Course curriculum

    1. Eiden, B. (2007). The history of body psychotherapy - An overview.

    2. Existentialism. (2005). httpwww.friesian.comexistent.htm#text

    3. Fisher, L. M. (2005). The Prophet of Unintended Consequences. Strategy and Business, 40. httpwww.strategy-business.comarticle05308_pg=all

    4. Frankl, V. (1967). The Courage or Dread of Confrontation. In Psychotherapy and Existentialism (pp. 288-289). Washington Square, New York.

    5. Gendlin, E.T. (1979). Befindlichkeit Heidegger and the Philosophy of Psychology. Revew of Existential Psychology & Psychiatry Heidegger and Psychology, 26(1-3), 1-14.

    6. Heery, M. (2000). An interview with Albert Ellis, PhD. Psychotherapy.net.

    7. Hoffman, L. Existentialism and postmodernism

    8. Hoffman, L. Postmodernism & psychology's diversity.

    9. Hoffman, L. Postmodernism, ethics, & psychotherapy.

    10. Hoffman, L., Hoffman, J., Robison, B., & Lawrence, K. Modern and postmodern ways of knowing- Implications for therapy and integration. Council of specialities in professional psychology.

    11. Hoffman, L., Stewart, S., Warren, D., & Meek, L. (2006). Multiple selves in postmodern theory- An existential integrative critique.

    12. Kaplan, H., and Saddock, B. (1991) Schools Derived from Psychoanalysis and Psychology. In Synopsis of Psychiatry (pp. 186-191). Williams and Wilkin.

    13. Kass, S. A. (2013). Don't fall into these stereotype traps- Women and the feminine in existential therapy. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 20(10), 1–27.

    14. Kirschenbaum, H. (2004). Carl Rogers' life and work-An assessment on the 100th anniversary of his birth. Journal of Counseling and Development, 82, 116–124

    15. Korzybski, A. (1990). General semantics Toward a new general system of evaluation and predictability in solving human problems. I.G.S.

    16. Manser, A. (2005). Existentialism. httpetext.lib.virginia.educgi-localDHIdhi.cgi_id=dv2-22

    17. May, R., & Yalom, I. (1989). Existential psychotherapy. In R. J. Corsini & D. Wedding (Eds.), Current psychotherapies (pp. 363–402). F. E. Peacock Publishers.

    18. Schneider, K. J. (1998). Existential processes. In L. S. Greenberg, J. C. Watson, & G. O. Lieataer (Eds.), Handbook of experiential psychotherapy (pp. 103–120). essay, Guildford Press.

    19. Schneider, K. J. (2003). Existential-humanistic psychotherapies. In S. B. Messer & N. J. Kaslow (Eds.), Essential psychotherapies (pp. 149–181). Guildford Press.

    20. The Existentialism Primer. (2005). Introduction to existentialism. httpwww.tameri.comcswexistexist.html

    21. Wyatt, R. C. (2000). An interview with John Gottman, PhD. Psychotherapy.net.

    22. Wyatt, R. C. (2000). An interview with Thomas Szasz, MD. Psychotherapy.net.

    23. Wyatt, R. C. (2006). An interview with Monica McGoldrick, LCSW, PhD. Psychotherapy.net.

    24. Wyatt, R. C. (2006). An interview with Susan Heitler, PhD. Psychotherapy.net.

    25. Wyatt, R. C. (2007). An interview with Ronald Levant, EdD, ABPP. Psychotherapy.net.

    26. Wyatt, R. C., & Yalom, V. (2007). An interview with Hanna Levenson, PhD.

    27. Wyatt, R. C., & Yalom, V. (2007). An interview with Stephanie Brown, PhD.

    28. Yalom, V. (2000). An interview with James Bugental, PhD. Psychotherapy.net.

    29. Yalom, V. (2001). An interview with Frank Pittman, MD

    30. Yalom, V. (2002). An interview with Donald Meichenbaum, PhD. Pyshcotherapy.net.

    31. Yalom, V. (2003). An interview with Insoo Kim Berg, LCSW. Psychotherapy.net.

    32. Yalom, V. (2004). An interview with Zerka Moreno, TEP. Psychotherapy.net.

    1. Arnold, W. (1999). The eclipse of reason Is dialogue meeting dialects a myth_ The Gestalt Journal, 22(1), 37-44.

    2. Barber, P. (2001). The present isnt what it used to be A Gestalt encounter with Joseph Zinker. British Gestalt Journal, 10(1), 29-37.

    3. Barlow, A. R. (1986). The role of semantics in Gestalt therapy. The Gestalt Journal, 9(2), 67-76.

    4. Becker, E. (1993). Growing up rugged Fritz Perls and Gestalt therapy. The Gestalt Journal, 16(2), 27-44.

    5. Beisser, A. (1997). Teachers, collaborator, friend Fritz. Gestalt Review, 1(1), 9-15.

    6. Blankertz, S. Gestalt therapy- A Libertarian approach to the social psychology of unhappiness. Gestalt Critique.

    7. Bocian, B. (2014). From free association to concentration- About alienation, Ferenczi’s “forced fantasies,” and “the third” in Gestalt therapy. Quaderni Di Gestalt, (2), 121–135.

