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Gestalt therapy : 100 key points & techniques

Author: Dave Mann
Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2010.
Series: 100 key points.
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Overview: Gestalt therapy offers a present-focused, relational approach, central to which is the fundamental belief that the client knows the best way of adjusting to their situation. By working to heighten awareness through dialogue and creative experimentation, gestalt therapists create the conditions for a client's personal journey to health. Gestalt Therapy: 100 Key Points and Techniques provides a concise guide  Read more...
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Mann, Dave, 1957-
Gestalt therapy.
New York, NY : Routledge, 2010
(DLC) 2010004663
(OCoLC)515426957
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Dave Mann
ISBN: 9780203845912 0203845919 9781136930621 1136930620 9781136930577 1136930574 9781136930614 1136930612
OCLC Number: 671754440
Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 282 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Part 1: MAPS FOR A GESTALT THERAPY JOURNEY: THEORETICAL ASSUMPTIONS UNDERPINNING THE APPROACH --
1 What is gestalt? --
2 What is a gestalt? --
3 Creative adjustment --
4 Figure and ground --
5 The here and now --
6 Self as process: selfing --
7 The self: concepts of id, ego and personality --
8 Holism and the orientation towards health --
9 Gestalt's relationship to the psychiatric/biomedical model --
10 The awareness continuum --
11 Individualism and field paradigms --
12 The contact boundary --
13 The gestalt cycle of experience: early formulations --
14 The gestalt cycle of experience: later developments --
15 Resistances, interruptions, moderations to contact --
16 Introjection --
17 Retroflection --
18 Projection --
19 Confluence --
20 Dimensions of contact --
21 Unfinished business: the Zeigarnik effect --
22 Caring and creative indifference --
23 The Paradoxical Theory of Change --
24 Autonomous and aesthetic criterion --
25 Support as 'that which enables' --
26 Contact and resistance --
27 The five abilities --
Part 2: BEGINNING THE THERAPY JOURNEY: PREPARATIONS AND SETTING OFF --
28 The therapy setting and context --
29 Expectations explored, contracts established --
30 Listening to the client's story --
31 Process diagnosis --
32 Assessment --
33 The client's situation --
34 The client's contact functions --
35 The client's awareness (three zones of awareness) --
36 Transference, counter-transference and co-transference possibilities --
37 How the client 'bodies forth' --
38 Treatment planning: planning the journey --
Part 3: THE THERAPY JOURNEY --
Part 3.1 Exploring the client's 'lifespace', field or situation --
39 The lifespace and the field --
40 Viewing the lifespace through a developmental lens --
41 The therapy space as present situation --
42 The need organizes the field --
43 Investigating supports --
44 Shame and guilt as functions of the field --
45 A setting for challenge and experiment --
46 The cultural field --
47 Creative experimentation --
48 Use of metaphor and fantasy --
49 Homework and practising --
Part 3.2 Focus on experience: phenomenology in gestalt therapy --
50 Sensations and feelings --
51 Co-creation, temporality and horizontalism --
52 Intentionality: reaching out and making sense of my world --
53 Transcendental phenomenology and Husserl --
54 The discipline of phenomenological reduction --
55 Existential phenomenology: 'I am' --
56 Intersubjectivity: I am always embedded in my experience --
57 Attending to the bodily 'felt sense' --
58 Projective identification --
59 Energy, interests, needs, vitality --
60 Awareness and diminished awareness --
61 Patterns of contacting --
62 Working with dreams --
Part 3.3 Dialogue: emerging through relationship --
63 Martin Buber: I-Thou and I-It relating --
64 The between --
65 Inclusion --
a cautionary note regarding empathy --
66 Presence --
67 Confirmation --
68 Commitment to dialogue --
69 Non-exploitation --
70 Living the relationship --
71 Attunement --
72 The I-Thou attitude, the I-Thou moment --
73 Self-disclosure --
74 Language --
75 Rupture and repair --
Part 4: BECOMING: TRANSITIONS ALONG THE JOURNEY --
76 Aggressing on the environment --
77 Developmental theory --
78 The five layer model --
79 Experimentation --
80 Developing supports --
81 Polarities and the top dog/under dog --
82 'Aha' experience --
83 Catharsis and release --
84 Developing awareness of awareness --
85 Individual and group therapy --
86 Endings --
87 On-going self-therapy --
Part 5: ETHICS AND VALUES: KEY SIGNPOSTS FOR ALL JOURNEYS --
88 Therapeutic boundaries --
89 Assessing risk --
90 Attending to the wider field --
91 Working with difference --
92 Sexual issues --
93 Touch in therapy --
94 Gestalt supervision --
95 Therapist support --
Part 6: RESEARCH AND EVALUATING THE APPROACH: DESTINATION AND LOOKING BACK --
96 Gestalt's spiritual traditions and the transpersonal --
97 Research and appropriate research paradigms --
98 Applications of gestalt beyond 1:1 and group therapy --
99 Looking back and reviewing --
100 On uncertainty.
Series Title: 100 key points.
Responsibility: Dave Mann.

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