Dr. Kellogg would be happy to come to your institution, program, hospital, or university to introduce chairwork to your staff or students. There are two ways to do this:
This is a PowerPoint-supported didactic presentation that includes: (1) an overview of the history and fundamentals of chairwork; and (2) numerous clinical examples that demonstrate how it can be used in a variety of psychotherapy settings. The presentation is then followed by a period of discussion and clinical problem-solving with the participants (1.5 – 2 hours).
To more fully enable staff or students to use this technique, a one-day training is a good way to start. This on-site training will involve the usual mixture of didactic presentation, scripted and non-scripted role-plays, and live demonstrations. The discussion and clinical problem-solving that ensues is typically adjusted to meet the specific and unique needs of your treatment or training center (6-7 hours).