Course curriculum

    1. Racklin, M. (2022). Show some emotion The doomed quest to taxonomize human feelings. The Baffler. httpsthebaffler.comlatestshow-some-emotion-racklin_utm_source=pocket&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=pockethits

    1. Bloom, D. (2019). From sentience to sapience- The awareness-consciousness continuum and the lifeworld. Gestalt Review, 23(1), 18-43.

    2. Bocian, B. (1998). Gestalt therapy and psychoanalysis Toward a better understanding of a figure-ground relationship. Gestalt Review, 2(3), 232-252.

    3. Clarkson, P. (1989). The healthy cycle and its application to the counselling process. In Gestalt counselling in action (1st ed., pp. 2739). Sage Publications.

    4. Cole, P. H. (1998). Affective process in psychotherapy A Gestalt therapists view. The Gestalt Journal, 21(1), 47-70.

    5. Gaffney, S. (2009). The cycle of experience re-cycled- Then, now..next_ Gestalt Review, 13(1), 7-23.

    6. Glinnwater, J. T. (2000). Gestalt therapy Treatment of the affective self. The Gestalt Journal, 28(2), 81-97.

    7. Greenberg, S. L. (2002). Working with emotion. International Gestalt Journal, 25(2), 31-57.

    8. Melnick, J. & Roos, S. (2007). The Myth of ClosureGestalt Review, 11(2), 90-107

    9. Miller, M. V. (2002). The aesthetics of commitment What Gestalt therapists can learn from Cezzane and Miles Davis. International Gestalt Journal, 25(1), 109-122.

    10. Root, R. W. (1996). The Gestalt cycle of experience as a theoretical framework for conceptualizing the attention deficit disorder. The Gestalt Journal, 29(2), 9-50.

    11. Sabar, S. (2013). What's a Gestalt_ Gestalt Review, 17(1), 6-34.

    12. Shane, P. (2003). An illegitimate child The relationship between Gestalt psychology and Gestalt therapy. International Gestalt Journal, 26(2), 23-46.

    13. Sherrill, R. E. (1986). Gestalt therapy and Gestalt psychology. The Gestalt Journal, 9(2), 53-66.

    14. Spagnuolo Lobb, M. (1992). Childbirth as re-birth of the mother A psychological model of training for childbirth by the Gestalt therapy approach. The Gestalt Journal, 25(1), 7-38.

    15. Spagnuolo Lobb, M. (2018). Aesthetic relational knowledge of the field- A revised concept of awareness in Gestalt therapy and contemporary psychiatry. Gestalt Review, 22(1), 50-68.

    16. Staemmler, F. M. (2002). The here and now A critical analysis. British Gestalt Journal, 11(1), 21-32.

    17. Stevens, J. O. (1971). Awareness. In Awareness- exploring, experimenting, experiencing (pp. 5–15). Real People Press.

    18. Theodorou, P. (2011). Watching my personal lm, or conguring an image-like symbolic process representation. British Gestalt Journal, Vol. 20, No. 1, 34-41

    19. Van Dusen, W. (1975). Invoking the actual. In J. O. Stevens (Ed.), Gestalt is (pp. 75–86). Real People Press.

    20. Wallen, R. (1957). Gestalt therapy and Gestalt psychology. Ohio Psychological Association Meeting, Ohio, United States.

    1. Crenshaw, T. L., & Crenshaw, R. T. (2016). Dealing with anger. In M. Foreman (Ed.), Expressing feelings workbook (pp. 1–10).

    2. Crenshaw, T. L., & Crenshaw, R. T. (2016). Exploring the scope of feelings - Self-responsibility. In M. Foreman (Ed.), Expressing feelings workbook (pp. 1–19)

    3. Crenshaw, T. L., & Crenshaw, R. T. (2016). Identifying the sequence of feelings. In M. Foreman (Ed.), Expressing feelings workbook (pp. 1–10).

    4. Margery, M. Hey, listen to your emotions. Mind Journal. https-__themindsjournal.com_hey-listen-emotions_.

    5. McNeilly, R. B. (2007). Emotions in counselling. The Centre of Effective Therapy Hobart; North Hobart.

    6. The Hoffman Institute. (2013). Feelings list.

    7. Waters Center for Systems Thinking. (2019). Habits of a systems thinker. httpswaterscenterst.orgwp-contentuploads201403habits-onepage-2019-cc.pdf#page=1&view=FitH

    1. Barlow, A. R. (1981). Gestalt-antecedent influence or historical accident. The Gestalt Journal, 4(2), 1–11.

    2. Bloom, D. (2012). Sensing animals_knowing persons- A challenge to some basic ideas in Gestalt therapy. In T. Bar-Yoseph Levine (Ed.), Gestalt therapy- Advances in theory and practice (pp. 71–82). Routledge.

    3. Clarkson, P. (2013). Gestalt cycle of organismic healthy self-regulation. In Gestalt counselling in action (pp. 22–25). Sage Publications.

    4. Henle, M. (1978). Gestalt psychology and Gestalt therapy. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 14(1), 23–32.

    5. Marriott, M. (2019). From burnout to the fertile void. New Gestalt Voices Vol 5. p.42-46

    6. Plagens, C. M. (2015). The Gestalt model of evolutionary creative process. Gestalt Review, 19(2), 144-161.

    7. Sherrill, R. E. (1986). Gestalt therapy and Gestalt psychology. The Gestalt Journal, 9, 53–66.

    8. Skottun, G. (2022). From awareness to attention and consciousness. Gestalt Review, Vol 261 p.4-62

    9. Stevenson, H. (2013). Chapter two - Gestalt cycle of experience.

    1. Video lecture on Awareness and Figure Ground - 147 minute

    1. Quiz on Awareness and Figure Ground

About this course

  • $75.00
  • 44 lessons
  • 2.5 hours of video content