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Training Programs

Organization & Systems Development Program (Weekend Format) (1 Year/9 Weekends)

Faculty will be drawn from OSD Center staff including:
Monika K. Moss-Gransberry , MFA Bio - Chair
John D. Carter , PhD Bio - Co-Chair
Marcella Benson-Quaziena , PhD Bio
Veronica Hopper Carter , PhD Bio
Sally Parker Bio

Overview

This program format provides an opportunity for individuals interested in the Gestalt Center’s world-class OSD training, developed over 35+ years, to undertake the experience in a weekend format, requiring minimum time away from work. The program includes 9 weekends, scheduled once a month and usually spanning two calendar years. Each weekend will include a Friday evening session, a full day on Saturday, and a Sunday morning session. One of the weekends will run from Thursday through Sunday. The program provides individuals with the theory, concept, methodology, skills, and techniques for effectively intervening at the individual, two-person, group, and organizational levels of system. It offers individuals an opportunity to learn how to use the Gestalt perspective to develop themselves professionally, design interventions, and lead and manage change in the systems within which they live and work.

Who Should Attend

The program is designed for individuals with a master’s or doctoral degree who have demonstrated competence in their field, and who have a commitment to developing effective organizations, work teams, communities, and governing bodies, and/or to large-scale organizational transformation. The program will enhance individuals’ ability to influence people and systems through increased competence and effectiveness in designing, implementing, and following through on interventions to achieve desired outcomes.

Curriculum and Methodology

Teaching methods are varied and include lectures, readings, demonstrations, fieldwork assignments, and small group practice. Feedback on a consistent basis is a critical part of the hands-on and experimental nature of these programs. Faculty ratio averages 1 faculty member for every 4 to 6 participants. Our objectives include:

  • Address the learning needs of individuals and organizations
  • Learn skills to lead, manage, and consult to change efforts
  • Influence people and processes
  • Increase skill and capability to achieve desired outcomes
Our program focuses on specific skills, and is designed to enhance our participants’ awareness of and capability in meeting these skills:
  • Discriminate among observations, interpretations, and judgments
  • Develop greater awareness of one’s own internal and external experience
  • Work with and recognize resistance in the client and systems with a respectful attitude
  • Observe and attend to processes at the intrapersonal, interpersonal, group, and organizational levels
  • Identify conflicts and choices related to interventions required at each level of system

Admissions Process

Admittance to the OSD Training Program Weekend Format requires attending an Introductory Gestalt Workshop or an Interpersonal Interaction workshop before or during the program, a written application, and a personal interview either in person or by telephone. There is a nonrefundable application fee of $500. Due to the nature of the program’s design and operation, tuition will not be refunded for early withdrawal. A penalty fee may be assessed for a participant’s withdrawal following his or her acknowledgement of acceptance into the program. Upon completion of the program and full payment of fees, participants will receive a Gestalt Approach to Organization & Systems Development Program Certificate. Early application is strongly advised.

Program Schedule 2016 - Now taking applications

Unless otherwise noted, sessions begin on Fridays at 6:30pm and end on Sundays at 12 noon

March 11–13, 2016
April 15–17, 2016
May 20–22, 2016
June 10–12, 2016
September 8–11, 2016 (begins Thursday at 6:30pm)
October 7–9, 2016
November 11–13, 2016
December 9–11, 2016 (begins Friday at 1:00pm)
January 6–8, 2017

Location

Larchmere House
12404 Larchmere Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44120

MAP
http://www.larchmerehouse.com/larchmeremap.htm

ABOUT
http://www.larchmerehouse.com/larchmere_inn2.htm

CONTACT INFORMATION
Toll-free Phone: 1.866.735.5960

Email: innkeeper@larchmerehouse.com

Fees

Application (nonrefundable) $500
Tuition $9,650

At the time of acceptance, 75% of the tuition is due. The balance of the tuition is due by the program’s start date. Requests for special payment arrangements may be addressed to the Gestalt OSD Center President in conjunction with the GICOSDISC Payments Officer.

