Course curriculum

    1. Laagay, A. (2015). Minding the gap - Of indifference - Approaching performance philosophy with Salamo Friedlaender (1871-1946). Performance Philosophy, 1, 65–73.

    1. Amendt-Lyon, N. (2020). How can a void be fertile_ Implications of Friedlaenders creative indifference for Gestalt therapy theory and practice. Gestalt Review, 24(2), 142-162.

    2. Campbell, S. (1977). Working through the power-vulnerability polarity A case study in Gestalt therapy. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 8(2), 91-96.

    3. Chew-Helbig, N. (2020). Amendt-Lyon Creative indifference and Gestalt psychotherapy. httpsnikhelbig.attagfertile-void

    4. Frambach, L. (2003). The weighty world of nothingness Salamo Friedlaender's creative indifference. In Spagnuolo Lobb, M. & Amendt-Lyon, N. (Eds.), Creative license The art of Gestalt therapy (pp. 113–127). Springer.

    5. Hll, K. (2020). Polarity Principle, Creative Indifference, and the Revolution of Egoism Salamo Friedlaenders Impact on the Theory of Gestalt Therapy. The Gestalt Review, Vol 242 p.178-199

    6. Masquelier, G. (1999) Existential pressures. In Gestalt therapy Living creatively today (pp. 75-90). Vouloir Sa Vie.

    7. Staemmler, F. M. (2013). Pain and beauty. Gestalt Review, 17(3), 245-262.

    8. Thorne, S. (1974). Translations of Gestalt theory into technique Polarities and centering. The Counseling Psychologist, 4(4), 31-33.

    9. Ziembinski, Z. (1996). The Notion of Polarities in Gestalt Therapy. 25th European Summer Residential Training Program, de Cardona, Spain.

    10. Zinker, J. (1977). Polarities and conflicts. In Creative process in Gestalt therapy (pp. 195235). Vintage.

    1. Video lecture on Polarities - 50 minute

    1. Quiz on Polarities

    1. 7. Polarities • Assessment 27 • Concept Map

    2. 7. Polarities • Assessment 28 • Reflection Form

    3. 7. Polarities • Assessment 29 • Core Readings - Focus summaries / concept maps

About this course

  • $25.00
  • 16 lessons
  • 1 hour of video content