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"How can we educate children for peace?"
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Laura (Lore) Perls and Joe Wysong 2012 (1992) "How can we educate children for peace?". The Gestalt Approach: Living at the Boundary: The Collected Works of Laura Perls Edited by Joe Wysong THE GESTALT JOURNAL PRESS eBook Edition 2012 Original Print Edition 1992

9 Clues That You May Be Dealing With a Psychopath
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A Gestalt Therapy Approach To Shame And Self-Righteousness: Theory And Methods
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Erskine, R. G., 1995 A Gestalt Therapy Approach To Shame And Self-Righteousness: Theory And Methods. British Gestalt Journal 1995, Vol.4. 107. 117

A Relational Approach to Personality Disorder and Alliance Rupture
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Sumru Tufekcioglu and J. Christopher Muran

A bodhisattva-spirit-oriented counselling framework: inspired by Vimalakīrti wisdom
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Cheng and Tse: A bodhisattva-spirit-oriented counselling framework: inspired by Vimalakīrti wisdom. International Journal of Dharma Studies 2014 2:6.

A journey from shame to sharing
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McPherson, A. S., 2020. Dissertation to published article: A journey from shame to sharing.  European Journal for Qualitative Research in Psychotherapy. Vol. 10, 41-52

A literature review of the evidence for the effectiveness of experiential psychotherapies
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Mullings, B. (2017). A literature review of the evidence for the effectiveness of experiential psychotherapies. Melbourne: PACFA.

Actualising Tendency in Person-Centred Therapy
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Wilkins, Paul. Person-Centred Therapy in Focus (Counselling & Psychotherapy in Focus Series) (pp. 85-86). SAGE Publications. Kindle Edition.

Affect, attachment and attunement: Thoughts inspired in dialogue with the three-volume work of Allan Shore
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David Boadella 2005 Affect, attachment and attunement. energy & character vo1.34 september 2005

Aggression, Time, and Understanding: Contributions to the Evolution of Gestalt Therapy
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Frank-M. Staemmler 2009 Aggression, Time, and Understanding: Contributions to the Evolution of Gestalt Therapy. Gestalt Press;


Anxiety Within the Situation
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Gestalt Therapy in Clinical Practice: From Psychopathology to the Aesthetics of Contact (Gestalt Therapy Book Series 2). Gianni Francesetti, Michela Gecele, Jan Roubal, and Leslie Greenberg

Are you under the impression that the object of everyone else’s love actually exists?
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Attachment Theory Some Implications for Gestalt Theory
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Neil Harris, 1996 Attachment Theory: Some Implications For Gestalt Therapy. British Gestalt Journal, Vol.5. No.2.103-112

Attachment in the consulting room: towards a theory of therapeutic change
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Jeremy Holmes (2011): Attachment in the consulting room: towards a theory of therapeutic change, European Journal of Psychotherapy & Counselling, 13:2, 97-114

Attachment, Relational-Needs, and Psychotherapeutic Presence
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Richard G. Erskine 2011, Attachment, Relational-Needs, and Psychotherapeutic Presence. Institute for Integrative Psychotherapy

Attunement
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Erskine, Richard; Moursund, Janet; Trautmann, Rebecca. 1999 Beyond Empathy: A Therapy of Contact-in Relationships. Taylor and Francis. Kindle Edition.

Beyond ESTs Problematic assumptions in the pursuit of evidence based practice
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Paul L. Wachtel, 2010, Beyond ESTs Problematic assumptions in the pursuit of evidence based practice. Psychoanalytic Psychology Vol. 27, No. 3, 251–272, American Psychological Association.

Beyond Empathy: Attunement and Presence
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Erskine, R. G. 2007 Beyond Empathy: Attunement and Presence. Voices: The Art and Science of Psychotherapy, Vol. 43, No. 3, pp 7-13.