Payment Options for OSD Workshops and Training Programs

  1. We accept online payment via MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express, or Paypal account (*Paypal is the authorized payment processor for GICOSDISC).
  2. Payment by personal check or bank money order paid in US dollars and drawn from a US bank. should be made payable to GICOSDISC, Inc. and mailed to: GICOSDISC, 7665 Mentor Avenue #316, Mentor, OH 4406 USA. Please include with your payment: Home address, phone numbers, and email, as well as the name of the program to which you are applying.
  3. Contact the Registrar regarding any problems with the application process at osdregistrar@gestaltosd.org.

Registering for an OSD Training Program

  1. A non-refundable application fee of $500 (see “Payment Options” above) is required. (All fees and tuition are subject to yearly review.)
  2. Complete the application form (Editable PDF) and submit via email to the Registrar at osdregistrar@gestaltosd.org, or mail or fax your completed form to: GICOSDISC, Inc., 7665 Mentor Avenue #316, Mentor, OH 4406 USA / (001) 440.205.8606.
  3. After we receive your completed application, an OSD faculty member will contact you for a personal interview.
  4. Once you have been accepted into the program, immediately submit 75% of the tuition along with a statement of commitment. At that point, you should initiate visa application, update your passport, purchase travel tickets, and make hotel reservations. (The balance of the tuition is due by the program's start date, unless otherwise stated.)
  5. Contact the Registrar regarding any problems with the application process at osdregistrar@gestaltosd.org.

Organization & Systems Development Program (Weekend Format) (1 Year/9 Weekends)

Faculty will be drawn from OSD Center staff including:
Monika K. Moss-Gransberry , MFA Bio - Chair
John D. Carter , PhD Bio - Co-Chair
Marcella Benson-Quaziena , PhD Bio
Veronica Hopper Carter , PhD Bio
Sally Parker Bio

Overview

This program format provides an opportunity for individuals interested in the Gestalt Center’s world-class OSD training, developed over 35+ years, to undertake the experience in a weekend format, requiring minimum time away from work. The program includes 9 weekends, scheduled once a month and usually spanning two calendar years. Each weekend will include a Friday evening session, a full day on Saturday, and a Sunday morning session. One of the weekends will run from Thursday through Sunday. The program provides individuals with the theory, concept, methodology, skills, and techniques for effectively intervening at the individual, two-person, group, and organizational levels of system. It offers individuals an opportunity to learn how to use the Gestalt perspective to develop themselves professionally, design interventions, and lead and manage change in the systems within which they live and work.

Who Should Attend

The program is designed for individuals with a master’s or doctoral degree who have demonstrated competence in their field, and who have a commitment to developing effective organizations, work teams, communities, and governing bodies, and/or to large-scale organizational transformation. The program will enhance individuals’ ability to influence people and systems through increased competence and effectiveness in designing, implementing, and following through on interventions to achieve desired outcomes.

Curriculum and Methodology

Teaching methods are varied and include lectures, readings, demonstrations, fieldwork assignments, and small group practice. Feedback on a consistent basis is a critical part of the hands-on and experimental nature of these programs. Faculty ratio averages 1 faculty member for every 4 to 6 participants. Our objectives include:

  • Address the learning needs of individuals and organizations
  • Learn skills to lead, manage, and consult to change efforts
  • Influence people and processes
  • Increase skill and capability to achieve desired outcomes
Our program focuses on specific skills, and is designed to enhance our participants’ awareness of and capability in meeting these skills:
  • Discriminate among observations, interpretations, and judgments
  • Develop greater awareness of one’s own internal and external experience
  • Work with and recognize resistance in the client and systems with a respectful attitude
  • Observe and attend to processes at the intrapersonal, interpersonal, group, and organizational levels
  • Identify conflicts and choices related to interventions required at each level of system

Admissions Process

Admittance to the OSD Training Program Weekend Format requires attending an Introductory Gestalt Workshop or an Interpersonal Interaction workshop before or during the program, a written application, and a personal interview either in person or by telephone. There is a nonrefundable application fee of $500. Due to the nature of the program’s design and operation, tuition will not be refunded for early withdrawal. A penalty fee may be assessed for a participant’s withdrawal following his or her acknowledgement of acceptance into the program. Upon completion of the program and full payment of fees, participants will receive a Gestalt Approach to Organization & Systems Development Program Certificate. Early application is strongly advised.

