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    Core Readings - General

    • 1 . Zinker, J. (1977). Creative process in Gestalt Therapy. Vintage Books: NY. Chapter 6: The experiment pp123-155.

    • 2 . Zinker, J. (1974). Gestalt Therapy is Permission to be Creative: A Sermon in Praise of the Use of Experiment in Gestalt Therapy.

    • 3 . Philippson, P. (1996). Dialogue and Experiment. Manchester Gestalt Centre 1998: http:::www.mgestaltc. force9.co.uk:article23.htm

    • 4 . Sills, C., Fish, S. & Lapworth. (1996). Chapter 12: Building an Experiment: Gestalt Counselling. London, Winslow Press. pp132-149.

    • 5 . Sills, C., Fish, S. & Lapworth. (1996). Chapter 13: The Experimental Environment. Gestalt Counselling. London, Winslow Press. Pp150-166

    • 6 . Joyce, P. & Sills, C. (2004). Skills in Gestalt Counselling & Psychotherapy. Chapter 8: Experimenting. Sage Publications, London.

    • 7 . Kellog, S. (2004). Dialogical Encounters: Contemporary Perspectives on ‘Chairwork’ in psychotherapy. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training. Vol 41 No 3, 310-320.

    • 8 . Kim, J & Daniels, V. (2008). Experimental Freedom. In Brownell, P. (ed) Handbook for Theory, Research, and Practice in Gestalt Therapy. Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle.

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    Video lecture on The Gestalt Experiment. Subtitled in 30 languages

    • Video lecture on The Gestalt Experiment - 90 minute