virginia Satir, Wil Schutz, Violet Oaklander, Irv Yalom, Rollo May, Albert Ellis, Wm. Glasser, George & Judith Brown, Erv & Miriam Polster, Edwin & Sonia Nevis & most well-known Gestalt therapists
In the office and at home
Mondays - Fridays 9 AM - 5 PM
Standard Fee $225 hr. most health insurances + co-pays accepted. No insurance will adjust fees.
Cash or check -- No Credit Cards

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