Course curriculum

    1. The Co-intelligence Institute. Not all differences are the same. httpwww.co-intelligence.orgDifferencesNotTheSame

    1. Bloom, D. (2021). From the night before being contacting the other. The Gestalt Review, 251 p.116-142

    2. Fischer, S. L. (2016). Contact with _self_ and with coaching. Gestalt Review, 20(3), 210-213.

    3. Gwilt, D. (2018). Pushing back at the contact boundary. New Gestalt Voices Vol 3

    4. Kennedy, D. (2012). Breaching the silence accessing acquired worlds at the primordial level.. British Gestalt Journal Vol. 21, No. 2, 29-41

    5. Latner, J. & Nevis, E. (1992). Contact. In E Nevis (Ed.), Gestalt therapy perspectives and applications. Gestalt Institute of Cleveland.

    6. Lichtenberg, P. (1991). Intimacy, autonomy and merging. The Gestalt Journal, 14(1), 30-49.

    7. Lichtenberg, P. (2000). Creating a distinct I and a distinct you in contacting. The Gestalt Journal, 23(2), 41-50.

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

    9. Lichtenberg, P. and Gray, C. (2006). Awareness, contacting and the promotion of democratic egalitarian social life. British Gestalt Journal, Vol.l5, No 2, 20-27 con

    10. Macaluso, M. A. (2015). Beyond the Perls-Goodman model- From the organism-environment field to the relational field. Gestalt Review, 19(3), 233-250.

    11. Merrick, K. (2013). Beyond words the function and value of silence in therapy. British Gestalt Journal, Vol. 22, No. 2, 46-53

    12. Philippson, P. (1990). Awareness, the contact boundary and the field. The Gestalt Journal, 13(2), 73-84.

    13. Robine, J. M. (1991). Contact, the first experience. The Gestalt Journal, 14(1), 50-67.

    14. Robine, J. M. (2003). Intentionality in flesh and blood Toward a psychopathology of fore-contacting. International Gestalt Journal, 26(2), 85-110.

    15. Rosenblatt, D. (1980). The dynamic process of supportcontact. The Gestalt Journal, 3(3), 64-68.

    16. Skolnik, T. (1990). The value of time at the boundary. The Gestalt Journal, 13(2), 43-59.

    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-La Rosa, M. (2016). Contact within the Therapeutic Relationship. Gestalt Today Malta, Vol 1. p.85-96

    19. Spagnuolo Lobb, M. (2006). Malcolm parlett's five abilities and their connection with contemporary scientific theories of human interconnectedness. British Gestalt Journal. Vol. '15. No 2. 36-45

    20. Spagnuolo Lobb, M. (2016). Self as contact, contact as self A contribution to contact experience in Gestalt therapy theory of self. In J. Robine (Ed.), Self A polyphony of contemporary gestalt therapists (pp. 261–289). Exprimerie.

    21. Spagnuolo Lobb, M. (2017). From losses of ego functions to the dance steps between and client. Phenomenology and aesthetics of contact in the psychotherapeutic field. British Gestalt Journal, Vol. 26, No.1, 2837

    22. Stevenson, H. (2016). Coaching at the point of contact- A Gestalt approach. Gestalt Review, 20(3), 260-278.

    23. Wheeler, G. (2003). Contact and creativity The Gestalt cycle in context. httpwww.gestaltpress.comcontact-and-creativity-the-gestalt-cycle-in-context

    24. Yontef, G. M. (1993)(summary of article) Gestalt therapy- An introduction. In Awareness, dialogue and process- Essays on Gestalt therapy (pp. 1-5). The Gestalt Journal Press.

    25. Ziembinski, Z. (2010). Human differences and how we deal with them. DOTS meeting, Melbourne.

    26. Bloom, D. J. (2003) Tiger! Tiger! Burning Bright Aesthetic values as clinical values in Gestalt Therapy. In Spagnuolo Lobb, M. & Amendt-Lyon, N. (Eds.), Creative license The art of Gestalt therapy (pp. 1-16). Springer Publishing.

    27. Spagnuolo Lobb, M. (2013). From the need for aggression to the need for rootedness a Gestalt postmodern clinical and social perspective on conict. British Gestalt Journal, Vol. 22, No. 2, 14-24

    1. Simon, S. N. (2009). Applying Gestalt theory to coaching. Gestalt Review, 13(3), 230-240.

    1. Video lecture on Contact - 103 minute

    1. 5. Contact • Assessment 19 • Concept Map

    2. 5. Contact • Assessment 20 • Reflection Form

    3. 5. Contact • Assessment 21 • Core Readings - Focus summaries / concept maps

    4. 5. Contact • Assessment 22 • Reflection - Contact Events

    5. 5. Contact • Assessment 23 • Reflection - Significant Relationship

About this course

  • $50.00
  • 35 lessons
  • 1.5 hours of video content