    8. Bowman, C. E, & Nevis, E. C. (2005). The history and development of Gestalt therapy.

    9. Bry, A. (1972). What is Gestalt therapy_ Gestalt theory.

    10. Bryant, B. (1993). In and out the Gestalt pail. The Gestalt Journal, 16(2), 45-86.

    11. Crocker, S. F. (1998). Opposing paradigms in Gestalt therapy and psychoanalysis. Gestalt Review, 2(4), 321-343.

    12. Crocker, S. F., & Philippson, P. (2005). Phenomenology, existentialism, and Eastern thought in Gestalt therapy.

    13. Davidove, D. (1985). The contribution of Paul Goodman. The Gestalt Journal, 8(1), 72-77.

    14. Fisher, M. C. (2017). (Gestalt) Pathways of dessemination part II- The hub of the human potential movement. Gestalt Review, 21(2), 103-122.

    15. Gold, E., & Zahm, S. (2002). At the end of the day In memory of Miriam Polster. Gestalt Review, 6(2), 124-134.

    16. Goodlander, M. (1998). Deconstructing individualism. Interview with Gordon Wheeler. Gestalt Global Corporation, New York.

    17. Gregory, S. (2001). Elsa Gindler Lost Gestalt ancestor. British Gestalt Journal, 10(2), 114-117.

    18. Hassrick, B. (2003). Gestalt therapy and American pragmatism Kindred perspectives on the self. International Gestalt Journal, 26(2), 71-84.

    19. Humphrey, K. (1986). Laura Perls A biographical sketch. The Gestalt Journal, 9(1), 5-11.

    20. Knijff, E. (2003). Jewish roots of Gestalt therapy. Gestalt Review, 7(3), 261-273.

    21. Laborde, G. Z. (1979). Comparing certain theories and therapies of Freud and Perls. The Gestalt Journal, 2(1), 46-69.

    22. Latner, J. (2001). The sense of Gestalt therapy Holism, reality, and explanation. British Gestalt Journal, 10(2), 106-113.

    23. Latner, J. (2013). Fritz Perls in Berlin and after- Apropos Fritz Perls in Berline 1893-1933- Expressionism, psychoanalysis, Judaism (Bernd Bocian). Gestalt Review, 17(2), 189-199.

    24. Laura Posner Perls- In memory. The Gestalt therapy page.

    25. Masquelier, G. (1999). Part one. In Gestalt Therapy Living Creatively Today (pp. 1-21). Paris Vouloir Sa Vie.

    26. Masquelier, G. (2005). Sartre, a muse for Perls_ Gestalt Review, 9(1), 27–37.

    27. Miller, M. V. (1978). Paul Goodman The poetics of theory. The Gestalt Journal, 1(2), 36-45.

    28. Miller, M. V. (1996). Elegiac reflections on Isadore From. The Gestalt Journal, 19(1), 45-56.

    29. Muller, B. (1996). Isadore Froms contribution to the theory and practice of Gestalt therapy. The Gestalt Journal, 19(1), 57-81.

    30. Perls, F. Planned psychotherapy by Frederick Perls. Gestalt therapy.

    31. Petruska Clarkson. The Gestalt therapy page.

    32. Polster, E. (1972). Stolen by gypsies. The Gestalt therapy page

    33. Polster, E. (1998). Back pages Topics and reviews. Translating theory into practice Martin Heidegger and Gestalt therapy. Gestalt Review, 2(3), 253-268.

    34. Polster, E. Formative experiences about Gestalt (1).

    35. Polster, E. Formative experiences about Gestalt (2).

    36. Rosenblatt, D. (1991). An interview with Laura Perls. The Gestalt Journal, 14(1), 8-29.

    37. Rosenblatt, D. (Ed.) (1980). Laura Perls. The Gestalt Journal, 3(1), 4-18.

    38. Rosenfeld, E. (1978). An oral history of Gestalt therapy. Part one A conversation with Laura Perls. The Gestalt Journal, 1(1), 8-31.

    39. Rosenfeld, E. (1978). An oral history of Gestalt therapy. Part two A conversation with Isadore From. The Gestalt Journal, 1(2), 7-27.

    40. Rosenfeld, E. (1996). A conversation with Isadore From. The Gestalt Journal, 19(1), 17-43.

    41. Sichera, A. (2013). From Freudian fracture to Gestaltic continuity- The epistemological gap of Gestalt therapy. GTK Books.