Borderline The Wound of the Boundary
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Gestalt Therapy in Clinical Practice: From Psychopathology to the Aesthetics of Contact (Gestalt Therapy Book Series 2). Gianni Francesetti, Michela Gecele, Jan Roubal, and Leslie Greenberg

Challenge – as an intervention in therapy
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Change
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Change Stability
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Change through the Frame of Attachment
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Phoebe Riches 2012 Change through the Frame of Attachment Gestalt Journal of Australia and New Zealand Vol 9 No 2 Pages 27-35

Childhood trauma, proactive coping, and borderline personality among adults
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Wibhowo, C., Retnowati, S., & Ul Hasanat, N.  International Journal of Research Studies in Psychology 2019 Volume 8 Number 1, 27-35

Client Choice Of Treatment And Client Outcomes
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Robert J. Calsyn, Gary A. Morse, Robert D. Yonker, Joel P. Winter, Kathy J. Pierce and Matthew J. Taylor. 2003 Client choice of treatment and client outcomes. Journal Of Community Psychology, Vol. 31, No. 4, 339–348 (2003)

Client experiences of agency in therapy, Person-Centered & Experiential Psychotherapies,
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Corinne Hoener, William B. Stiles, Barbara J. Luka & Richard A. Gordon (2012): Client experiences of agency in therapy, Person-Centered & Experiential Psychotherapies, 11:1, 64-82

Cognitive-behavioural therapy versus psychodynamic psychotherapy for the treatment of depression: a critical review of evidence and current issues
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Daniel Goldstone 2016. Cognitive-behavioural therapy versus psychodynamic psychotherapy for the treatment of depression: a critical review of evidence and current issues. South African Journal of Psychology 1–13. 2016

Could you just listen
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Crisis Psychotherapy
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Vincent F. O’Connell, 2003 Crisis Psychotherapy: Person, Dialogue, And The Organismic Event in Joen Fagan & Irma Lee Shepherd 2003 Gestalt Therapy Now. The Gestalt Journal Press
Dependent Behaviours
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Gestalt Therapy in Clinical Practice: From Psychopathology to the Aesthetics of Contact (Gestalt Therapy Book Series 2). Gianni Francesetti, Michela Gecele, Jan Roubal, and Leslie Greenberg
Dissociation Affect Dysregulation and Somatization
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Early affect-confusion
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Richard G. Erskine. Relational Patterns, Therapeutic Presence: Concepts and Practice of Integrative Psychotherapy. Karnac Books Ltd..Kindle Edition

Egan Skilled Helper Model
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Embracing the Adolescent
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Emotional Response and Therapist Reply
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Erskine, Richard; Moursund, Janet; Trautmann, Rebecca. 1999 Beyond Empathy: A Therapy of Contact-in Relationships. Taylor and Francis. Kindle Edition.

Escaping, forgetting and revisiting the scene: The post-traumatic compulsion to repeat in obsessive-compulsive disorder
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John O’Connor, Mary Fell & Ray Fuller (2010): Escaping, forgetting and revisiting the scene: The post-traumatic compulsion to repeat in obsessive-compulsive disorder, Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 23:1, 55-66

Excitements Life Abilities And Risks Of Each Domain
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Gestalt Therapy in Clinical Practice: From Psychopathology to the Aesthetics of Contact (Gestalt Therapy Book Series) (Kindle Locations 2626-2632). Istituto di Gestalt HCC Italy. Kindle Edition. 
Exploring the Client's Words in Therapy
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David Forrest 2017(2014) Exploring the Client's Words in Therapy. Workshops

Expressive, research and reflective poetry as qualitative inquiry: a study of adolescent identity
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Rich Furman R., Langer C. L., Davis C. S., Gallardo H. P., and Kulkarni S. 2007 Expressive, research and reflective poetry as qualitative inquiry: a study of adolescent identity. Qualitative Research 7; 3

Fears of Abandonment (and Borderline Personality Disorder)
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Gestalt Therapy in Clinical Practice: From Psychopathology to the Aesthetics of Contact (Gestalt Therapy Book Series 2). Gianni Francesetti, Michela Gecele, Jan Roubal, and Leslie Greenberg

