Course curriculum

    1. Video lecture on Shame - 1 hour 18 minute

    1. Stevenson, H. (2016). Coaching at the point of contact A Gestalt approach. httpwww.clevelandconsultinggroup.comarticlescoaching-at-the-point-of-contact.php

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    2. Brownell, P. (2015). Chapter 33- Perceiving you perceiving me- Self-conscious emotions and Gestalt therapy.

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    3. Wheeler, G. (2002). Shame and belonging Homers Iliad and the Western ethical tradition. International Gestalt Journal, 25(2), 95-120.

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    4. Erskine, R. (1995). A Gestalt therapy approach to shame and self-righteousness Theory and methods. Originally published in British Gestalt Journal, 4(2), 108-117.

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    5. Resnick, R. (1997). The recursive loop of shame An alternate Gestalt therapy viewpoint. Gestalt Review, 1(3), 256-269.

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    6. Jacobs, L. (2017). On dignity, a sense of dignity, and inspirational shame. Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 37(6), 380–394.

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    7. Lee, R.G. (1995). Gestalt & Shame the foundation for a clearer understanding of field dynamics. The British Gestalt journal, 4(1), 14-22.

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    8. Fuhr, R., & Gremmler-Fuhr, M. (1997). Shame as a normal and sometimes dysfunctional experience A response to the article by Leslie S. GreenbergSandra C. Paivio and Gordon Wheeler on shame. Gestalt Review, 1(3), 245-255.

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    9. McConville, M. (2011). The voice of shame- Silence and connecting in psychotherapy (1996). Gestalt Review, 15(3), 239-249.

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    10. Jacobs, L. (1995). Shame in the therapeutic dialogue. The British Gestalt Journal, 4(2), 86-90.

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    11. Lee, R. (1994). Couples Shame The Unaddressed Issue. In Wheeler, G. & Backman, S. On Intimate Ground (pp. 262-289). Jossey-Bass.

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    12. Gillie, M. (2000). Shame and bulimia - A sickness of the soul. Britsh Gestalt Journal, 9(2), 98-104.

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    13. Lavan, T. (1992). Understanding and Working With Shame A Gestalt Therapy Perspective. At the Boundary, Gestalt Therapy Insititue of Perth Newslettter, 9(2), 1-7.

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    14. Wheeler, G. (1995). Shame in two paradigms of therapy. British Gestalt Journal, 4(2), 76-85.

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    15. Joyce, P., & Sills, C. (2004). Chapter 7 Strengthening support. In Skills in Gestalt Counselling & Psychotherapy (pp. 83-97). Sage Publications.

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    16. Wheeler, G. (1997). Self and shame A Gestalt approach. Gestalt Review, 1(3), 221-244.

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    17. Greenberg, L., & Paivio, S. (1997). Varieties of shame experience in psychotherapy. Gestalt Review, 1(3), 205-219.

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    1. Greenberg, L. S., & Iwakabe, S. (2011). Emotion-focused therapy and shame. In J. P. Tangney & R. Dearing (Eds.), Shame in the therapy hour (pp. 69-90). American Psychological Association.

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    2. Epstein, N. B., & Falconier, M. K. (2011). Shame in couple therapy Helping to heal the intimacy bond. In J. P. Tangney & R. Dearing (Eds.), Shame in the therapy hour (pp. 167-193). American Psychological Association.

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    3. Gilbert, P. (2011). Shame in psychotherapy and the role of compassion focused therapy. In J. P. Tagney & R. Dearing (Eds.), Shame in the therapy hour (pp. 325-354). American Psychological Association.

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    4. Farrelly, F., & Brandsma, J. (1974). Excerpt from Provocative Therapy. Meta Publications.

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    5. Bedford, O. A. (2004). The individual experience of guilt and shame in Chinese culture. Culture & Psychology, 10(1), 29-52.

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    6. Herman, J. L. (2007). Shattered shame states and their repair. Harvard Medical School.

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    7. Cozens, S. (2020). This will go down on your permanent record Redeeming shame in a world that doesnt forget. In Shame 4.0 Investigation an emotion in digital worlds and the fourth industrial revolution (pp. 355-367). Springer.

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    8. Ladany, N., Klinger, R., & Kulp, L. (2011). Therapist shame Implications for therapy and supervision. In J. P. Tagney & R. Dearing (Eds.), Shame in the therapy hour (pp. 307-322). American Psychological Association.

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    9. Children of the Code. Compass of shame. httpschildrenofthecode.orglibraryrefscompassofshame

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    10. McGraw, J. S., & Tantillo, M. (2011). Body image and eating disorders A compelling source of shame for women. In J. P. Tagney & R. Dearing (Eds.), Shame in the therapy hour (pp. 277-303). American Psychological Association.

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    11. Rizvi, S. L., et al. (2011). The role of shame in the development and treatment of borderline personality disorder. In J. P. Tangney & R. Dearing (Eds.), Shame in the therapy hour (pp. 237-260). American Psychological Association.

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    12. Department of Education. (2019). PSDP Resources and tools. The compass of shame.

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    13. Hulstrand, K. L. (2015). Shame - The good, the bad and the ugly Therapist perspectives. St. Catherine University.

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    14. Potter-Efron, R. T. (2011). Therapy with shame-prone alcoholic and drug-dependent clients. In J. P. Tangney & R. Dearing (Eds.), Shame in the therapy hour (pp. 219-235). American Psychological Association.

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    15. Tangney, J. P., & Dearing, R. L. (2011). Working with shame in the therapy hour Summary and integration. In J. P. Tangney & R. Dearing (Eds.), Shame in the therapy hour (pp. 375-404). American Psychological Association._unlocked_original

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    16. Shapiro, E. L., & Powers, T. A. (2011). Shame and the paradox of group therapy. In J. P. Tangney & R. Dearing (Eds.), Shame in the therapy hour (pp. 115-135). American Psychological Association.

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    17. Hanscombe, E. (2012). On hiding- Shame and the desire for revenge. Psychotherapy in Australia, 19(1), 14–21.

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    18. Bird, J. (2000). The Hearts Narrative. Edge Press, Auckland. Excerpts chapter 9, Disconnection and Desperation.

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    19. Teyber, E., McClure, F. H., & Weathers, R. (2011). Shame in families Transmission across generations. In J. P. Tangney & R. Dearing (Eds.), Shame in the therapy hour (pp. 137-166). American Psychological Association.

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    20. Stolorow, R. D. (2010). The shame family An outline of the phenomenology of patterns of emotional experience that have shame at their core. International Journal of Psychoanalytic Self Psychology, 5(3), 367-368.

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About this course

  • $20.00
  • 44 lessons
  • 1.5 hours of video content