Lutz & Sally Pamberger

Lutz Pamberger

About Lutz

Lutz Pamberger

Dipl.-Psych. (Berlin), MAPS

Counselling Psychologist

Lutz trained in Clinical Psychology in Germany and undertook further training in Gestalt therapy with the Gestalt Centre Berlin and the Gestalt Therapy Institute of Los Angeles and in Family Constellations Therapy as developed by Bert Hellinger, with the Human Systems Institute, Portland (USA).

Lutz is a Registered Counselling Psychologist, a member of the Australian Psychological Society (APS), the APS College of Counselling Psychologists and the International Systemic Constellations Association (ISCA). Lutz lectured in counselling at the University of Notre Dame Australia from 2003 to 2007. His previous experience includes 10 years with a non-government funded counselling organisation in Western Australia as a counsellor, supervisor and manager and more than 10 years working with disabled and mentally ill people in Germany.

Lutz’s assumption is that we all need a healthy relationship with ourselves if we want healthy relationships with our partners, children, friends and the wider community. His main theoretical frameworks are Gestalt therapy and Family Constellations.

Private health fund rebates apply. Medicare rebates available via GP referral.

Gestalt Therapy

Gestalt Therapy

Gestalt therapy is a holistic approach, which looks at our existence and suffering in the context of our environment. The emphasis is on awareness and the experience of the present moment. The aim of the therapy is to support us to become more self-aware and take responsibility for our lives and the way we create our own suffering. The more aware we are of how we live our lives, the more we are able to consider other choices, resulting in a greater sense of empowerment and satisfaction with life. The therapy is based on the dialogue between the therapist and the client (I-Thou, Martin Buber).

Family Constellations

Family constellations therapy as developed by Bert Hellinger in Germany, offers a powerful, cutting-edge, psychotherapeutic model within a phenomenological framework. This innovative work supports us to explore the impacts of past family and relationship traumas and the resultant adverse affects on our lives. The aim of the therapy is to bring hidden dynamics (entanglements) to light, so that the ‘Orders of Love’ can be restored, supporting the love in a family system to flow. This work has been broadly applied to family and individual therapy, homoeopathy and organisational consultation. As a result, we may experience more peace within ourselves, with our family members and a greater sense of being in charge of our lives.

Lutz Offers

Lutz offers

  • Individual therapy
  • Couple therapy
  • Family therapy
  • Workshops in Gestalt therapy
  • Family Constellations workshops
  • Clinical supervision for professionals
  • Training in self-care for health professionals
  • Groups for men with anger and depression issues
  • Employee assistance counselling (EAP)

Recommended Reading

M. Buber. I and Thou. Hesperides Press, 2008.

R. Hycner and L. Jacobs. The Healing Relationship in Gestalt Therapy. Gestalt Journal Press, 1995.

J. Oldham, T. Key and Y. Starak. Risking Being Alive. Joshua Books, 2003.

J.R. Schneider. Family Constellations. Carl-Auer-Systeme Verlag, 2007.

B. Ulsamer. The Art and Practice of Family Constellations.  Carl-Auer-Systeme Verlag, 2003.

Links

www.psychology.org.au

www.gestalt.org

www.constellationflow.com

www.isca-network.org


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