Generational Conflict. A New Paradigm for Teams of the 21st Century
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Gestalt Contact Cycle Explained
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Gestalt Contacting Process
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Gestalt Fundamentals and its Development
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Gestalt Therapy in Clinical Practice: From Psychopathology to the Aesthetics of Contact (Gestalt Therapy Book Series 2). Gianni Francesetti, Michela Gecele, Jan Roubal, and Leslie Greenberg

Gestalt In The New Age
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Jay Levin and Talia Bar-Yoseph Levine. 2012, Gestalt in the new age. In Talia Bar-Yoseph Levine (ed) 2012 Gestalt Therapy: Advances in Theory and Practice (Advancing Theory in Therapy Series Ed Keith Tudor). Routledge, Hove, UK
Gestalt Phenomenology And Embodied Cognitive Science
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Isaac, A.M.C., Ward, D. Introduction. Synthese 198, 2135–2151 (2021.

Gestalt Theory of Dependent Behaviors
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Gestalt Theory of Dependent Behaviors. Chapter 19. Dependent Behaviors by Philip Brownell and Peter Schulthess  (Kindle Locations 8650-8652) in Gestalt Therapy in Clinical Practice: From Psychopathology to the Aesthetics of Contact (Gestalt Therapy Book Series 2). Gianni Francesetti, Michela Gecele, Jan Roubal, and Leslie Greenberg

Gestalt Therapy Approach to Depressive Experience
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Absence Is the Bridge Between Us: Gestalt Therapy Perspective on Depressive Experiences (Gestalt Therapy Book Series 4). Gianni Francesetti and Lynne Jacobs

Gestalt Therapy Recounted
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Spagnuolo Lobb, Margherita. The Now-for-Next in Psychotherapy: Gestalt Therapy Recounted in Post-Modern Society (Gestalt Therapy Book Series 1). Istituto di Gestalt HCC Italy, Siracusa, Italy. Kindle Edition.

Gestalt Therapy and Developmental Theories
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Ch 11. Gestalt Therapy and Developmental Theories in Gestalt Therapy in Clinical Practice: From Psychopathology to the Aesthetics of Contact (Gestalt Therapy Book Series 2). Gianni Francesetti, Michela Gecele, Jan Roubal, and Leslie Greenberg

Gestalt Therapy and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: The Irony and the Challenge
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Gestalt Review, 7 (1): 42-55, 2003

Identifying and Alienating
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Perls, Frederick S. ; Hefferline, Ralph; Goodman, Paul. Gestalt Therapy: Excitement and Growth in the Human Personality (p. 190). The Gestalt Journal Press. Kindle Edition.
Imagery and Creative Work in Therapy
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Impact Of Traumatic Experiences In Childhood For The Development Of Borderline Personality Disorder
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Medrano Garza, R., Caceres Vargas, M., Ruiz Meza, R. (2021). IMPACT OF TRAUMATIC EXPERIENCES IN CHILDHOOD FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER: A CASE REPORT. Academia Letters, Article 1340. 

Inquiry
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Erskine, Richard; Moursund, Janet; Trautmann, Rebecca. 1999 Beyond Empathy: A Therapy of Contact-in Relationships. Taylor and Francis. Kindle Edition.

Integrating Expressive Methods in a Relational-Psychotherapy
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International Journal of Integrative Psychotherapy, Vol. 1, No. 2, 2010.  Date of publication: 13 June 2011

Integrating Mindfulness-Based Empirically Supported Treatments into Evidence Based Practice
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Kristen Kochamba 2017 Integrating Mindfulness-Based Empirically Supported Treatments (Mb-Ests) Into Evidence Based Practice (Ebp): A Replication And Extension Study. Dissertation Submitted To The School Of Behavioral And Applied Sciences In Partial Fulfillment Of The Requirements For The Degree Doctor Of Psychology Azusa Pacific University

Intimacy and Love in Therapy
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Intolerance of Uncertainty-Focused Treatment for Adolescents With Excessive Worry: A Pilot Feasibility Study
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T. Wahlund, E. Andersson, M. Jolstedt, et al., 2019 Intoleranceof Uncertainty Focused Treatment for Adolescents With Excessive Worry: A Pilot Feasibility Study. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice,accepted June 2019

Involvement
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Erskine, Richard; Moursund, Janet; Trautmann, Rebecca. 1999 Beyond Empathy: A Therapy of Contact-in Relationships. Taylor and Francis. Kindle Edition.

