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Gestalt Review

Gestalt Review, launched in 1997, provides a forum for theory
and practice exchanges throughout the world. The international editorial board concentrates on the Gestalt approach at all system levels ranging from the individual, couples, families and groups, to organizations and the community at large. The journal also publishes original papers dealing with politics, philosophy, gender, and culture. Gestalt Review is peer-reviewed and published three times a year.

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Volume 20, Number 1

Editorial. Figuring Out the “Real Consequences of Actions”:
A Gestalt Perspective

  Susan L. Fischer, PhD

Author Biographies

Growing up with Paul Goodman: Reflections on His Life and Work
Susan E. Goodman, PhD

 

Interviewed by Beatrix Wimmer, MA, with Nancy Amendt-Lyon, PhD, Stefan Blankertz, PhD, Andreas Weichselbraun, MD

Sustainability in a Fragile Ecological Era: A Gestalt Therapist’s Response

 

 

Billy Desmond, MSc, Dip Gestalt, MBA

“Structured Ground”: Heresy or Cutting Edge?
 

Gunaketu Bjørn Kjønstad, MA

Reflections/Reviews
 

 

Into the Unknown: Contact and Awareness at Esalen

 

  Michael C. Fisher, PhD

People at Work: Gestalt Methodology and Management (Lars Marmgren)

 

  Jochen Lohmeier, PhD
Case Unclosable (Nancy Amendt-Lyon)   Detlef Klöckner, Diplome Psychologue

Couples Therapy: A Gestalt Approach (Brian O’Neill)

 

  Bud Feder, PhD

Healing Perception: An Application of the Philosophy of Merleau-Ponty to the Theoretical Structures of Dialogic Psychotherapy (Desmond Kennedy)

 

  Vincent Beja, MS

Trauma Therapy and Clinical Practice:
Neuroscience, Gestalt, and the Body (Miriam Taylor)

 

  Peter Cole, LCSW
In Memoriam:
Ken Evans, DPsych, FRSA (†15 July 2015)
  Gro Skottun, PhD, & Daan van Baalen, PhD

Volume 20, Number 2

Editorial. From Forbes:

"Why Diversity and Inclusion will be a Top Priority for 2016"

 

  Susan L. Fischer, PhD

Introduction.

Diversity and Inclusion: A Gestalt Perspective

 

  Jon Frew, PhD, Cocreator, Special Issue on Diversity

Gestalt Therapy:

Creatively Adjusting in an Increasingly Diverse World

 

  Jon Frew, PhD, Cocreator, Special Issue on Diversity

Racial Identity Resolution Process: A Gestalt Perspective

 

Deborah Plummer, PhD, Cocreator, Special Issue on Diversity

Sabin Fernbacher, PhD

Dialogue and Double Consciousness: Lessons in Power and Humility

 

  Lynne Jacobs, PhD

Awareness and Emergence:

A Gestalt Approach to Global Diversity and Inclusion

 

 

Herb Stevenson, MA

Diversity and Inclusion:

Concepts and Practice as Informed by Gestalt Training

 

 

C. Greer Jordan, PhD

H. Timothy Ewing, PhD

Reflection    

Interactive Use-of Self: Diversity, Immigration, and Religion

 

 

Philip R. Belzunce, PhD

Lalei E. Gutierrez, PhD

In Memoriam.

Janette Rainwater, PhD (11 September 1922 - 7 March 2016)

  Liv Estrup, MA, MFT

Volume 20 Number 3

Editorial. Contact with “Self” and with Coaching

  Susan L. Fischer, PhD

Part I. On "Self" As A Process

   
Gordon, “Spare, that Tree”: Goodman’s Self and Contemporary Gestalt Therapy. A Response to Gordon Wheeler’s “The Future of the Self: Reflections on Contact, Development, and the ‘Sub-Systems of the Self’ in Paul Goodman”   Dan Bloom, JD, LSCW

The Future of the Self: Reflections on Contact, Development, and the ‘Sub-Systems of the Self’ in Paul Goodman

  Gordon Wheeler, PhD

Review

 

   

Self: A Polyphony of Contemporary Gestalt Therapists (Ed. Jean-Marie Robine)

  Susan Roos, PhD, LCSW, FT

Part II. On Coaching

 

   

Coaching at the Point of Contact: A Gestalt Approach

  Herb Stevenson, MA

Reflections on Coaching

 

   

The Application of Gestalt Principles and Positive Psychology to Transition Coaching

 

  Jamie Morin, PhD

Coach Development Group:
Applying the Cape Cod Model of Change©

  Janet Britcher, MBA, PCC

Exploring the (Gestalt) Potential for Coaching Emerging Adults

  Madelaine Eulich, EdM
Emotional Intelligence in Coaching:
Challenging the World through a Gestalt Perspective
  Victoria A. Resnick, MA
In memoriam.
A Tribute to Joel Latner, PhD (23 December 1940 – 4 August 2016)
  Jack Aylward, EdD



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Editor: Susan L. Fischer, PhD
Founding Editor: Joseph Melnick, PhD

Associate Editors:

Editorial Board:

Nancy Amendt-Lyon, PhD, Austria
Jack Aylward, EdD, US
Peter Cole, LCSW, US
Sylvia Fleming Crocker, PhD, US
Billy Desmond, MSc, MBA, UK

Sarah Fallon, SRAsT(D), Dip GPTI, UK
Bud Feder, PhD, US
Iris Fodor, PhD, US
Ruella Frank, PhD, US
Sean Gaffney, PhD, Ireland/Sweden
Marion Gillie, MA, MSc, United Kingdom
Leslie S. Greenberg, PhD, Canada
Gaie Houston, MA, England
Francisco Huneeus, MD, Chile
Lynne Jacobs, PhD, US
Isabelle Le Peuch, PhD, France
Talia Levine Bar-Yoseph, MA, Israel
Margherita Spagnuolo Lobb, PhD, Italy
Jochen Lohmeier, PhD, South Africa
Mark McConville, PhD, US
Peter Mortola, PhD, US
Violet Oaklander, PhD,US
Eleanor O'Leary, PhD, Ireland
Brian O'Neill, BA, MAPS, Australia
Malcolm Parlett, PhD, England
Erving Polster, PhD, US
Robert Resnick, PhD, US
Jan Roubal, MD, Czech Republic
Frank Rubenfeld, PhD, US
Sarah Toman, PhD, US
Daan Van Baalen, MD, Norway
Carmen Vazquez Bandin, PhD, Spain
Gordon Wheeler, PhD, US
Ansel Woldt, EdD, US
Georges Wollants, LicPs PedSc, Belgium

     
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