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  1. Getting Beyond Sobriety

    Clinical Approaches to Long-Term Recovery

    By Michael C. Clemmens

    In this ground-breaking book, Michael Clemmens offers a new model of treatment for long-term recovery which goes beyond the traditional "disease" paradigm. Working from the belief that a fuller life for the recovering addict is grounded on a foundation of abstinence, the author explores a "...

    Published May 17th 2005 by Gestalt Press

  2. The Values of Connection

    A Relational Approach to Ethics

    Edited by Robert G. Lee

    Much more than an obligation to protect our clients' rights, ethics is better understood as the very fabric that underpins and supports our most basic efforts in working with clients and interacting with others in our everyday lives. Robert Lee brings together a diverse group of voices...

    Published August 27th 2004 by Gestalt Press

  3. Healing Tasks

    Psychotherapy with Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse

    By James I. Kepner

    This groundbreaking book presents a new model for working with survivors of abuse and other trauma. The Healing Tasks Model, based on developmental stages of healing with specific tasks for each stage, offers the clinician new support for threading through the sometimes overwhelming...

    Published March 1st 2003 by Gestalt Press

  4. Heart of Development, V. 1

    Early and Middle Childhood

    By Gordon Wheeler, Mark McConville

    In these groundbreaking new collections, the reader will find an exciting, boad-ranging selection of work showing an array of applications of the Gestalt model to working with children, adolescents, and their families and worlds. From the theoretical to the hands-on, and from the clinical...

    Published January 1st 2003 by Gestalt Press

  5. Encountering Bigotry

    Befriending Projecting People in Everyday Life

    By Philip Lichtenberg, Janneke Beusekom, Dorothy Gibbons

    Encountering Bigotry examines the occurrence of emotionally fraught and socially provocative expressions, such as racism, sexism, homophobia, anti-Semitism, classism, and other forms of hatred of outgroups or others, in everyday experience. The editors categorize such remarks as projections,...

    Published August 1st 2002 by Gestalt Press

  6. Sketches

    An Anthology of Essays

    By Joseph C. Zinker

    To all of those familiar with the Gestalt model and its many creative extensions and applications, the name Joseph Zinker needs no introduction. A master Gestalt therapist and a cofounder of the Gestalt Institute of Cleveland, Joseph trained with Fritz Perls in the 1960's and has been influential...

    Published August 1st 2001 by Gestalt Press

  7. Body of Awareness

    A Somatic and Developmental Approach to Psychotherapy

    By Ruella Frank

    Merging scientific theory with a practical, clinical approach, Body of Awareness explores the formation of infant movement experience and its manifest influence upon the later adult. Most significantly, it shows how the organizing principles in early development are functionally equivalent to those...

    Published July 1st 2001 by Gestalt Press

  8. Heart of Development, V. 2

    Adolescence

    Edited by Mark McConville, Gordon Wheeler

    In these groundbreaking new collections, the reader will find an exciting, boad-ranging selection of work showing an array of applications of the Gestalt model to working with children, adolescents, and their families and worlds. From the theoretical to the hands-on, and from the clinical office or...

    Published June 1st 2001 by Gestalt Press

  9. Beyond Individualism

    Toward a New Understanding of Self, Relationship, and Experience

    By Gordon Wheeler

    In this pathbreaking and provocative new treatment of some of the oldest dilemmas of psychology and relationship, Gordon Wheeler challenges the most basic tenet of the West cultural tradition: the individualist self. Characteristics of this self-model are our embedded yet pervasive ideas that the...

    Published May 1st 2000 by Gestalt Press

  10. From the Radical Center

    The Heart of Gestalt Therapy

    By Erving Polster, Miriam Polster

    This remarkable collection traces central themes in the work of Erving and Miriam Polster, two of the best-known and best loved Gestalt therapists in the world. The writings herein span 4 decades in the history of psychotherapy, bringing together practical, theoretical and aesthetic dimensions of...

    Published February 1st 2000 by Gestalt Press

Forthcoming Books

  1. Adolescence: Psychotherapy and the Emergent Self
    By Mark McConville
    To Be Published December 18th 2014

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