Program Schedule 2016 - Now taking applications

Unless otherwise noted, sessions begin on Fridays at 6:30pm and end on Sundays at 12 noon

March 11–13, 2016
April 15–17, 2016
May 20–22, 2016
June 10–12, 2016
September 8–11, 2016 (begins Thursday at 6:30pm)
October 7–9, 2016
November 11–13, 2016
December 9–11, 2016 (begins Friday at 1:00pm)
January 6–8, 2017

Location

Larchmere House
12404 Larchmere Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44120

MAP
http://www.larchmerehouse.com/larchmeremap.htm

ABOUT
http://www.larchmerehouse.com/larchmere_inn2.htm

CONTACT INFORMATION
Toll-free Phone: 1.866.735.5960

Email: innkeeper@larchmerehouse.com

Fees

Application (nonrefundable) $500
Tuition $9,650

At the time of acceptance, 75% of the tuition is due. The balance of the tuition is due by the program’s start date. Requests for special payment arrangements may be addressed to the Gestalt OSD Center President in conjunction with the GICOSDISC Payments Officer.

Payment Options for OSD Workshops and Training Programs

  1. We accept online payment via MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express, or Paypal account (*Paypal is the authorized payment processor for GICOSDISC).
  2. Payment by personal check or bank money order paid in US dollars and drawn from a US bank. should be made payable to GICOSDISC, Inc. and mailed to: GICOSDISC, 7665 Mentor Avenue #316, Mentor, OH 4406 USA. Please include with your payment: Home address, phone numbers, and email, as well as the name of the program to which you are applying.
  3. Contact the Registrar regarding any problems with the application process at osdregistrar@gestaltosd.org.

Registering for an OSD Training Program

  1. A non-refundable application fee of $500 (see “Payment Options” above) is required. (All fees and tuition are subject to yearly review.)
  2. Complete the application form (Editable PDF) and submit via email to the Registrar at osdregistrar@gestaltosd.org, or mail or fax your completed form to: GICOSDISC, Inc., 7665 Mentor Avenue #316, Mentor, OH 4406 USA / (001) 440.205.8606.
  3. After we receive your completed application, an OSD faculty member will contact you for a personal interview.
  4. Once you have been accepted into the program, immediately submit 75% of the tuition along with a statement of commitment. At that point, you should initiate visa application, update your passport, purchase travel tickets, and make hotel reservations. (The balance of the tuition is due by the program's start date, unless otherwise stated.)
  5. Contact the Registrar regarding any problems with the application process at osdregistrar@gestaltosd.org.

Organization & Systems Development Program (Weekend Format) (1 Year/9 Weekends)

Faculty will be drawn from OSD Center staff including:
Monika K. Moss-Gransberry , MFA Bio - Chair
John D. Carter , PhD Bio - Co-Chair
Marcella Benson-Quaziena , PhD Bio
Veronica Hopper Carter , PhD Bio
Sally Parker Bio

Overview

This program format provides an opportunity for individuals interested in the Gestalt Center’s world-class OSD training, developed over 35+ years, to undertake the experience in a weekend format, requiring minimum time away from work. The program includes 9 weekends, scheduled once a month and usually spanning two calendar years. Each weekend will include a Friday evening session, a full day on Saturday, and a Sunday morning session. One of the weekends will run from Thursday through Sunday. The program provides individuals with the theory, concept, methodology, skills, and techniques for effectively intervening at the individual, two-person, group, and organizational levels of system. It offers individuals an opportunity to learn how to use the Gestalt perspective to develop themselves professionally, design interventions, and lead and manage change in the systems within which they live and work.

