The gestalt approach & Eye witness to therapy

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Science & Behavior Books, 1973 - Medical - 206 pages
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This giant of modern psychology wrote that The Gestalt Approach was "an exploration of a somewhat new approach to the entire subject of human behavior -- both in its actuality and its potentiality." Eyewitness contains film transcripts that Perls believed had significant teaching value.

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User Review  - Nick Scott - Goodreads

Much of what I had heard from the book was that the transcripts of sessions was where the good stuff was at, but I really didn't get much out of them. It seemed like a bunch of psycho-babble that only ... Read full review

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User Review  - Nick Arkesteyn - Goodreads

Wonderful Book! A very interesting perspective on the human race. I highly recommend reading this book to get another great perspective on the people around you and yourself! Read full review

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