Is Shame All There Is?
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Greenberg, L., 2011, Is Shame All There Is? Gestalt Review, 15(3):287-295

Juxtaposition
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Erskine, Richard; Moursund, Janet; Trautmann, Rebecca. 1999 Beyond Empathy: A Therapy of Contact-in Relationships. Taylor and Francis. Kindle Edition.

Let the Straw Man Speak Husserl's Phenomenology in Context
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Love in Psychotherapy
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Margherita Spagnuolo Lobb, Donna Orange, and Paolo Migone.  The Now-for-Next in Psychotherapy: Gestalt Therapy Recounted in Post-Modern Society (Gestalt Therapy Book Series 1).

Love, Admiration, Or Safety. A System of Gestalt Diagnosis of Borderline, Narcissistic, and Schizoid Adaptations that Focuses on What Is Figure for the Client
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No Change? A Grounded Theory Analysis of Depressed Patients' Perspectives on Non-improvement in Psychotherapy
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Melissa Miléna De Smet, Reitske Meganck, Kimberly Van Nieuwenhove, Femke L. Truijens  and Mattias Desmet. 2019. No Change? A Grounded Theory Analysis of Depressed Patients’ Perspectives on Non-improvement in Psychotherapy. Frontiers in Psychology March Volume 10, Article 588

Non-Directivity A Fiction and an Irresponsible Denial of Power
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Ch 7 ‘Non-Directivity’: A Fiction and an Irresponsible Denial of Power? Paul Wilkins Person-Centred Therapy in Focus (Counselling & Psychotherapy in Focus Series) Sage

Ontological and Epistemological Foundations of Qualitative Research
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Irene Vasilachis de Gialdino. 2009 Ontological and Epistemological Foundations of Qualitative Research. Volume 10, No. 2, Art. 30

Out of This World: Suicide Examined. Myths, Misrepresentations, and Fallacies
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Panic Attacks
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Panic Attacks and Postmodernity: Gestalt Therapy Between Clinical and Social Perspectives. Gianni Francesetti (Editor) 2007

Panic Attacks
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Paradoxical Theory of Change
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Beisser, A., 1970 The Paradoxical Theory of Change in Fagan, J. and Shepherd, I. L., 1970 Gestalt Therapy Now; Theory, Techniques, Applications. Gestalt Journal Press

Phenomenology of Practice
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Max van Manen. 2007 Phenomenology of Practice. Phenomenology & Practice, Volume 1, No. 1, pp. 11 – 30.

Phobic-Obsessive-Compulsive Relational Styles
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Gestalt Therapy in Clinical Practice: From Psychopathology to the Aesthetics of Contact (Gestalt Therapy Book Series 2). Gianni Francesetti, Michela Gecele, Jan Roubal, and Leslie Greenberg

Poetry Therapy as a Tool for Strengths-Based Practice
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Poetry as a Creative Process in Psychotherapy
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Louis Hoffman and Carrie V. Pate. 2014 Poetry as a Creative Process in Psychotherapy

Poetry as a Creative Process in Psychotherapy
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Predictors of suicide relative to other deaths in patients with suicide attempts and suicide ideation: A 30-year prospective study
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Amy Wenzel, Edward R. Berchick, Thomas Tenhave, Steffanie Halberstadt, Gregory K. Brown, Aaron T. Beck 2011. Predictors of suicide relative to other deaths in patients with suicide attempts and suicide ideation: A 30-year prospective study. Journal of Affective Disorders 132 (2011) 375–382 Available online 8 April 2011

Relational Aggression and Why Kids Engage In It
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Relational Group Psychotherapy the Healing of Stress Neglect and Trauma
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International Journal of Integrative Psychotherapy, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2010

Relational Needs
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Erskine, Richard; Moursund, Janet; Trautmann, Rebecca. 1999 Beyond Empathy: A Therapy of Contact-in Relationships. Taylor and Francis. Kindle Edition.