Who Should Attend

The program is designed for individuals with a master’s or doctoral degree who have demonstrated competence in their field, and who have a commitment to developing effective organizations, work teams, communities, and governing bodies, and/or to large-scale organizational transformation. The program will enhance individuals’ ability to influence people and systems through increased competence and effectiveness in designing, implementing, and following through on interventions to achieve desired outcomes.

Curriculum and Methodology

Teaching methods are varied and include lectures, readings, demonstrations, fieldwork assignments, and small group practice. Feedback on a consistent basis is a critical part of the hands-on and experimental nature of these programs. Faculty ratio averages 1 faculty member for every 4 to 6 participants. Our objectives include:

  • Address the learning needs of individuals and organizations
  • Learn skills to lead, manage, and consult to change efforts
  • Influence people and processes
  • Increase skill and capability to achieve desired outcomes
Our program focuses on specific skills, and is designed to enhance our participants’ awareness of and capability in meeting these skills:
  • Discriminate among observations, interpretations, and judgments
  • Develop greater awareness of one’s own internal and external experience
  • Work with and recognize resistance in the client and systems with a respectful attitude
  • Observe and attend to processes at the intrapersonal, interpersonal, group, and organizational levels
  • Identify conflicts and choices related to interventions required at each level of system

Admissions Process

Admittance to the OSD Training Program Weekend Format requires attending an Introductory Gestalt Workshop or an Interpersonal Interaction workshop before or during the program, a written application, and a personal interview either in person or by telephone. There is a nonrefundable application fee of $500. Due to the nature of the program’s design and operation, tuition will not be refunded for early withdrawal. A penalty fee may be assessed for a participant’s withdrawal following his or her acknowledgement of acceptance into the program. Upon completion of the program and full payment of fees, participants will receive a Gestalt Approach to Organization & Systems Development Program Certificate. Early application is strongly advised.

Program Schedule 2016 - Now taking applications

Unless otherwise noted, sessions begin on Fridays at 6:30pm and end on Sundays at 12 noon

March 11–13, 2016
April 15–17, 2016
May 20–22, 2016
June 10–12, 2016
September 8–11, 2016 (begins Thursday at 6:30pm)
October 7–9, 2016
November 11–13, 2016
December 9–11, 2016 (begins Friday at 1:00pm)
January 6–8, 2017

Location

Larchmere House
12404 Larchmere Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44120

MAP
http://www.larchmerehouse.com/larchmeremap.htm

ABOUT
http://www.larchmerehouse.com/larchmere_inn2.htm

CONTACT INFORMATION
Toll-free Phone: 1.866.735.5960

Email: innkeeper@larchmerehouse.com

Fees

Application (nonrefundable) $500
Tuition $9,650

At the time of acceptance, 75% of the tuition is due. The balance of the tuition is due by the program’s start date. Requests for special payment arrangements may be addressed to the Gestalt OSD Center President in conjunction with the GICOSDISC Payments Officer.

Payment Options for OSD Workshops and Training Programs

  1. We accept online payment via MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express, or Paypal account (*Paypal is the authorized payment processor for GICOSDISC).
  2. Payment by personal check or bank money order paid in US dollars and drawn from a US bank. should be made payable to GICOSDISC, Inc. and mailed to: GICOSDISC, 7665 Mentor Avenue #316, Mentor, OH 4406 USA. Please include with your payment: Home address, phone numbers, and email, as well as the name of the program to which you are applying.
  3. Contact the Registrar regarding any problems with the application process at osdregistrar@gestaltosd.org.

