Krysia Waszkowska-Wójcik
Neuropsychologist, psychotherapist, certified supervisor, long-term director of the Psychological and Pedagogical Clinic. She completed training in Gestalt psychotherapy, psychodynamic psychotherapy (Collegium Medicum of the Jagiellonian University) and art therapy.

Certified psychotherapist of the Polish Society for Gestalt Psychotherapy (PTPG), the European Association for Psychotherapy (EAP) and the Polish Federation of Psychotherapy. In her psychotherapeutic work she integrates Gestalt Therapy with art therapy and body therapy techniques. By realizing and experiencing in the relationship, she works on the change that the patient needs. For several years she has been developing and promoting Gestalt psychotherapy in work with children and adolescents, in a model V.S.Oaklander.  Shee supervises psychotherapists, and educators.
Jay Levin
Jay Levin MA (Clin Psych), LMHC, NCC has practiced and taught counseling and psychotherapy for over 35 years.  His interest in how values shape personal behavior and therapeutic interventions is mirrored in published articles that reflect his vision of a more hospitable world.  Jay has been trained in Gestalt therapy by Erv and Miriam Polster and is certified by Gestalt Therapy Institute of Los Angeles (GTILA).   He is a Professional Member of the American Counseling Association (ACA) and an Accredited Supervising Member of the European Association for Gestalt Therapy (EAGT), as well as Training Director for the Gestalt Institute of the Gulf Coast (GIGC). A major aspect of his professional life is his ongoing affiliation with Gestalt Associates of Los Angeles (GATLA) where he has been Guest faculty for over 30 years.

Jay immigrated to the USA from South Africa, where he lives in Sarasota.
Christine Stevens
Christine Stevens PhD, MA Gestalt Psychotherapy, Diploma in Clinical Supervision, MSc Applied Social Studies, CQSW, BA (Hons) Fine Art.

Christine Stevens has been involved in psychotherapy and counselling since 1987.  Her doctorate led into academic work, designing a master’s programme in Gestalt psychotherapy, and more recently a second masters in pastoral counselling.

She is academic advisor for the Doctorate in Psychotherapy at the Metanoia Institute in London, where she has been internal examiner for the University of Middlesex.  She has also examined for Nottingham and Derby Universities.

Her interest in training has given her a long-standing teaching role within the Gestalt Institute in Slovenia (GITA) and she supervises a placement focussing on short-term Gestalt therapy which has been running in Nottingham since 2000.

In 2016 she co-edited Making Research Matter with her colleague Stephen Goss, featuring practice-based research in psychotherapy and counselling. She also created the design used on the cover. The book contains chapters by recent doctoral graduates showing how their work has made a real difference. Her own practice as a psychotherapist is enlivened by her academic and training activities.  In 2014 she achieved a first-class honours degree in Fine Art. She has written on the use of creativity in therapy sessions with individual clients and couples.

The 248-hour training program will effectively prepare you to perform therole of a Supervisor, it will let you acquire knowledge, skills and tools in the field of supervision, as well as enable you to apply for the EAGT Supervisor Certificate.

Why our school?

We meet all the criteria required by the EAGT(European Association for Gestalt Therapy) in terms of the number of hours, trainers, and duration of training. Trainers are EAGT accredited supervisors, continually involved in the training program. 3 Trainers will be  involved: Christine Stevens, Jay Levin, Krystyna Waszkowska-Wójcik
Christine Stevens
Jay Levin
Krystyna Waszkowska-Wójcik

Supervison Course Program

Workshops will be conducted in both stationary and online forms, for the required period of 18 months (May 30, 2022 - January 31, 2024). The entire program consist of 248 full hours, which includes:
Number of theory hours:
75 hours
Number of hours of practical/simulation training in the supervision of psychotherapists:
120 hours
Number of hours of hyper-vision (supervision on supervision):
50 hours

Conditions of participation and required documents

The condition for admission to the School of Supervisors is to have a psychotherapist's certificate and a minimum of  5 years of experience in psychotherapeutic work. In order to apply, please send a recruitment questionnaire, a copy of the therapist's certificate and a professional CV  to the e-mail address:

Conditions for completing the Supervision Training Program:

School graduates will receive a Supervisor's certificate, the condition for obtaining is:
Presence at all classes
Payment for the School
Submission of the thesis (15 - 20 pages)
passing the final exam

School costs

The total cost of the School is 14,999 PLN gross. Entry fee - 4,999 PLN gross after the approval by the Commission. Then 5 installments of 2,000 PLN  gross.

To download

recruitment survey (download)