Course curriculum

    1. 14 Blocks to Creative Therapy.

    2. Grove, D (1991). Chapter 1 Clean language. In Resolving traumatic memories Metaphors and symbols in psychotherapy (pp. 1-25). Irvington.

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

    4. McNeilly, R. B. (2007). Simplifying the language of effective therapy. The Centre of Effective Therapy.

    1. Barber, P. (2022). Holistic models to play with in group facilitation, coaching & therapy.

    2. Dierks, J. M. (1996). Listening within A brief therapy model for use with Gestalt theory. The Gestatlt Journal, 19(2), 51-99.

    3. Fagan, J. (1971) The tasks of the therapist. In J. Fagan & L. Shepherd, Gestalt therapy now (pp. 88-105). Harper and Row.

    4. Fitzpatrick, L. (2014). The cycle of creativity- Gestalt coaching and the creative process. Gestalt Review, 18(2), 161-171.

    5. Gestalt Center for Organization and Systems Development. Unit of work. Gestalt Center for Organization and Systems Development. httpswww.gestaltosd.orgbody-of-knowledgeunitof- work.

    6. Kenofer, B. (2015). Developing Gestalt case conceptualization. Gestalt Review, 19(2), 110-132.

    7. Korb, M., & Gorrell, J., & Van De Reit, V. (1989). Chapter 5 Therapeutic Interventions. Gestalt Therapy. Boston Allyn and Bacon. Pp 91-108.

    8. Perls, F. S. (1998). The manipulator A session of Gestalt therapy with Dr. Frederick Perls and group. The Gestalt Journal, 21(2), 73-88.

    9. Polster, E. & Polster, M. (1999). Prologue. From the Radical Centre The Heart of Gestalt Therapy. Gestalt Institute of Cleveland Press, Cleveland. Pp. 20-39.

    10. Polster, E. (1990). The therapeutic power of attention Theory and techniques. In J. Zieg (Ed.), Brief Therapy, Myths, Methods and Metaphors (pp. 378-389). BrunnerMazel.

    11. Polster, E. (1990). Tight Therapeutic Sequences. InBrief Therapy, Myths Methods and Metaphors - Zeig, J. (Ed).

    12. Polster, M. (1997). The Language of Experience. The Gestalt Journal, 4(1), 18-27.

    13. Rosenberg, S. S., & Lynch, J. E. (2002). Fritz Perls revisited A micro-assessment of a live clinical session. Gestalt Review, 6(3), 184-202.

    14. Rutkowski, N. (2014). Coaching and therapy- Finding common ground in Gestalt practice. Gestalt Review, 18(2), 146-153.

    15. Simon, S. N. (2012). Applying the Cape Cod Model to coaching. Gestalt Review, 16(3), 292-308.

    16. Sromov, V., Roubal, J. (2021). Case formulation in Gestalt therapy. The Gestalt Review, Vol 251 p.64-83.asp

    17. Williams, B. (2001). The practice of Gestalt therapy within a brief therapy context. The Gestalt Journal, 24(1), 7-62.

    18. Williams, L., & Plagens, C. (2009). Dynamic co-presencing- A creative approach to the Gestalt of curiosity. Gestalt Review, 13(2), 173-185.

    1. Duncan, B. (2013). What makes a master therapist_ Psychotherapy in Australia, 20(1), 58–66.

    2. Durrant, M. (1994). Developing Skills in Solution-focused Brief Therapy. Eastwood Family Therapy Centre.

    3. Grove, D. (1998). The philosophy and principles of clean language. The clean collection.

    4. Lawley, J., & Tompkins, P. (2004). Clean language revisited- The evolution of a model. The clean collection.

    5. Miller, S. D. (2004). Losing faith- Arguing for a new way to think about therapy. Psychotherapy in Australia, 10(2), 44–51.

    6. Smith, G. The First Interview. Dulwich Centre.

    1. Fogarty, M., Bhar, S., Theiler, S., & O'Shea, L. (2016). What do Gestalt therapists do in the clinic_ The expert consensus. British Gestalt Journal, 25(1), 32–41.

    2. Harman, B. (1995). Gestalt therapy as brief therapy. The Gestalt Journal, 18(2), 77-85.

    3. Harman, R. L. (1987). Gestalt therapy without techniques-A session with Sue. Gestalt Journal, 10(1), 92–106

    4. Morin, J. (2016). Reflections on coaching- The application of Gestalt principles and positive psychology to transition coaching. Gestalt Review, 20(3), 279-288.

    5. Perls, F. (1972). Chapter iv. In Gestalt therapy verbatim (pp. 59-76). Bantam Books.

    6. Resnick, V. A. (2016). Emotional intelligence in coaching- Challenging the world through a Gestalt perspective 1. Gestalt Review, 20(3), 302-309.

    7. Roos, S. (2013). Chronic sorrow and ambiguous loss- Gestalt methods for coping with grief. Gestalt Review, 17(3), 229-239.

    8. Siminovitch, D. Unit of work. Gestalt Coaching Works.

    9. Staemmler, F. M. (1994). On layers and phases A message from overseas. The Gestalt Journal, 17(1), 5-31.

    10. Swanson, C., & Lichtenberg, P. (1998). Diagnosis in Gestalt therapy A modest beginning. The Gestalt Journal, 21(1), 5-16.

    1. Video lecture on Managing a Unit of Work - 101 minute

    1. 17. Managing a unit of work • Assessment 61 • Concept Map

    2. 17. Managing a unit of work • Assessment 62 • Reflection Form

    3. 17. Managing a unit of work • Assessment 63 • Core Readings - Focus summaries / concept maps

    4. 17. Managing a unit of work • Assessment 64 • Journal - Interventions observed

    5. 17. Managing a unit of work • Assessment 65 • Essay - Interventions analysed

    6. 17. Managing a unit of work • Assessment 66 • Video/Seminar Presentation - Intervention - client/group

    7. 17. Managing a unit of work • Assessment 67 • Transcript/Analysis - Polster analysis

    8. 17. Managing a unit of work • Assessment 68 • Clinical Case Study - Current client study

    9. 17. Managing a unit of work • Assessment 69 • Transcript/Analysis - Audio analysis

About this course

  • $50.00
  • 48 lessons
  • 1.5 hours of video content