Course curriculum

    1. del Pozo, H., & Hellinger, B. (1999). Unravelling family secrets. httpbertchile.iwarp.comHellingerFamily

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    2. Dimitrov, V (1998). Introduction to the Key Concepts of Complexity Science.

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    3. Sheldrake, R. (2008). Morphic resonance and morphic fields - An introduction. Rupert Sheldrake. httpswww.sheldrake.orgresearchmorphic-resonanceintroduction.

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    4. Cabrera, D. (2015). The 6 sacred cows of systems thinking. httpsblog.cabreraresearch.orgsacred-cows-of-systems-thinking-emergence

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    5. Blatner, A. (1985). Looking at relationships. In Foundations of psychodrama (1st ed., pp. 81ΓÇô89)

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    6. Hyland, M. E. (2001). The intelligent body. New Scientist, 12.

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    7. Goodman, M., & Karash, R. (1995). Six steps to thinking systemically. The Systems Thinker, 6(2), 16ΓÇô18.

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    8. Waters Center for Systems Thinking. (2019). Habits of a systems thinker.

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    9. Bird, J. (2000). Working with time. In The heart's narrative -Therapy and navigating life's contradictions (pp. 233ΓÇô241). Edge Press.

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    10. Catalina Foothills School District & Waters Foundation (2007). Systems Thinking Rubric. Systems Thinking in Schools Partnership

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    11. Williamson, D. (1999). Face to face. In Two plays (pp. 74ΓÇô125). Currency Press.

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    12. Stroh, D. P. (2010). Identifying and breaking vicious cycles. The Systems Thinker, 20(10), 7ΓÇô8.

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    13. Engel, G. L. (1980). The clinical application of the biopsychosocial model. The American Journal of Psychiatry, 137(5), 535ΓÇô544.

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    14. Assessment no 3-1

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    15. Assessment no 3-2

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    16. Assessment no 3-3

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    17. Assessment no 3-4

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    18. Assessment no 3-5

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    19. Assessment no 3-6

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    1. Video lecture on Field Theory - 207 minute

    2. Gunther, SV (2021). Entanglements and flow in the family field. Qineticare - 64 minute

    1. Qineticare Webinar series “Embracing Change” - The Family Field – Entanglements and Flow (Vinay Gunther)

    1. Macaluso, M. A. (2015). Beyond the Perls-Goodman model- From the organism-environment field to the relational field. Gestalt Review, 19(3), 233-250.

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    2. Rubenfeld, F. (2011). Cocreating the field- Intention and practice in the age of complexity (2009). Gestalt Review, 15(3), 321-326.

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    3. Gibson, R. (1998). 1st Australian Gestalt Conference. Perth.

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    4. Schoch de Neuforn, S. (2001). Considering the field in the Gestalt therapy clinic. Australian Gestalt Journal, 5, 39ΓÇô47.

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    5. Stevenson, H. (2018). Holism, field theory, systems thinking, and Gesalt consulting- How each informs the other - Part 2, practical application. Gesalt Review, 22(2), 189-207.

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    6. Lobb, M. S. (2019). The paradigm of reciprocity- How to radically respect spontaneity in clinical practice. Gestalt Review, 23(3), 232-260.

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    7. Neumann, J. E. (2005). Kurt Lewin at the Tavistock Institute. Educational Action Research, 13(1), 119-136.

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    8. Rubenfeld, F. (2009). Reflections- Field theory and transcendent experiences. Gestalt Review, 13(3), 296-301.

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    9. Gerunde, H., & Kampmann, V. (1996). Disease and suffering - the Gestalt approach as an alternative to the medical model. The British Gestalt Journal, 5(2), 84ΓÇô91.

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    10. Mearra, A. (1999). The butterfly effect in therapy Not every flap of a butterflys wing... Gestalt Review, 3(3), 205-225.

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    11. Parlett, M. (1991). Reflections on field theory. The British Gestalt Journal, 1, 6891.

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    12. Parlett, M. (2011). Beyond individualism- Toward a new understanding of self, relationship, and experience (2000). Gestalt Review, 15(3), 271-280.

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    13. Roberts, A. (1999). Digging up the bodies. The British Gestalt Journal, 8(2), 134ΓÇô137.

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    14. Frew, J. (1992). From the perspective of the environment. The Gestalt Journal, 15(1), 39-60.

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    15. Yontef, G. M. (1993). Introduction to field theory. In Awareness, dialogue and process - Essays on Gestalt therapy (pp. 285ΓÇô325). The Gestalt Journal Press.

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    16. Cahalan, W. (1983). An elaboration of the Gestalt personality theory The experience of self in social relations. The Gestalt Journal, 6(1), 39-53.

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    17. O'Neill, B. (2010). Being present to the emergent creation of the field- Wordsworth, Buber, and Gestalt therapy. Gestalt Review, 14(2), 171-186.

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    18. Latner, J. (1983). This is the speed of light Field and systems theories in Gestalt therapy. The Gestalt Journal, 6(2), 71-109.

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About this course

  • $50.00
  • 52 lessons
  • 5.5 hours of video content