    42. Snir, S. (2004). Interview with Edwin Nevis. Gestalt Review, 8(1), 7–17.

    43. Sonoma State University. (2005). Early Gestalt psychology. httpweb.sonoma.eduusersddanielsEarly_Gestalt.html.

    44. Stoehr, T. (2009). Perls, Hefferline, and Goodman- The Gestalt therapy- An afterword. Gestalt Review, 13(1), 82-95.

    45. Tobin, S. (2020). A personal history of Gestalt. Lecture, Portland; Portland Coffee Roasters.

    46. Wheeler, G. (2011). Here now next- Paul Goodman and the origins of Gestalt therapy (1994) and crazy hope and finite experience- Final essays of Paul Goodman (edited, 1994). Gestalt Review, 15(1), 59-78.

    47. Wimmer, B. (2016). Growing up with Paul Goodman- Reflections on his life and work 1. Gestalt Review, 20(1), 7-32.

    48. Wulf, R. (1996). The historical roots of Gestalt therapy theory. Gestalt Dialogue Newsletter for the Integrative Gestalt Centre, Christchurch.

    49. Wysong, J. (1985). An oral history of Gestalt therapy Part four a conversation with Elliott Shapiro. The Gestalt Journal, 8(2), 5-26.

    1. Carr, W., & Kemmis, S. (1988). Chapter 5 A critical approach to theory and practice. In Becoming critical Education, knowledge and action research (pp. 129-154). Falmer Press.

    2. Cohen, D.B. (2005). The Cosmology of Systemic Coonstellations. httpwww.hiddensolution.comuniverse.html

    3. Hoffman, L. (2004). The danger of the “truth”. AHP Perspective.

    4. Hoffman, L. Critical psychology and postmodernism. http www.postmodernpsychology.comTopicsCritical_Psychology.html.

    5. Hoffman, L. Postmodernism and the academic disciplines.

    6. Nielsen, J. (1990). Feminist Research Methods Exemplary readings in the social sciences. Westview Press.

    7. Ramberg, B., & Gjesdal, K. (2005). Hermeneutics. httpplato.stanford.eduentrieshermeneutics

    8. Serlin, I. Humanistic psychology. Dr. Ofer Zur.

    1. Bloom, D. (2005). A centennial celebration of Laura Perls the aesthetic of commitment. British Gestalt Journal, vol. 14, No 2, 81-90

    2. Denham-Vaughan, S. (2005). Will and Grace An Integrative Dialectic Central to Gestalt Psychotherapy. British Gestalt Journal 141

    3. Fisher, M. C. (2019). _Getting it_ and transforming the self- Werner Erhard as the unlikely heir to Fritz Perls. Gestalt Review, 23(1), 1-17.

    4. Fisher, M. C. (2020). Tearing Down the Self, or Transforming It_ Est as Uncertain Gestalt. Gestalt Review, 24(1), 74-91.

    5. Gaffney, S. (2006). On being absurd Soren Kierkegaard 1813-1855. British Gestalt Journal, vol. 1 5, No 1 , 7-1 5

    6. Hemming, J. (1997). In the field of soul. British Gestalt Journal, 7(2), 1–16.

    7. Hycner, R. (2013). Maurice Friedman- A professional and personal tribute. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 53(3), 322–335.

    8. Jacobs, L. (2011). Aggression, time, and understanding- Contributions to the evolution of Gestalt therapy (2009) by Frank-M. Staemmler. Gestalt Review, 15(3), 312–320.

    9. Naranjo, C. (1982). Gestalt conference talk 1981. The Gestalt Journal, 5(1), 3-19.

    10. Robine, J.M. (2021). On the good use of Incoherence. The Gestalt Review, Vol 252 p.162-177

    11. Schoen, S. (1981). Gregory Bateson In remembrance. The Gestalt Journal, 4(2), 3-11.

    12. Spagnuolo Lobb, M. (2016). Psychotherapy in Postmodern Society a Social Tool to Support Human Resources of the Time. Gestalt Today Malta, Vol 1. p.97-113

    13. Stern, D. N., et al. (2002). Non-interpretive mechanisms in psychoanalytic therapy - The something more than interpretation. International Gestalt Journal, 25(1), 37-71.

    14. Tonnesvang, J., Hammink, J., Sommer, U., & Sonne, M. (2010). Gestalt therapy and cognitive therapy - Contrasts or complementaries_ Psychotherapy Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 47(4), 586–602.

    15. Wallstein, R. (2003). I am me and my circumstance. British Gestalt Journal, 12(1), 49-55.

    16. Wysong, J. (1986). Barry Stevens In remembrance. The Gestalt Journal, 9(1), 71-75.

    17. Yontef, G. (1987). Assimilating Diagnostic and Psychoanalytic Perspectives into Gestalt Therapy. The Gestalt Journal, 11(1), 5-32.

    18. McWilliams, N., & Spagnuolo Lobb, M. (2018). The therapeutic presence in psychoanalysis and in Gestalt psychotherapy An update in present society. Istituto di Gestalt H.C.C. Italy.

    1. Video lecture on Historical Influences - 57 minute

    1. 27. Historical influences and evolution • Assessment 104 • Concept Map

    2. 27. Historical influences and evolution • Assessment 105 • Reflection Form

    3. 27. Historical influences and evolution • Assessment 106 • Core Readings - Focus summaries / concept maps

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