Developing Gestalt Counselling

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SAGE Publications, Nov 24, 1997 - Psychology - 272 pages
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`In this eminently sensible, practical and thought-provoking book, Jennifer Mackewn takes gestalt light years forwards towards a synthesis and integration of psychological styles and away from what she describes as "Perlism". I agree with her: this is a book for therapists, not principally for gestaltists... In inviting the reader to "pick and choose" from the many and varied, always practical, hands-on approach chapters... Jennifer Mackewn hopes we will both enjoy her book and find it of use. This reader, commending the book to you all, has no doubt that both her hopes will be fulfilled' - Self & Society

Describing contemporary integrative Gestalt counselling and psychotherapy, this book addresses 30 key issu

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Using initial sessions for meeting clarification
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Attending to the whole person
43
Understanding how people organise their
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Jennifer Mackewn is a psychotherapist, trainer, organizational consultant and writer. She is a teaching member of the Gestalt Psychotherapy Training Institute, a trainer at the Institute for the Arts in Therapy and Education, the Metanoia Institute, and an Associate of Roffey Park Management College. She is co-author of Fritz Perls (SAGE, 1993) and has written several articles and chapters on counselling and psychotherapy.

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