Course curriculum

    1. Video lecture on Paradoxical Theory of Change - 60 minute

    1. GO Center. (2021). The influence of Tao, zen and Buddhism on Gestalt coaching. httpswww.linkedin.compulseinfluence-tao-zen-buddhism-gestalt-coaching-go-center

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    2. Beisser, A. (2001). Paradoxical theory of change. The Gestalt Journal, 24(2), 87-92.

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    3. Maurer, R. (2003). Using the paradoxical theory of change in organizations. Gestalt Review, 7(3), 252-260.

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    4. Jacobs, L. (2020). Engaged surrender The polarity of dialogue in Gestalt therapy. Gestalt Review, 24(2), 163177.

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    5. Denes, M. (1997). Paradoxes in the therapeutic relationship. The Gestalt Journal, 20(2), 75-92.

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    6. Stevenson, H. Paradox- A Gestalt theory of change. Herb Stevenson.

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    7. Yontef, G. M., & Fuhr, R. (2005). Gestalt therapy theory of change. In A. L. Woldt & S. M. Toman (Eds.), Gestalt therapy History, theory, and practice (pp. 118). Sage Publications.

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    8. Stevens, J.O. (1975). Hypnosis, intention and wakefullness. In J. O. Stevens (ed.)., Stevens, Gestalt Is (pp. 247-259). Real People Press.

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    9. Marmgren, L. (1998). Change Some speculations based on comparing Gestalt and complexity theory. Gestalt Review, 2(1), 28-47.

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    10. Seltzer, L. F. (1984). The role of paradox in Gestalt theory and technique. The Gestalt Journal, 7(2), 31-42.

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    11. Van Dusen, W. (1958). Wu Wei, No-Mind and the Fertile Void in Psychotherapy . In A. Molino (Ed.), The couch and the tree Dialogues in psychoanalysis and Buddhism (pp. 8793). essay, North Point Press.

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    12. Seltzer, L. (1986). Chapter 4 Gestalt Therapy. Paradoxical Strategies in Psychotherapy A Comprehensive Overview and Guidebook. New York John Wiley and Sons. Pp72-83.

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About this course

  • $15.00
  • 24 lessons
  • 1 hour of video content