Transforming the way you live and work in the world
Home / Gestalt Review / Volume 2

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

Gestalt Review - Vol. 2 - 1998
Gestalt Review
Current Issue

Gestalt Review
Previous Issues
XXI XXII      

For complete online digital access to every article in our archive,

subscribe today!


Volume 2, Number 1


  Joseph Melnick, PhD

Gestalt Therapy as a Transrational Approach: An Evolutionary Perspective

  Reinhard Fuhr, PhD

Change: Some Speculation Based on Comparing Gestalt and Complexity Theory

  Lars Marmgren, MSci

The Search for Personal Knowledge: Phenomenological, Gestalt, and Cognitive Approaches to Awareness

  Edwin C. Nevis, PhD

Awareness and Meaning-Making:
The Dance of Experience

  Iris E. Fodor, PhD

Introduction to the Phenomenological Approach of the Body in Gestalt Therapy

  Jacques Blaize, PhD

Reviews, Notes, Recommendations

Volume 2, Number 2


  Joseph Melnick, PhD

Different Meanings: Common Ground

  Stephanie Backman, MSSA
Iris Fodor, PhD

Definitions of Gestalt Therapy: Finding Common Ground

  Charles E. Bowman, MS

Gestalt Therapy in Brazil

  Selma Ciornai, ATR, PhD

Gestalt Psychotherapy in Mexico

  Myriam Munoz Polit, MA

Gestalt Psychotherapy in Argentina: Revolution, Evolution, and Contributions

  Marta Slemenson, MA
Minds and Brains for Gestalt Therapists
  Todd Burley, PhD
Condensing the Field: Internet Communication & Gestalt Community
  Philip Brownell, MA

Gestalt Therapy as an Emancipatory Psychology for a Transmodern World

  Maureen O’Hara, PhD
Back Pages: Topics and Reviews    
Volume 2, Number 3


  Joseph Melnick, PhD

An Interview with W. Warner Burke, Ph.D.: October 16, 1997, at Teacher's College, Columbia University, New York City

  Beverly Reifman, MSW

The Broken Doll: A Survivor's Journey into Life

  Ruth Wolfert

Comments Evoked by the Reading of The Broken Doll

  Talia Levine Bar Yoseph

Response to The Broken Doll: A Survivor's Journey into Life by Ruth Wolfert

  Judith Hemming

Return to Novelty

  Richard Kitzler

Response to Comments about The Broken Doll: A Survivor's Journey into Life

  Ruth Wolfert
Gestalt Therapy and Psychoanalysis: Toward a Better Understanding of a Figure-Ground Relationship   Bernard Bocian
Back Pages: Topics and Reviews    
Translating Theory into Practice: Martin Heidegger and Gestalt Therapy   Erving Polster, PhD
Volume 2, Number 4


  Joseph Melnick, PhD

Note from the Gestalt International Study Center

  Edwin C. Nevis, PhD

What Changes the Individual in Gestalt Groups? A Proposed Theoretical Model

  Joseph H. Handlon, PhD
Isabel Fredericson, PhD

Models for Understanding Individuals Changing Through Particpation in Gestalt Therapy Groups

  Bud Feder, PhD

Commentary on "What Changes the Individual in Gestalt Groups?" by J. Handlon, Ph.D. and I. Fredericson

  Gaie Houston

Response to Bud Feder and Gaie Houston

  Joseph Handlon, PhD
Isabel Fredericson, PhD

Response of Doctoral Students to a Psychology Course on Gestalt Therapy

  Ruth Wolfert
Gestalt Therapy and Psychoanalysis: Toward a Better Understanding of a Figure-Ground Relationship   Jon Frew, PhD
Stephan Zahm, PhD
Opposing Paradigms in Gestalt Therapy and Psychoanalysis   Sylvia Fleming Crocker
Resonances and Discontinuities Between Gestalt Theory and Relational Psychoanalysis: Commentary on Paper by Sylvia Crocker   Timothy Zeddies
Which Psychoanalysis? Response to Sylvia Crocker   Lynne Jacobs
Response to Timothy Zeddies and Lynne Jacobs   Sylvia Fleming Crocker
Back Pages: Topics and Reviews:    
The Dead World and the Living
  Joel Latner, PhD
Here and Now, Hour by Hour: Book Review
  Walter Arnold


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

Associate Editors:

Editorial Advisory 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
Iris Fodor, PhD, US
Gianna Francesetti, MD, Italy
Ruella Frank, PhD, US
Sean Gaffney, PhD, Ireland/Sweden
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
Stuart N. Simon, LICSW, US
Herb Stevenson, MA, USA
Sarah Toman, PhD, US
Daan Van Baalen, MD, Norway
Carmen Vazquez Bandin, PhD, Spain
Gordon Wheeler, PhD, US
Ansel Woldt, EdD, US


Gestalt International Study Center
1035 Cemetery Road, P.O. Box 515, South Wellfleet, MA 02663
Phone: +1 508 349 7900