Course curriculum

    1. Levant, V. (1997). Knowledge, know-how and being in psychotherapy. Cognica, 1-2.

    1. Berger, G. (1999). Why we call it Gestalt therapy. The Gestalt Journal, 22(1), 21-35.

    2. Clarkson, P. (1991). Gestalt therapy is changing- Part 1 - From the past to the present. The British Gestalt Journal, 1, 87-93.

    3. Clarkson, P. (1997). The beginning of Gestalt. The Gestalt Journal, 20(2), 23-41.

    4. Clarkson, P., & Mackewn, J. (1993). Major contributions to practice. In Fritz Perls (pp. 83125). Sage Publications.

    5. Clarkson, P., & Mackewn, J. (1993). Major contributions to theory. In Fritz Perls (pp. 3282). Sage Publications.

    6. Clarkson, P., & Mackewn, J. (1993). The life of Fritz Perls. In Fritz Perls (pp. 131). Sage Publications.

    7. Friedman, N. (1994). PHG A summary and explication. The Gestalt Journal, 24(1), 89-131.

    8. Muller, B. (1997). The total therapeutic context - The craft of Gestalt therapy Theory and practice.

    9. Naranjo, C. (1978). I and thou, here and now Contributions of Gestalt therapy. In D. Stephenson, Gestalt therapy primer (pp. 34-53). Jason Aronson.

    10. Passons, W. R. (1975). Gestalt approaches in counseling. In Gestalt approaches in counseling. (pp. 27–43). Holt, Rinehart & Winston.

    11. Passons, W. R. (1975). Theoretical components of Gestalt therapy. In Gestalt approaches in counseling (pp. 11–25). Holt, Rinehart & Winston.

    12. Perls, F. (1973). Foundations. In The Gestalt approach and eyewitness to therapy (pp. 2–16). Bantam Books.

    13. Perls, F. (1975). Gestalt therapy and human potentialities. In J. O. Stevens (Ed.), Gestalt is (pp. 1–7). Real People Press.

    14. Perls, L. (1992). Concepts and misconceptions of Gestalt therapy . Journal of Humanistic Psychology , 32(3), 5056.

    15. Polster, E. (2010). From the radical center- The heart of Gestalt therapy. Gestalt Review, 14(1), 8-23.

    16. Resnick, R. (1995). Gestalt therapy Principles, prisms and perspectives. The British Gestalt Journal, 4(1), 313.

    17. Resnick, R. W. (2020). Gestalt therapy and homeorhesis Evolution with movement, discrimination, and grace. Gestalt Review, 24(2), 200-221.

    18. Van De Riet, V., Korb, M. P., & Gorrell, J. J. (1980). Philosophical assumptions of Gestalt therapy. In Gestalt therapy- An introduction (pp. 19-34). Permagon Press.

    19. Smith, E. W. L. (1991). Gestalt, a Dionysian path. The Gestalt Journal, 24(2), 61-69.

    20. Yontef, G. M. (1993)(summary of article) Gestalt therapy An introduction. In Awareness, dialogue and process Essays on Gestalt therapy (pp. 1-5). The Gestalt Journal Press.

    21. Zahm, S. G., & Gold, E. K. (2002). Gestalt therapy. In Encyclopedia of Psychotherapy (Vol. 1, pp. 863872). Academic Press.

    22. Zinker, J. C. (1987). Gestalt values Maturing of Gestalt therapy. Opening address at The Gestalt Journals 8th Annual Conference. The Gestalt Journal, 10(1), 69-89.

    1. Latner, J. (1992). Gestalt therapy perspectives and applications. Gardner Press NY. Chapter 1 The theory of gestalt therapy, pp13-56.

    2. Levin, J. (2022). Introductory concepts Gestalt Psychology and Organismic self-regulation. Available http://www.jaylevin.net/index_htm_files/Gestalt%20psychology%20and%20OSR.pdf [Accessed 02.08.22]

    3. Pacific Gestalt Institute. PGI expanded reading list. httpwww.gestalttherapy.orgwp-contentuploads201409expanded-reading-list.pdf.

    4. Stevenson, H. (2013). Chapter one -Gestalt principles.

    1. Video lecture on Overview of Gestalt - 80 minute

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