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Gestalt for Beginners

Gestalt for Beginners Details the origins of Gestalt therapy investigates the life of its creator Fitz Peris and describes it technqiques

  • Title: Gestalt for Beginners
  • Author: Sergio Sinay
  • ISBN: 9780863162589
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Paperback
  • Details the origins of Gestalt therapy, investigates the life of its creator Fitz Peris, and describes it technqiques.

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    1 thought on “Gestalt for Beginners

    1. This book combines the biography of Fritz Perls (the founder of the Gestalt therapy) and the development of this field.I didn't know anything about the Gestalt but this book made me interested in this school because their ideas are closer to the heart than other schools (from my point of view). You can easily compare between psychoanalysis and the gestalt therapy if you have prior knowledge about psychoanalysis.The book is written as a story and the graphics are not so good, but the writing styl [...]

    2. I think we may have progressed from this. The left brain/right brain stuff is pretty much an oversimplification - generally debunked. Also, the idea that internal repression ("retroreflection") leads to somatizations such as migraines and autoimmune disorders leaves cause and effect in limbo. Pass the Dubois.

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