Course curriculum

    1. Alberts, H. J. E. M. (2016). The sailboat. Maastricht Positive Psychology Program. httpspositivepsychology.comwp-contentuploadsThe-Sailboat.pdf.

    2. Eberts, S., & Homeyer, L. (2015). Processing sand trays from two theoretical perspectives Gestalt and Adlerian. International Journal of Play Therapy, 24(3), 134-150.

    3. Levine, P. (1997). Waking the tiger Healing trauma. North Atlantic, Berkely, pp 236-245.

    4. Wickman, A., Daniels, M., White, L., and Fesmire, S. (1999). A Primer in Conceptual Metaphor for counsellors. Journal of counselling and development, 77, 389-394

    5. Helm Meade, E (1995). Tell it by HeartWomen and the Healing Power of Story. Open Court Publishing, NY.

    6. Burns, G. (2001). The octopus that helped cure a phobia Using healing stories in therapy. Psychotherapy in Australia, 8(1), 48-50.

    7. Book Therapy. Bibliotherapy resources. httpswww.booktherapy.iopagesbibliotherapy-resources

    8. Olney, D. Dick Olney on Eidetic Imagery. Northern California Society of Clinical Hypnosis Society.

    9. Roberts, S. (1987). Therapeutic Metaphors A Counselling Technique. J.A.R.A., 20, 61-72.

    10. Cox, M., & Theilgaard, A. (1997). Chapter 1 - The story. In Mutative metaphors in psychotherapy - The Aeolian mode (pp. 1–21). Jessica Kingsley.

    1. Video lecture on Middle Zone, Metaphor, Fantasy and Story - 1 hour 11 minute

    1. Fantz, R. E. (1983). The use of metaphor and fantasy as an additional exploration of awareness. The Gestalt Journal, 6(2), 28-33.

    2. Timm, N., & Garza, Y. (2017). Beyond the miniatures Using Gestalt theory in sandtray processing. Gestalt Review, 21(1), 44-55.

    3. Skolnik, T. (1994). Paradigms, beliefs, and causality. The Gestalt Journal, 17(2), 63-91.

    4. Mortola, P. (1999). Narrative formation and Gestalt closure Helping clients make sense of disequilibrium through stories in the therapeutic setting. Gestalt Review, 3(4), 308-320.

    5. Edwards, D.J.A. (1988). Cognitive restructuring through guided imagery Lessons from Gestalt therapy. In Freeman, A. Simon, K.M., Butler, L.E. & Arkowitz, J. (eds). Comprehensive Handbook of Cognitive Therapies. Plenum Press, NY.

    1. Tompkins, P., Sullivan, W., & Lawley, J. (2005). Tangled spaghetti in my head Making use of metaphor. The Clean Collection. httpscleanlanguage.co.ukarticlesarticles301Tangled-Spaghetti-in-My-Head-Making-use-of-metaphorPage1.html.

    2. Lyddon, W. J., Clay, A. L., & Sparks, C. L. (2001). Metaphor and change in counseling. Journal of Counseling and Development, 79, 269–273.

    3. OHanlon, B. Metaphors be with you Using stories for a change. How to tell a compelling story and help people change. httpswww.billohanlon.org_filesugdfa415b_557c60190f974b5b81f69211d1309778

    4. McNeilly, R. (2020). An easy guide to easy hypnosis.

About this course

  • $35.00
  • 20 lessons
  • 1 hour of video content