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  1. A Well-Lived Life

    Essays in Gestalt Therapy

    By Sylvia F. Crocker

    Sylvia Crocker's A Well-Lived Life is a work of a daring and creative thinker, offering a bold reconceptualization of Gestalt therapy that extends all the way from its philosophical foundation to the nuances of its clinical application. In prose that is clear as a bell, Crocker fully exposes...

    Published May 31st 1999 by Gestalt Press

  2. The Dreamer and the Dream

    Essays and Reflections on Gestalt Therapy

    By Rainette E Fantz

    In this collection of papers and lecturers from the late Rainette Fantz, we witness firsthand the exhilarating possibilities inherent in the Gestalt therapy model. Frantz brings her background in theater to bear on her remarkable work as a therapy and teacher-work marked by delightful imagination,...

    Published May 31st 1998 by Gestalt Press

  3. In Search of Good Form

    Gestalt Therapy with Couples and Families

    By Joseph C. Zinker

    With In Search of Good Form, Joseph Zinker emphasizes seeing and being with as keys to a phenomenological approach in which therapist and patient co-create and mutually articulate their own experiences and meanings. He considers Gestalt field theory, the Gestalt interactive cycle, and Gestalt...

    Published April 30th 1998 by Gestalt Press

  4. Back To the Beanstalk

    Enchantment and Reality for Couples

    By Judith R Brown

    First published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....

    Published April 30th 1998 by Gestalt Press

  5. Adolescence

    Psychotherapy and the Emergent Self

    By Mark McConville

    Many therapists can attest to the fact that adolescents can be difficult and frustating clients-problems are seldom well defined, clearly delineated symptoms are more exception than the rule, and troubling situations often involve the entire family. Gestalt therapist Mark...

    Published January 31st 1998 by Gestalt Press

  6. Body Process

    A Gestalt Approach to Working with the Body in Psychotherapy

    By James I. Kepner

    Traditional psychotherapy approaches, focusing on working with and correcting mental events and conditions, have placed little importance on the fundamentally physical nature of the person. Yet many of the problems people bring to therapy are linked with or manifested in the body--such as obesity,...

    Published October 31st 1997 by Gestalt Press

  7. The Voice of Shame

    Silence and Connection in Psychotherapy

    Edited by Robert G. Lee, Gordon Wheeler

    Shame and shame reactions are two of the most delicate and difficult issues of psychotherapy and are among the most likely to defy our usual dynamic, systemic, and behavioral theories. In this groundbreaking new collection, The Voice of Shame, thirteen distinguished authors show how use of the...

    Published October 31st 1997 by Gestalt Press

  8. On Intimate Ground

    A Gestalt Approach to Working with Couples

    Edited by Gordon Wheeler, Stephanie Backman

    Couples therapy has long been regarded as one of the most demanding forms of psychotherapy because of the way it challenges therapists to combine the insights of dynamic psychology with the power and clarity of systems dynamics. In this exciting new volume, Gordon Wheeler and Stephanie...

    Published December 31st 1996 by Gestalt Press

  9. Crazy Hope and Finite Experience

    Final Essays of Paul Goodman

    Edited by Taylor Stoehr

    From the publication of Growing Up Absurd in 1960 until his death in 1972, Paul Goodman had the ear of the young radicals of the New Left, pouring forth books and articles on education, technology, decentralization, and of course, the war in Vietnam. Yet Goodman saw himself primarily as an...

    Published December 31st 1996 by Gestalt Press

  10. Here Now Next

    Paul Goodman and the Origins of Gestalt Therapy

    By Taylor Stoehr

    Paul Goodman left his mark in a number of fields: he went from being known as a social critic and philosopher of the New Left to poet and literary critic to author of influential works on education (Compulsory Mis-education) and community planning (Communitas). Perhaps his most significant...

    Published December 31st 1996 by Gestalt Press