Registering for an OSD Training Program

  1. A non-refundable application fee of $500 (see “Payment Options” above) is required. (All fees and tuition are subject to yearly review.)
  2. Complete the application form (Editable PDF) and submit via email to the Registrar at osdregistrar@gestaltosd.org, or mail or fax your completed form to: GICOSDISC, Inc., 7665 Mentor Avenue #316, Mentor, OH 4406 USA / (001) 440.205.8606.
  3. After we receive your completed application, an OSD faculty member will contact you for a personal interview.
  4. Once you have been accepted into the program, immediately submit 75% of the tuition along with a statement of commitment. At that point, you should initiate visa application, update your passport, purchase travel tickets, and make hotel reservations. (The balance of the tuition is due by the program's start date, unless otherwise stated.)
  5. Contact the Registrar regarding any problems with the application process at osdregistrar@gestaltosd.org.

Organization & Systems Development Program (Weekend Format) (1 Year/9 Weekends)

Faculty will be drawn from OSD Center staff including:
Monika K. Moss-Gransberry , MFA Bio - Chair
John D. Carter , PhD Bio - Co-Chair
Marcella Benson-Quaziena , PhD Bio
Veronica Hopper Carter , PhD Bio
Sally Parker Bio

Overview

This program format provides an opportunity for individuals interested in the Gestalt Center’s world-class OSD training, developed over 35+ years, to undertake the experience in a weekend format, requiring minimum time away from work. The program includes 9 weekends, scheduled once a month and usually spanning two calendar years. Each weekend will include a Friday evening session, a full day on Saturday, and a Sunday morning session. One of the weekends will run from Thursday through Sunday. The program provides individuals with the theory, concept, methodology, skills, and techniques for effectively intervening at the individual, two-person, group, and organizational levels of system. It offers individuals an opportunity to learn how to use the Gestalt perspective to develop themselves professionally, design interventions, and lead and manage change in the systems within which they live and work.

Who Should Attend

The program is designed for individuals with a master’s or doctoral degree who have demonstrated competence in their field, and who have a commitment to developing effective organizations, work teams, communities, and governing bodies, and/or to large-scale organizational transformation. The program will enhance individuals’ ability to influence people and systems through increased competence and effectiveness in designing, implementing, and following through on interventions to achieve desired outcomes.

Curriculum and Methodology

Teaching methods are varied and include lectures, readings, demonstrations, fieldwork assignments, and small group practice. Feedback on a consistent basis is a critical part of the hands-on and experimental nature of these programs. Faculty ratio averages 1 faculty member for every 4 to 6 participants. Our objectives include:

  • Address the learning needs of individuals and organizations
  • Learn skills to lead, manage, and consult to change efforts
  • Influence people and processes
  • Increase skill and capability to achieve desired outcomes
Our program focuses on specific skills, and is designed to enhance our participants’ awareness of and capability in meeting these skills:
  • Discriminate among observations, interpretations, and judgments
  • Develop greater awareness of one’s own internal and external experience
  • Work with and recognize resistance in the client and systems with a respectful attitude
  • Observe and attend to processes at the intrapersonal, interpersonal, group, and organizational levels
  • Identify conflicts and choices related to interventions required at each level of system

Admissions Process

Admittance to the OSD Training Program Weekend Format requires attending an Introductory Gestalt Workshop or an Interpersonal Interaction workshop before or during the program, a written application, and a personal interview either in person or by telephone. There is a nonrefundable application fee of $500. Due to the nature of the program’s design and operation, tuition will not be refunded for early withdrawal. A penalty fee may be assessed for a participant’s withdrawal following his or her acknowledgement of acceptance into the program. Upon completion of the program and full payment of fees, participants will receive a Gestalt Approach to Organization & Systems Development Program Certificate. Early application is strongly advised.

