Location & Components

DATES: Couples Therapy Training in Serock, Poland, July 8 – 14, 2018

GATLA is very pleased to announce our programs for Summer 2018 will be held at the Hotel Narvil Conference and Spa in Serock, Poland 45 minutes from Warsaw.  Hotel was built in the complete harmony with nature, which has been an inspiration for both the hotel name and its interior design. Everywhere you will see both water and the forest. Hotel Narvil has not only luxurious air conditioned rooms and beautiful surroundings, it has a sophisticated International cuisine which will satisfy the most demanding gourmands.  For sport activities the hotel offers:  a swimming pool, saunas, disco, bowling, a harbor on Narew river, an outdoor gym, as well as squash and tennis courts.  This may be one of our best venues in 47 years.

Visit the hotel website at http://www.hotelnarvil.pl/hotel-narvil-en

FACULTY: Core Faculty includes:  Robert W. Resnick, Ph.D. and Rita F. Resnick, Ph.D. Please see Faculty section for complete biographies.  The Resnicks will be assisted by the following therapists: Kevin McCann,H Dip.G.T., and Favorito Barbarello, MSC.

FEES: (please click here to register)
For scholarship information and application, click here

Due to the € increasing by 17% over the US$ and GATLA being charged primarily in € in Europe, we have adjusted our fees by approximately 10% to defray some of the currency changes. Partial work  scholarships are available. All fees include tuition, twin accommodation with private bath, all meals and coffee breaks – including the “free” days.

Early Registration (before March 30, 2018)
Basic Group: $1910.00 Deposit: $995.00
Advanced Group: $2175.00 Deposit: $1087.50
After March 30, 2018
Basic Group: $2195.00 Deposit: $1097.50
Advanced Group: $2370.00 Deposit: $1185.00
Model Couples: $1140.00 (per person) Deposit: $1140.00 (per couple)
Single room supplement: $450.00

Discounts MAY NOT be combined. Those attending both the Couples and the Gestalt groups will receive a 15% discount on both programs.

EVENING PROGRAMS: Optional evening presentations have been traditionally scheduled wherein both faculty and participants present and discuss their current interests or expertise. The rich and bountiful backgrounds of therapists from different countries and cultures provide an outstanding array of presentations. Other evening activities include singing around the piano, playing guitars, dancing to the music of many countries, arguing theory over a glass of wine, quietly sitting or walking under the stars, telling jokes, etc. In short, we are a wonderful, warm and ongoing community that welcomes new members.