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Gestalt therapy

Author: Jon Carlson; Gordon Wheeler; American Psychological Association.; Governors State University. Communication Services.
Publisher: [Washington, D.C.] : American Psychological Association, ©2004.
Series: APA psychotherapy series., I,, Systems of psychotherapy.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In Gordon Wheeler's demonstration of Gestalt Therapy, the client attempts to gain a model for understanding how she views the meaning of her experiences, or more accurately, how she constructs the meaning of her experiences, through the lens of her specific viewpoint. What old habits and organization of experiences and feelings does she bring out to each moment? Observe how the client organizes herself and how she  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Jon Carlson; Gordon Wheeler; American Psychological Association.; Governors State University. Communication Services.
ISBN: 9781591471776 159147177X
OCLC Number: 56837804
Notes: "This series has been made possible as a collaborative effort between Governors State University and the American Psychological Association."
Credits: Project director, Jon Carlson ; project coordinator, Kim Snow ; executive producers, Gary R. VandenBos, Julia-Frank McNeil.
Performer(s): Host, Jon Carlson ; guest therapist, Gordon Wheeler.
Description: 1 videodisc (105 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Series Title: APA psychotherapy series., I,, Systems of psychotherapy.
Responsibility: [presented by] American Psychological Association ; a production of Communications Services, Governors State University ; producer, Yevette Brown ; producer/director/editor, Jon M. Tullos.

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"In Gordon Wheeler's demonstration of Gestalt Therapy, the client attempts to gain a model for understanding how she views the meaning of her experiences, or more accurately, how she constructs the meaning of her experiences, through the lens of her specific viewpoint. What old habits and organization of experiences and feelings does she bring out to each moment? Observe how the client organizes herself and how she carries herself physically. Where are her feelings? How does she construct her experiences? How does she make meaning of her problems? Wheeler's keen exposition of Gestalt therapy examplifies the underlying theory that growth occurs by assimilation of what is needed from the environment." -- Web description.

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