Program Schedule 2016 - Now taking applications

Unless otherwise noted, sessions begin on Fridays at 6:30pm and end on Sundays at 12 noon

March 11–13, 2016
April 15–17, 2016
May 20–22, 2016
June 10–12, 2016
September 8–11, 2016 (begins Thursday at 6:30pm)
October 7–9, 2016
November 11–13, 2016
December 9–11, 2016 (begins Friday at 1:00pm)
January 6–8, 2017

Location

Larchmere House
12404 Larchmere Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44120

MAP
http://www.larchmerehouse.com/larchmeremap.htm

ABOUT
http://www.larchmerehouse.com/larchmere_inn2.htm

CONTACT INFORMATION
Toll-free Phone: 1.866.735.5960

Email: innkeeper@larchmerehouse.com

Fees

Application (nonrefundable) $500
Tuition $9,650

At the time of acceptance, 75% of the tuition is due. The balance of the tuition is due by the program’s start date. Requests for special payment arrangements may be addressed to the Gestalt OSD Center President in conjunction with the GICOSDISC Payments Officer.

Payment Options for OSD Workshops and Training Programs

  1. We accept online payment via MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express, or Paypal account (*Paypal is the authorized payment processor for GICOSDISC).
  2. Payment by personal check or bank money order paid in US dollars and drawn from a US bank. should be made payable to GICOSDISC, Inc. and mailed to: GICOSDISC, 7665 Mentor Avenue #316, Mentor, OH 4406 USA. Please include with your payment: Home address, phone numbers, and email, as well as the name of the program to which you are applying.
  3. Contact the Registrar regarding any problems with the application process at osdregistrar@gestaltosd.org.

Registering for an OSD Training Program

  1. A non-refundable application fee of $500 (see “Payment Options” above) is required. (All fees and tuition are subject to yearly review.)
  2. Complete the application form (Editable PDF) and submit via email to the Registrar at osdregistrar@gestaltosd.org, or mail or fax your completed form to: GICOSDISC, Inc., 7665 Mentor Avenue #316, Mentor, OH 4406 USA / (001) 440.205.8606.
  3. After we receive your completed application, an OSD faculty member will contact you for a personal interview.
  4. Once you have been accepted into the program, immediately submit 75% of the tuition along with a statement of commitment. At that point, you should initiate visa application, update your passport, purchase travel tickets, and make hotel reservations. (The balance of the tuition is due by the program's start date, unless otherwise stated.)
  5. Contact the Registrar regarding any problems with the application process at osdregistrar@gestaltosd.org.

Organization & Systems Development Program (Weekend Format) (1 Year/9 Weekends)

Faculty will be drawn from OSD Center staff including:
Monika K. Moss-Gransberry , MFA Bio - Chair
John D. Carter , PhD Bio - Co-Chair
Marcella Benson-Quaziena , PhD Bio
Veronica Hopper Carter , PhD Bio
Sally Parker Bio

Overview

This program format provides an opportunity for individuals interested in the Gestalt Center’s world-class OSD training, developed over 35+ years, to undertake the experience in a weekend format, requiring minimum time away from work. The program includes 9 weekends, scheduled once a month and usually spanning two calendar years. Each weekend will include a Friday evening session, a full day on Saturday, and a Sunday morning session. One of the weekends will run from Thursday through Sunday. The program provides individuals with the theory, concept, methodology, skills, and techniques for effectively intervening at the individual, two-person, group, and organizational levels of system. It offers individuals an opportunity to learn how to use the Gestalt perspective to develop themselves professionally, design interventions, and lead and manage change in the systems within which they live and work.

Who Should Attend

The program is designed for individuals with a master’s or doctoral degree who have demonstrated competence in their field, and who have a commitment to developing effective organizations, work teams, communities, and governing bodies, and/or to large-scale organizational transformation. The program will enhance individuals’ ability to influence people and systems through increased competence and effectiveness in designing, implementing, and following through on interventions to achieve desired outcomes.

