Course curriculum

    1. 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, 28–37

    1. Breshgold, E. (1989). Resistance in Gestalt therapy An historical theoretical perspective. The Gestalt Journal, 12(2), 73-102.

    2. Clarkson, P. (1989). Dysfunctions and disturbances in the cycle. In Gestalt counselling in action (pp. 41-58). Sage Publications.

    3. Cole, P. (1994). Resistance to awareness A Gestalt therapy perspective. The Gestalt Journal, 17(1), 71-94.

    4. Crocker, S. F. (1981). Proflection. The Gestalt Journal, 4(2), 13-111.

    5. Francesetti, G. (2012). Pain and beauty From the psychopathology to the aesthetics of contact. British Gestalt Journal, 21(2), 4-18.

    6. Frank, R. (2003). Embodying creativity The therapy process and its developmental foundation. British Gestalt Journal, 12(1), 22-30.

    7. 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.

    8. Harman, R. L. (1982). Gestalt therapy theory Working at the contact boundaries. The Gestalt Journal, 5(1), 39-48.

    9. Humphrey, K. K., & Bloom, D. (2018). Contact interruptions (2003). Gestalt Review, 22(1), 91-106.

    10. Joyce, P., & Sills, C. (2004) Chapter 9 Modifications to contact. In Skills in Gestalt counselling & psychotherapy (pp. 112-129).. Sage Publications.

    11. Latner, J. (1982). The thresher of time On love and freedom in Gestalt therapy. The Gestalt Journal, 5(1), 28-38.

    12. Latner, J. (1992). Contact Boundary Disturbances. In Gestalt Therapy Perspectives & Applications.

    13. Perls, F. (1981). Neurotic mechanisms. In The Gestalt approach and eyewitness to therapy (pp. 25-43). Bantam Books.

    14. Schaler, J. A. (1980). Taste factor in autonomous function. The Gestalt Journal, 3(2), 21-33.

    15. Sills, C., Fish. S., & Lapworth, P. (1996). Chapter 6 The Formation and Completion of Gestalts. Gestalt Counselling. Winslow Press. pp41-76.

    16. Simon, L. A. (1996). The nature of the introject and its implications foe Gestalt therapy. The Gestalt Journal, 19(2), 109-130.

    17. Smith, E. W. L. (1986). Retroflection The forms of non-enactment. The Gestalt Journal, 9(1), 36-54.

    18. Swanson, J. L. (1980). The morality of conscience and the morality of the organism Valuing from the Gestalt point of view. The Gestalt Journal, 3(2), 71-85.

    19. Swanson, J. L. (1988). Boundary processes and boundary states A proposed revision of the Gestalt theory of boundary disturbances. The Gestalt Journal, 11(2), 5-94.

    20. Zinker, J. (1978). Goals and aspirations. In Creative process in Gestalt therapy (pp. 96-122). New York, NY Vintage Books.

    1. Video lecture on Contact Boundary Phenomenon - 174 minute

    1. 6. Contact Boundary phenomenon • Assessment 24 • Concept Map

    2. 6. Contact Boundary phenomenon • Assessment 25 • Reflection Form

    3. 6. Contact Boundary phenomenon • Assessment 26 • Core Readings - Focus summaries / concept maps

About this course

  • $90.00
  • 25 lessons
  • 3 hours of video content