Course curriculum

    1. 1. Spinelli, E. (1995). The Notion of The Self. Lecture at Gestalt Therapy Institute of Perth.

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    2. 2. Polster, E. (1990). The Setf in Action: A Gestalt Outlook. Address to the Evolution of Psychotherapy Conference, Anaheim.

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    3. 3. Burley, T. (1999). A phenomenologically based theory of personality. Paper given at the AAGT conference, New York.

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    4. 4. Cahalan, W. (1982). An elaboration of the gestalt personality theory: the experience of self in social relations. The gestalt joumal VI:1 pp40-50

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    5. 5. McLeod, L (1993). The self in gestalt therapy theory. The British gestalt joumal 2, pp25-40.

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    6. 6. Schaffner, B. Characteristics of Character Resistance.

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    7. 7. Schaffner, B. Narcissm.

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    8. 8. Schaeffner, B. Resistance.

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    9. 9. Earley,J.(1999).Introductionto thePatternSystemforPsychotherapy.http:::www.earley. org:Pattems:introduction_to_the_pattem_syst.htm

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    10. 10. Lyleson, E. (1999). Personality and Personal Evolution: The Enneagram.

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    11. 11. Yontef, G. (1987). Assimilating Diagnostic and Psychoanalytic Perspectives into Gestalt Therapy. The Gestalt Journal, Vox XI, No 1.

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    12. 12. Burley, T & Freier, M.C. (2004). Character Structure: A Gestalt-Cogitive Theory. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training. Vol 41 No 3, 321-331.

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    13. 13. Rosenberg, J., Rand,M. & Asay D. (1985). Body, self and soul: sustaining integration. Humanics., Atlanta

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    14. 14. (Unknown author). Appendix: The Sixteen Types.

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    15. 15. Johnson, S. (1985). Characterological Transformation. W.W. Norton & Co, New York

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    16. 16. Totton, N. (2001). Character and Personality Types. Open University Press, Bucidngham.

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    17. 17. Stern, D. (1985). Perspectives and Approaches to Infancy, Chapter 2. in The Interpersonal World of the Infant. Basic Boolcs, New York.

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    18. 18. Anodea, J. (2004). Eastern Body Western Mind. Celestial Arts, Berkeley.

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    19. 19. Enneagram Institute (2007). Enneagram Outline. [Online] Available http:::enneagramsydney.com.au [29:11:07]

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    20. 20. Smith, D. (2008). The Four Temperaments. Availablehttp:::www.fisheaters.com:fourtemperaments. html [20:01:09]

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    21. 21. Lee, R. (2009). Scapegoating from the Inside Out:a Gestalt Understanding and Intervention. Personal correspondence.

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    22. 22. Helminen P. (1999) Discovering our potential....An introduction to Character Types.Available http: :www.uta.fi:FAST:AK11:SPE:ph-poten.htrn1 [20:01:09]

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    23. Assessment no 26-1

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    24. Assessment no 26-2

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    25. Assessment no 26-3

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    1. Video lecture on Character and Personality Systems - 222 minute

About this course

  • $55.00
  • 26 lessons
  • 3.5 hours of video content