Course curriculum

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    2. Clark, D. (1999). Growing older or growing up. In Chicken soup foe the college soul Inspiring and humorous stories about college. httpswww.snopes.comfact-checknever-too-old-to-live-your-dream.

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    5. Langle, A. (2003). The Search for Meaning in Life and the Fundamental Existential Motivations. Psychotherapy in Australia, 10(1), 22-27.

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    1. Barlow, A. R. (1986). The role of semantics in Gestalt therapy. The Gestalt Journal, 9(2), 67-76.

    2. Bloom, D. (2001). The song of the self Language and Gestalt therapy. The Gestalt Journal, 24(2), 31-44.

    3. Briedis, M. (2009). Phenomenology of freedom and responsibility in Sartres existentialist ethics. Santalka, 17(3), 71-82.

    4. Clark, A. (1981). Developmental Gestalten in adulthood. The Gestalt Journal, 4(2), 55-72.

    5. Crocker, S. F. (1983). Truth and foolishness in the Gestalt prayer. The Gestalt Journal, 5(1), 4-15.

    6. Crocker, S.F. (1993). Gestalt Magic. The British Gestalt Journal, 2, 96-103.

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    8. Ketcham, C. (2018). The human Gestalt. The Human Prospect, 7(2), 22-28.

    9. Koprek, I. (2016). Responsibility. Ethical Imperative of Humanity. Gestalt Today Malta, Vol 1. p.127-136

    10. Korb, M. P. (1984). Therepeutic steps and processes in maturation A Gestalt approach. The Gestalt Journal, 8(2), 43-59.

    11. Korb, M. P. (1999). Redefining maturity and maturational processes. The Gestalt Journal, 22(2), 7-30.

    12. Lichtenberg, P. (2012). Inclusive and exclusive aggression- Some (Gestalt) reflections. Gestalt Review, 16(2), 145-161.

    13. Perls, F. (1973). Peeling the Onion. In The Gestalt Approach and Eyewitness to Therapy, Bantam Books, NY pp74-85.

    14. Perls, L. (1992). Chapter 15 Commitment. Living at the Boundary. The Gestalt Journal. Pp221-226.

    15. Rogers, R., & Ridker, M. (1981). Dynamics of pathalogical aggression from a Gestalt therapy program. The Gestalt Journal, 4(1), 65-73.

    16. Schoen, S. (1984). A note on Gestalt responsibility and Buddhist non-attachment. The Gestalt Journal, 7(2), 70-75.

    17. Skovgaard, R. (2015). The question of anger- On Frank and Barbara Staemmler's criqitue of Perls. Gestalt Review, 19(3), 195-211.

    18. Smith, E. W. L. (1998). At the cusp of being and becoming The growing edge phenomenon. The Gestalt Journal, 21(2), 9-19.

    19. Soggie, N. A. (2009). Thinking, relating and choosing Resolving the issue of faith, ethics and the existential responsibility of the individual. The Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology, 9(2), 1-5.

    20. Staemmler, F.M. (2020). Human suffering and the vicissitudes of personal responsibility in the course of psychotherapy. British Gestalt Journal Vol. 29, No. 1, p.1220

    21. Tobin, S.A. Wholeness and Self Support, in J.O. (ed) (1975). Gestalt is. Real People Press, Utah, pp129-149.

    22. Ziembinski, Z. (1986). Self support and Gestalt therapy. At the Boundary, 3(4), 316.

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    2. Focus Psychological Services. (2021). Exercising self-responsibility.httpsfocuspsychservices.comimagesPDFFILE-20170811-1455HGDQT1GTVSC8

    3. Foster, H. L., & Biernat, N. A. (2001). Conscious and unconscious teacheradministrator behavior and conflict Three related studies.

    4. Kador, J. (2009). In Effective apology - Mending fences, building bridges, and restoring trust (pp. 183–211). Berrett-Koehler Publishers.

    5. Kegan, R., & Lahey, L. L. (2007). Chapter 2 From the language of blame to the language of personal responsibility. In How the way we talk can change the way we work (pp. 33-46). Jossey-Bass.

    6. Manser, A. (1991). Existentialism. Cogito, 5(2), 16.

    7. Ross, K. L. (2003). Existentialism. The proceedings of the Friesian School, fourth series. httpswww.friesian.comexistent.htm.

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    9. Spinelli, E. (2010). Personal correspondence.

    10. Spinelli, E. (2014). Responsibility. In Practicing existential therapy - The relational world (pp. 45–46). Sage Publications.

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    14. Zur, O. Psychology of victimhood - Reflections on a culture of victims and how psychotherapy fuels the victim industry. Zur Institute.

    1. Duckles, A. (2015). The reach of words.

    2. Jacobs, L. (2006). That which enables - Support as complex and contextually emergent. British Gestalt Journal, 15(2), 1–24.

    3. Papidze, A. (2019). Gestalt therapy as a process of liberation. New Gestalt Voices Vol 4. p.52-60

    1. Video lecture on Responsibility - 236 minute

    1. 4. Responsibility • Assessment 15 • Concept Map

    2. 4. Responsibility • Assessment 16 • Reflection Form

    3. 4. Responsibility • Assessment 17 • Core Readings - Focus summaries / concept maps

    4. 4. Responsibility • Assessment 18 • Essay - Can’t and Won’t

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