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Gestalt Therapy Integrated: Contours of Theory & Practice

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Explains the fundamentals of the behavioral theory that is based on an integrated view of the personality. For the student and the professional.
Paperback, 352 pages
Published July 12th 1974 by Vintage (first published 1973)
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Cyndi
Jun 05, 2009 Cyndi rated it really liked it
Excellent theory resource. I especially liked the section on experience, processing experience, and assigning meaning, which he ties in with experiencing art. We lose something when assigning meaning too quickly, attempting to put the experience in a tidy labelled box. Lots of helpful examples of experiment use, ie. empty chair.
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Nov 21, 2008 Mark rated it it was amazing
Erv and Miriam do a great job expanding gestalt therapy concepts in a clear and insightful way. Also, they do it in a way that it can be practiced and implemented in therapy.
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“When a person has swum, traveled, run a lathe, planted flowers, ridden a motorcycle, made wine, painted a picture, parachuted, he has increased the fund from which he may draw for new figural developments. In other words, as the background of his experience becomes more diversified, it also becomes potentially more harmonious with a whole range of happenings.” 6 likes
“The paradox is that, while a concern with past and future is obviously central to psychological functioning, to behave as though one were indeed in the past or future, as many do, pollutes the lively possibilities of existence.” 5 likes
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