Course curriculum

    1. Bloom, D. (2008). In pursuit of Gestalt therapy group process- Group process as a self process.

    2. Cole, P. (2013). In the shadow of the leader- Power, reflections, and dialogue in Gestalt group therapy. Gestalt Review, 17(2), 178-188.

    3. Earley, J. (1999). Fostering interpersonal norms in a Gestalt group. httpwww.earley.orgGroupTherapyfostering_interpersonal_norms.htm

    4. Fine, L. J. Guidelines to enhance groups.

    5. Frew, J. (2019). Gestalt groups 2018 and beyond- Alternate tunings required. Gestalt Review, 23(2), 165-186.

    6. Frew, J. E. (1986). The functions and patterns of occurrence of individual contact styles during the developmental phases of the Gestalt group. The Gestalt Journal, 9(1), 55-70.

    7. Frew, J. E. (1997). A Gestalt therapy theory application to the practice of good leadership. Gestalt Review, 1(2), 131-149.

    8. Gaffney, S. (2006). Gestalt with groups- A cross-cultural perspective. Gestalt Review, 10(3), 205–218.

    9. Gaffney, S. (2008). Steps towards a practice of Gestalt with groups A mini-manual for beginners. Gestalt Journal of Australia and New Zealand, 5(1), 32-51.

    10. Greenbery, E. (2019). Group therapy with borderline, narcissistic, and schizoid adaptations. Gestalt Review, 23(2), 129-150.

    11. Huckabay, M. A. (1992). An overview of the theory and practice of Gestalt group process. In E. C. Nevis (Ed.), Gestalt therapy Perspectives and applications (pp. 303330). Gestalt Press.

    12. Kaliteyevskaya, E. R. Paradoxical sociometry- An attempt to integrate Gestalt and group dynamic approaches.

    13. Kepner, E. (1994). Gestalt group process. Beyond the Hot Seat Gestalt Approaches to Group. The Gestalt Journal Press.

    14. Kincel, A. (2015). Large groups, collective gestalts and prejudices - autoethnographic reections on attending large groups in training. British Gestalt Journal, Vol. 24, No. 1, 4553

    15. Lee, R. (2009). Scapegoating from the inside out A Gestalt understanding and intervention. Personal correspondence.

    16. Manchester Gestalt Centre. (1998). Field theory and group process.httpmgestaltc.force9.co.ukarticle24.htm.

    17. Polster, E. (2019). Group therapy- Sources of enchantment. Gestalt Review, 23(2), 113-128.

    18. Schoenberg, P., Feder, B., Frew, J., & Gadol, I. (2005). Gestalt therapy in groups. In A. L. Woldt & S. M. Toman (Eds.), Gestalt therapy History, theory, and practice (pp. 116). Sage Publications.

    19. Stevens, J.O. (1971). To the group leader or teacher. In Awareness, exploring, experimenting, experiencing (pp. 143-154). Real People Press.

    20. Yalom, I. D., & Leszcz, M. (2008). Gestalt group therapy. In The theory and practice of group psychotherapy (pp. 1–11). Basic Books.

    1. Aylward, J. (2015). Groups, teams, and groupwork revisited- A theory, methodology, and practice for the 21st century (book review). Gestalt Review, 19(3), 260-262.

    2. Bowman, C. (2019). New directions in Gestalt group therapy- Relational ground, authentic self (book review). Gestalt Review, 23(2), 187-190.

    3. Britcher, J. (2016). Coach development group- Applying the Cape Cod Model of Change. Gestalt Review, 20(3), 289-295.

    4. Desmond, B. (2019). Collaborative inquiry as research- An exploration of embodied Gestalt group supervision. Gestalt Review, 23(1), 44-66.

    5. Feder, B. (2008). An early Gestalt therapy group leader- A. Lincoln. Gestalt Review, 12(3), 284-294.

    6. Houston, G. (2005). The Gestalt group alive. The history, development, and application of Gestalt Group theory. An address to the Gestalt Centre at their 35th anniversary, London.

    7. Kolmannskog (2014). Gestalt Approaches to Gender Identity Issues A Case Study of a Transgender Therapy Group in Oslo. Gestalt Review, 18(3)244-260,

    8. Papacostaki, M. (2012). Gestalt group therapy- A practical guide. Gestalt Review, 16(1), 115-117.

    1. Video lecture on Groupwork - 77 minute

    1. 21. Groupwork • Assessment 83 • Concept Map

    2. 21. Groupwork • Assessment 84 • Reflection Form

    3. 21. Groupwork • Assessment 85 • Core Readings - Focus summaries / concept maps

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