Representing narrative process in therapy: Qualitative analysis of a single case.
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McLeod, John Balamoutsou, Sophia. 1996 Representing narrative process in therapy: Qualitative analysis of a single case. ; Counselling Psychology Quarterly, Vol 9(1), pp. 61-76

Research Poetry and Meaning Making: Stanzas from an Autoethnography
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Shelley Tracey 2008 Research Poetry and Meaning Making: Stanzas from an Autoethnography Quest Proceedings of the QUB AHSS Conference June 2008 Issue 6 Autumn 2008 pp177-188

Resistance to Change: the ah but moments
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Roots Identity Personality
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David Forrest 2014 Roots Identity Personality. Gestalt Psychotherapy Training Institute Conference Workshop. Scotland

Sand Tray in Therapy
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Schools of Psychotherapy and the Beginnings of a Scientific Approach
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Self and Shame
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Wheeler, G., 1997, Self and Shame: A Gestalt Approach. Gestalt Review,1(3):22l-244

Self is Discovered at The Contact Boundary
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Shame and Belonging
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Robert G. Lee, R. G., 2007 Shame & Belonging in Childhood: The Interaction Between Relationship and Neurobiological Development in the Early Years of Life. British Gestalt Journal Vol 16 No 2, pp38-45

Shame in Organisations
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Bentley, T., 2012, Shame in Organisations. Gestalt Review, 16(1):88-109.


Social Context and Psychotherapy
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Ch 8, Social Context and Psychotherapy by Giovanni Salonia in Gestalt Therapy in Clinical Practice: From Psychopathology to the Aesthetics of Contact (Gestalt Therapy Book Series 2).  Gianni Francesetti, Michela Gecele, Jan Roubal, and Leslie Greenberg

Suicide and Therapy Essay
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Suicide and internalised relationships: A study from the perspective of psychotherapists working with suicidal patients
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Barbara M. Richards (1999) Suicide and internalised relationships: A study from the perspective of psychotherapists working with suicidal patients, British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 27:1, 85-98

Surviving Relational Aggression: Tips for Adults and Girls
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Teenage Anger
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Teenage: Self Harm
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Ten Things Your Teen Is Reluctant To Tell You
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Reece, Colleen L., 1995 Ten Things Your Teen is Reluctant To Tell You. Focus on the Family September 1995

The Function of Aggression in Therapy
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The Historical Roots of Gestalt Therapy Theory
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The Journey of the Counselor and Therapist: Research Findings and Perspectives on Professional Development
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Helge Rønnestad, Thomas Skovholt. 2003 The Journey of the Counselor and Therapist: Research Findings and Perspectives on Professional Development. Journal of Career Development, Vol. 30, No. 1, Fall 2003

The Mind Behind the Bully: The Psychology of Bullying - A Platform for Good
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The Need For Gestalt Therapy Research
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CHAPTER TWO. The Need For Gestalt Therapy Research. Eva K. Gold And Stephen G. Zahm in Handbook for Theory, Research, and Practice in Gestalt Therapy, Edited by Philip Brownell. This book first published 2008 by Cambridge Scholars Publishing

The Role of Touch
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The Three Functions of the Self
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Gestalt Therapy in Clinical Practice: From Psychopathology to the Aesthetics of Contact (Gestalt Therapy Book Series 2). Gianni Francesetti, Michela Gecele, Jan Roubal, and Leslie Greenberg
The Voice of Shame as Intervention
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McConville, M., 2011, The Voice of Shame as Intervention. Gestalt Review, 15(3):239-249

The felt sense and how it can therapeutically be mediated by photographs
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Sitvast, J. (2021). The felt sense and how it can therapeutically be mediated by photographs. Academia Letters, Article 665.

Therapeutic Practice
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Touch in Therapy
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Treating People with Borderline Personality Disorder
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Yontef, Gary. Awareness Dialogue & Process: Essays on Gestalt Therapy. The Gestalt Journal Press. Kindle Edition

Value Of Research PGCert and Emerging Thoughts
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What Are The Types of Depression?
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