Course curriculum

    1. Armstrong, P. (1994). What is Phenomenology_ A lecture.

    2. Beisser, A. (1989). Flying Without Wings. Doubleday, New York. (pp95-102)

    3. Cogan, J. The phenomenological reduction. Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy. httpsiep.utm.eduphen-red

    4. Frank, A. (2019). The blind spot. Aeon.

    5. Spinelli, E. (2005). Chapter 2 The phenomenological world. In The interpreted world An introduction to phenomenological psychology (pp. 19-34). Sage Publishing.

    6. Spinelli, E. (2005). Chapter 7 Phenomenological psychotherapy. In The interpreted world An introduction to phenomenological psychology (pp. 128-142). Sage Publishing.

    1. Amendt-Lyon, N. (2018). Introduction- Gestalt therapy and _new phenomenology_. Gestalt Review, 22(3), 281-289.

    2. Amendt-Lyon, N. (2018). The boundaries of Gestalt therapy and the limits of our imagination. Gestalt Review, 22(3), 302-330.

    3. Blaize, J. (1998). Introduction to a phenomenological approach of the body in Gestalt therapy. Gestalt Review, 2(1), 72-83.

    4. Bloom, D. (2009). The phenomenological method of Gestalt therapy- Revisiting Husserl to discove the _essence_ of Gestalt therapy. Gestalt Review, 13(3), 277-295.

    5. Boris, G. D. J. B., Melo, A. K., & Moreira, V. (2017). Influence of phenomenology and existentialism on Gestalt therapy. Estudos de Psicologia, 34(4), 476-486.

    6. Burley, T. (2012). A phenomenologically based theory of personality. Gestalt Review, 16(1), 7-27.

    7. Crocker, S. F. (2017). The phenomenological method in Husserl and in Gestalt therapy. Gestalt Review, 21(2), 123-141.

    8. Duncker, K. (2003). Phenomenology and epistemology of consciousness of objects. International Gestalt Journal, 26(1), 79-128.

    9. Gutjahr, L. (2018). Nourishing notions or poisonous propositions_ Can _new phenomenology_ inspire Gestalt therapy_ Gestalt Review, 22(3), 331-357.

    10. Joyce, P. & Sills, C. (2014). Chapter 2 Phenomenology and field theory. In Skills in Gestalt counselling & psychotherapy (pp. 16-29). London, UK Sage Publications.

    11. Kennedy, D. (2003). The phenomenal field The homeground of Gestalt therapy. British Gestalt Journal, 12(2), 76-87.

    12. Matthies, F. (2020). The New Phenomenology. New Gestalt Voices Vol 6

    13. McConville, M. (2001). Let the straw man speak Husserls phenomenology in context. Gestalt Review, 5(3), 195-204.

    14. Miller, M. V. (1990). Toward a psychology of the unknown. The Gestalt Journal, 13(2), 23-38.

    15. Orange, D. M. (2018). The seduction of mystical monisms- A temptation for human dignity-oriented therapies. Gestalt Review, 22(3), 290-301.

    16. Polster, M. (1981). The language of experience. The Gestalt Journal, 4(1), 19-27.

    17. Van de Riet, V. (2001). Gestalt therapy and the phenomenological method. Gestalt Review, 5(3), 184-194.

    18. Yontef, G. M. (1979). Gestalt therapy Clinical phenomenology. The Gestalt Journal, 2(1), 27-45.

    1. Friesen, N. (2014). Waldenfels’ responsive phenomenology of the alien - An introduction. Phenomenology & Practice, 7, 68–77.

    2. Milton, M., Charles, L., Judd, D., O'Brien, M., Tipney, A., & Turner, A. (2003). The existential-phenomenological paradigm - The importance for integration. Existential Analysis - Journal of the Society for Existential Analysis, 1–38.

    3. Nelson, P. L. (1987). Notes and perspectives on phenomenological research.

    1. Alvim,M.B. (2021). Sensing with the Other The Pathic-Aesthetical dimension of human experience. The Gestalt Review, Vol 251 p.31-63

    2. Bloom, D. (2012). Sensing animals_knowing persons - A challenge to some basic ideas in Gestalt therapy. In T. B. Levine (Ed.), Gestalt therapy -Advances in theory and practice (pp. 1–11). Routledge.

    3. Bloom, D. (2019). Gestalt therapy and phenomenology - The intersecting of parallel lines. In P. Brownell (Ed.), Handbook for theory, research and practice in Gestalt therapy, (pp. 183–202). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

    4. Boris, G. D. J. B., Melo, A. K., & Moreira, V. (2017). Influence of phenomenology and existentialism on Gestalt therapy. Estudos De Psicologia (Campinas), 34(4), 476–486.

    5. Boris, G., Melo, A., Moreira, V. (2017). Inluence of phenomenology and existentialism on Gestalt therapy. Estudos de Psicologia, Caminas 34(4), pp 476-486

    6. Crocker, S. F. (2009). Phenomenology in Husserl and in Gestalt therapy. British Gestalt Journal, 18(1), 1828.

    7. Jacobs, L. (2010). Ethical inspiration and complex experiencing. AAGT Conference on Continuity and Change in Gestalt Therapy.

    8. Matthies, F. (2015). New phenomenology an advance for the gestalt approach_ New York City; Gestalt Institute New York.

    9. Philippson, P. (2020). Topics in Gestalt therapy - Post-truth - The world therapy made! [Kindle Edition]

    10. Solomon, M. (2019). Part B - Methodology.

    11. Spagnuolo Lobb, M. (2017). Phenomenology and aesthetic recognition of the dance between psychotherapist and client a clinical example. British Gestalt Journal, 26(2), 50–56.

    12. Spagnuolo Lobb, M., Orange, D., & Bocian, B. (2018). Dialogue on experience and comprehension in psychoanalysis and Gestalt psychotherapy. Palermo, February 2nd-3rd. Istituto di Gestalt H.C.C. Italy.

    1. Video lecture on Phenomenology - 1 hour 32 minute

    1. 11. Phenomenology • Assessment 40 • Concept Map

    2. 11. Phenomenology • Assessment 41 • Reflection Form

    3. 11. Phenomenology • Assessment 42 • Core Readings - Focus summaries / concept maps

    4. 11. Phenomenology • Assessment 43 • Essay - Inside track

About this course

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