Curriculum and Methodology

Teaching methods are varied and include lectures, readings, demonstrations, fieldwork assignments, and small group practice. Feedback on a consistent basis is a critical part of the hands-on and experimental nature of these programs. Faculty ratio averages 1 faculty member for every 4 to 6 participants. Our objectives include:

  • Address the learning needs of individuals and organizations
  • Learn skills to lead, manage, and consult to change efforts
  • Influence people and processes
  • Increase skill and capability to achieve desired outcomes
Our program focuses on specific skills, and is designed to enhance our participants’ awareness of and capability in meeting these skills:
  • Discriminate among observations, interpretations, and judgments
  • Develop greater awareness of one’s own internal and external experience
  • Work with and recognize resistance in the client and systems with a respectful attitude
  • Observe and attend to processes at the intrapersonal, interpersonal, group, and organizational levels
  • Identify conflicts and choices related to interventions required at each level of system

Admissions Process

Admittance to the OSD Training Program Weekend Format requires attending an Introductory Gestalt Workshop or an Interpersonal Interaction workshop before or during the program, a written application, and a personal interview either in person or by telephone. There is a nonrefundable application fee of $500. Due to the nature of the program’s design and operation, tuition will not be refunded for early withdrawal. A penalty fee may be assessed for a participant’s withdrawal following his or her acknowledgement of acceptance into the program. Upon completion of the program and full payment of fees, participants will receive a Gestalt Approach to Organization & Systems Development Program Certificate. Early application is strongly advised.

Program Schedule 2016 - Now taking applications

Unless otherwise noted, sessions begin on Fridays at 6:30pm and end on Sundays at 12 noon

March 11–13, 2016
April 15–17, 2016
May 20–22, 2016
June 10–12, 2016
September 8–11, 2016 (begins Thursday at 6:30pm)
October 7–9, 2016
November 11–13, 2016
December 9–11, 2016 (begins Friday at 1:00pm)
January 6–8, 2017

Location

Larchmere House
12404 Larchmere Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44120

MAP
http://www.larchmerehouse.com/larchmeremap.htm

ABOUT
http://www.larchmerehouse.com/larchmere_inn2.htm

CONTACT INFORMATION
Toll-free Phone: 1.866.735.5960

Email: innkeeper@larchmerehouse.com

Fees

Application (nonrefundable) $500
Tuition $9,650

At the time of acceptance, 75% of the tuition is due. The balance of the tuition is due by the program’s start date. Requests for special payment arrangements may be addressed to the Gestalt OSD Center President in conjunction with the GICOSDISC Payments Officer.

Payment Options for OSD Workshops and Training Programs

  1. We accept online payment via MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express, or Paypal account (*Paypal is the authorized payment processor for GICOSDISC).
  2. Payment by personal check or bank money order paid in US dollars and drawn from a US bank. should be made payable to GICOSDISC, Inc. and mailed to: GICOSDISC, 7665 Mentor Avenue #316, Mentor, OH 4406 USA. Please include with your payment: Home address, phone numbers, and email, as well as the name of the program to which you are applying.
  3. Contact the Registrar regarding any problems with the application process at osdregistrar@gestaltosd.org.

Registering for an OSD Training Program

  1. A non-refundable application fee of $500 (see “Payment Options” above) is required. (All fees and tuition are subject to yearly review.)
  2. Complete the application form (Editable PDF) and submit via email to the Registrar at osdregistrar@gestaltosd.org, or mail or fax your completed form to: GICOSDISC, Inc., 7665 Mentor Avenue #316, Mentor, OH 4406 USA / (001) 440.205.8606.
  3. After we receive your completed application, an OSD faculty member will contact you for a personal interview.
  4. Once you have been accepted into the program, immediately submit 75% of the tuition along with a statement of commitment. At that point, you should initiate visa application, update your passport, purchase travel tickets, and make hotel reservations. (The balance of the tuition is due by the program's start date, unless otherwise stated.)
  5. Contact the Registrar regarding any problems with the application process at osdregistrar@gestaltosd.org.

GICOSDISC reserves the right to change faculty, program dates, and fees as necessary. GICOSDISC assumes no liability for expenses incurred by participants due to any changes in program dates, including nonrefundable travel and/or lodging expenses.

 

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