Course curriculum

    1. Cooke, M. (2007). Paradoxical Theory of Change. httpwww.playtherapyonline.netStudentsCooke-Moynene-Paper1.html.

    2. Neutze, D. (1998). Moving Towards Wholeness. Paragate, Winter 1998.

    3. Sternick, A. (2019). Paradoxical decisions Apply self-humor, improvisation, and affirmation. Positive Psychology News. httpspositivepsychologynews.comnewsalex-sternick2019012839564

    4. Wilson, R.R. (2006). The Anxiety Disorder Game. Psychotherapy in Austrtalia, 12(2), 36-45.

    1. Beisser, A. (2001). Paradoxical theory of change. The Gestalt Journal, 24(2), 87-92.

    2. Denes, M. (1997). Paradoxes in the therapeutic relationship. The Gestalt Journal, 20(2), 75-92.

    3. GO Center. (2021). The influence of Tao, zen and Buddhism on Gestalt coaching. httpswww.linkedin.compulseinfluence-tao-zen-buddhism-gestalt-coaching-go-center

    4. Jacobs, L. (2020). Engaged surrender The polarity of dialogue in Gestalt therapy. Gestalt Review, 24(2), 163177.

    5. Marmgren, L. (1998). Change Some speculations based on comparing Gestalt and complexity theory. Gestalt Review, 2(1), 28-47.

    6. Maurer, R. (2003). Using the paradoxical theory of change in organizations. Gestalt Review, 7(3), 252-260.

    7. Roubal, J., Francasetti, G. (2022). Field theory in contemporary Gestalt therapy Part two Paradoxical Theory of Change Reconsidered. The Gestalt Review, 261 p.1-33

    8. Seltzer, L. (1986). Chapter 4 Gestalt Therapy. Paradoxical Strategies in Psychotherapy A Comprehensive Overview and Guidebook. New York John Wiley and Sons. Pp72-83.

    9. Seltzer, L. F. (1984). The role of paradox in Gestalt theory and technique. The Gestalt Journal, 7(2), 31-42.

    10. Stevens, J.O. (1975). Hypnosis, intention and wakefullness. In J. O. Stevens (ed.)., Stevens, Gestalt Is (pp. 247-259). Real People Press.

    11. Stevenson, H. (2010). Paradox- A Gestalt theory of change for organizations. Gestalt Review, 14(2), 111-126

    12. Van Dusen, W. (1958). Wu Wei, No-Mind and the Fertile Void in Psychotherapy . In A. Molino (Ed.), The couch and the tree Dialogues in psychoanalysis and Buddhism (pp. 8793). essay, North Point Press.

    13. Yontef, G. M., & Fuhr, R. (2005). Gestalt therapy theory of change. In A. L. Woldt & S. M. Toman (Eds.), Gestalt therapy History, theory, and practice (pp. 118). Sage Publications.

    1. Acceptance & commitment therapy skills and training. Acceptance. www.ACTSkills.com.

    2. Katie, B. (2019). What is is. In The work of Byron Katie- An introduction (pp. 5–10).

    3. Farrelly, F. (2005). Live in Leeds - Interview with Dave.

    4. Farrelly, F. (2005). Live in Leeds - Interview with Judy.

    5. Farrelly, F. (2005). Live in Leeds - Interview with Nancy.

    6. Farrelly, F. (2005). Live in Leeds - Interview with Polly.

    7. Farrelly, F. (2005). Live in Leeds - Interview with Sue.

    8. Farrelly, F. (2005). Live in Leeds (1).

    9. Farrelly, F. (2005). Live in Leeds (2).

    10. Farrelly, F. (2005). NLP Interview.

    1. Beisser, A. (1989). Flying Without Wings. Doubleday, New York. (pp168-172)

    2. Lampert, R. The case for going gentle. The Gestalt therapy page.

    1. Video lecture on Paradoxical Theory of Change - 60 minute

    1. 14. Paradoxical Theory of Change • Assessment 51 • Concept Map

    2. 14. Paradoxical Theory of Change • Assessment 52 • Reflection Form

    3. 14. Paradoxical Theory of Change • Assessment 53 • Core Readings - Focus summaries / concept maps

About this course

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