…and sometimes change is large, noisy, aggressive, and intense. This is something we have all dealt with lately in our Gestalt community here in Columbus. Losing our leader, mentor, trainer, supervisor, and friend, Norman Shub, left a large gap in our hearts. It also threw us into a tailspin of organizing for the future while honoring the past and the legacy Norman had created in 45 years of changing people’s lives.
As most know, we have moved offices due to being in a space that became too large for us to manage. We are happily adjusting to our new office space and supporting each other through the ups and downs that come with major life changes. The special ability to support each other was instilled in us from working with Norman and it has helped us become a close knit group of therapists that know how to love and support each other.
What we’ve learned from Norman and Gestalt Therapy has also helped us be the best therapists we can be. We are here to serve the community and continue the legacy of Gestalt Therapy and Norman Shub, but in our own, authentic way. We are constantly learning and constantly growing. We are excited about the future and everything that is to come.
By Matt Dunatchik, MSEd., LPCC