Course curriculum

    1. Video lecture on Groupwork - 77 minute

    1. Bloom, D. (2008). In pursuit of Gestalt therapy group process- Group process as a self process.

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    2. Frew, J. (2019). Gestalt groups 2018 and beyond- Alternate tunings required. Gestalt Review, 23(2), 165-186.

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    3. Gaffney, S. (2008). Steps towards a practice of Gestalt with groups A mini-manual for beginners. Gestalt Journal of Australia and New Zealand, 5(1), 32-51.

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    4. Gaffney, S. (2006). Gestalt with groups- A cross-cultural perspective. Gestalt Review, 10(3), 205–218.

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    5. Fine, L. J. Guidelines to enhance groups.

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    6. Earley, J. (1999). Fostering interpersonal norms in a Gestalt group. httpwww.earley.orgGroupTherapyfostering_interpersonal_norms.htm

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    7. Kaliteyevskaya, E. R. Paradoxical sociometry- An attempt to integrate Gestalt and group dynamic approaches.

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    8. Greenbery, E. (2019). Group therapy with borderline, narcissistic, and schizoid adaptations. Gestalt Review, 23(2), 129-150.

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    9. 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.

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    10. Kepner, E. (1994). Gestalt group process. Beyond the Hot Seat Gestalt Approaches to Group. The Gestalt Journal Press.

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    11. Lee, R. (2009). Scapegoating from the inside out A Gestalt understanding and intervention. Personal correspondence.

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    12. Polster, E. (2019). Group therapy- Sources of enchantment. Gestalt Review, 23(2), 113-128.

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    13. Cole, P. (2013). In the shadow of the leader- Power, reflections, and dialogue in Gestalt group therapy. Gestalt Review, 17(2), 178-188.

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    14. Huckabay, M. A. (1992). An overview of the theory and practice of Gestalt group process. In E. C. Nevis (Ed.), Gestalt therapy Perspectives and applications (pp. 303330). Gestalt Press.

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    15. Yalom, I. D., & Leszcz, M. (2008). Gestalt group therapy. In The theory and practice of group psychotherapy (pp. 1–11). Basic Books.

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    16. Schoenberg, P., Feder, B., Frew, J., & Gadol, I. (2005). Gestalt therapy in groups. In A. L. Woldt & S. M. Toman (Eds.), Gestalt therapy History, theory, and practice (pp. 116). Sage Publications.

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    17. Manchester Gestalt Centre. (1998). Field theory and group process.httpmgestaltc.force9.co.ukarticle24.htm.

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    18. Frew, J. E. (1997). A Gestalt therapy theory application to the practice of good leadership. Gestalt Review, 1(2), 131-149.

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    19. Stevens, J.O. (1971). To the group leader or teacher. In Awareness, exploring, experimenting, experiencing (pp. 143-154). Real People Press.

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About this course

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