Gestalt Training Program - Recommended Reading


Session 1

Binder Material
Chapter 1-What is Gestalt-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 1-Why Gestalt Coaching-pages 16-22
Chapter 2-What is Gestalt-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 2-Awareness and Change
Chapter 2 - Phenomenology and Field Theory
Chapter 3-Awareness-Skills and counseling in psychotherapy-Joyce, Sills
Chapter 4-Figure and Ground-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 4-Phenomenology Existentialism Eastern Thought
Chapter 5-The Here and Now-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 6-Self as Process-Selfing-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 10-The Awareness Continuum-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 35-The clients awareness-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 42-The needs organises the field-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 43-Investigating supports-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 50-Sensations and feelings-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 51-Cocreation temporality horizontalism-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 52-Intentionality reaching out and making sense of my world-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 53-Transcendental phenomenology and husserl-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 54-The discipline of phenomenological reduction-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 55-Existential phenomenology-I am-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 56-Intersubjectivity-I am always embedded in my experience-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 57-Attending to the bodily felt sense-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 58-Projective identification-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 59-Energy interests needs vitality-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 60-Awareness and diminished awareness-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 63-Martin Buber-I Thou and I it relating-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann

Session 2

Chapter 010-The Awareness Continuum-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 011-Individualism and field paradigms-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 012-The Contact Boundary-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 013-The Gestalt Cycle of Experience-early formulations-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 014-The Gestalt Cycle of Experience-Later Developments-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 015-Resistances interruptions moderations to contact-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 016-Introjection-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 020-Dimensions of contact-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 050-Sensations and feelings-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 051-Cocreation temporality horizontalism-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 052-Intentionality reaching out and making sense of my world-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 053-Transcendental phenomenology and husserl-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 054-The discipline of phenomenological reduction-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 055-Existential phenomenology-I am-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 056-Intersubjectivity-I am always embedded in my experience-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 057-Attending to the bodily felt sense-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 063-Martin Buber-I Thou and I it relating-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 064-The between-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 065-Inclusion-a cautionary note regarding empathy-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 072-The I Thou attitude the I Thou moment-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 090-Attending to the wider field-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Gestalt Disturbances in Cycle-Clarkson
Embodied Contexts-M.Clemmens
Unified Field in Practice-M.Parlett
Chapter 3-Contemporary Gestalt Therapy Field Theory-Gestalt Therapy History Theory and Practice-Parlett
Chapter 3-The Cycle of Experience-A Gestalt Coaching Primer-D.Siminovitch
Martin Buber's I and Thou-R.G.Smith
The Interactive Field - M.Clemmens
Cycle of Experience-J.Zinker

Session 3

Chapter 015-Resistances interruptions moderations to contact-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 017-Retroflection-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 018-Projection-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 019-Confluence-100 Key Points - D.Mann - Copy
Chapter 020-Dimensions of contact-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 021-Unfinished business-the Zeigarnik effect-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 026-Contact and resistance-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points - D.Mann
Chapter 09-Modifications to Contact-Skills in Gestalt Counseling and Psychotherapy-Joyce, Sills
Chapter 05-Resistance and Body Process-Body Process-J.Kepner
Chapter 10-Action and Body Process-Body Process-J.Kepner
Chapter 03-The Cycle of Experience-A Gestalt Coaching Primer-D.Siminovitch
Chapter 04-Resistance and the Challenge of Development and Change-A Gestalt Coaching Primer-D.Siminovitch

Session 4

Beisser, A.-Paradoxical Theory of Change
Mann, D.-Chapter 023-The Paradoxical Theory of Change-Gestalt Therapy-100 Key Points
Stevenson, H.-Paradoxical theory of change
Johnson, B.-Leveraging Paradox – Continuing to Learn
Luft, J.-The Johari Window
The Johari Window: A Graphic Model of Awareness in Interpersonal Relations
O,Shea (2019) from Embodied Relational Gestalt: Theory and Applications. Clemmens, M. (Ed)
Cornell, W. F. (2003). The Impassioned Body. British gestalt Journal. 12, (2), p97-103
Clemmens, M.-Embodied Contexts: The Forms We Create, The Forms that Create Us

Session 5

B. Thomas-Integrating Multicultural Perspectives in Gestalt Therapy Theory and Practice
D. Plummer-Race Talk in the Workplace Unraveling Intention and Impact
P. McIntosh-White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack
D. Wing Sue, et al-Racial Microaggressions in Everyday Life Implications for Clinical Practice
W.B. Swann, Jr.-Identity Negotiation: Where Two Roads Meet
The Invention of Heterosexuality
R.E. Fassinger, J.R. Arseneau-”I’d Rather Get Wet Than Be Under That Umbrella”: Differentiating the Experiences and Identities of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender People
Standards of Care for the Health of Transsexual, Transgender, and Gender-Nonconforming People
D.A. Frank, E.P. Cannon-Queer Theory as Pedagogy in Counselor Education: A Framework for Diversity Training
Plummer D.-Ground Sequence Model-Handbook for Diversity Management

Session 6

 

Session 7

Lee, R.G. - Gestalt and Shame: The Foundation for a Clearer Understanding of Field Dynamics
Lee, R.G. - Self and Shame: A Gestalt Approach
Clemmens, M.C. “The Interactive Field: Gestalt therapy as an embodied relational dialogue,” Gestalt Therapy: Advances in Theory and Practice. Levine-Bar Yoseph, ed. Routledge, London.
Kennedy, D. (2008). “Gestalt Therapy in the Eclipse of Dialogue,” British Gestalt Journal, vol. 17, no.1.
Kennedy, D. (2005). “The Lived Body,” British Gestalt Journal, vol. 14, no. 2.
Kepner, J. (2003). “The Embodied Field,” British Gestalt Journal, vol. 11

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