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Introduction: The Emergence of the Relational Perspective in Gestalt Therapy
Section One: An Relational Gestalt Therapy Theory
1. Aesthetic Relational Knowledge and the Dance of Reciprocity in the Therapeutic Field: Post Pandemic Gestalt Therapy in Practice
Margherita Spagnuolo Lobb
2. Engaged Surrender
3. Field Theory in Psychopathology and Clinical Practice
Gianni Francesetti, Michela Gecele & Jan Roubal
4. Gestalt Therapy Theory in an Age of Turmoil
5. To Hold the Hands that Hold our Hands: Responsivity of Contacting
6. The Gifts and Risks in Relational Empathy: An Historical Perspective
7. Living in a World of Meaning
Section Two: Applications of the Relational Gestalt Perspective
8. A Classical Beginning and a Relational Turn: A Gestalt Therapy Case Study
Charles E. Bowman & Ann Bowman
9. When the World Changes in an Instant: Exploring the "Cracks in the Continuity of Experience"
10. What My Client Taught Me About Dialogic Presence: A Case Study of Client and Therapist in Relational Gestalt Therapy
11. On Regret: A Relational Gestalt Therapy Perspective
Peter Cole & Daisy Reese
12. The Encounter Process
13. Shame and Relational Gestalt Group Therapy: Restoring the Interpersonal Bridge
Section Three: Integrative Relational Approaches
14. Embodies Relational Presence in Buddhist Psychology Informed Gestalt Therapy
Eva Gold & Steve Zahm
15. The Here and Now of Sandtray Therapy: Sandtray Therapy Meets Gestalt Therapy
Karen Pernet & Wendy Caplin
16. The Mountain and the River: Stillness and Flow and the Art of Therapy
Christine Campbell & Jack Fris
This compelling and comprehensive volume is an anthology of current thinking by many of gestalt therapys leading theoreticians, clinicians, and researchers.
Including many well-known voices in the field and introducing several new ones to the current gestalt therapy literature, the book presents a broad-ranging compendium of essays, scientific articles, clinical applications, and integrative approaches that represent the richness and vibrancy of the field. Each contributor brings intellectual rigor, honest personal reflection, and humanism to their area of inquiry. This ethosthe spirit of relational gestalt therapyinfuses the whole book, bringing a sense of coherence to its seventeen chapters. Following an introduction written by Mark Winitsky, PhD, as an entry point into the field for students and psychotherapists from other schools of thought, the book is organized into three sections: Theory, Clinical Applications, and Integrative Approaches. Readers will encounter new ways of thinking about psychotherapy, new skills they can bring to their work, and new ways of integrating gestalt therapy with other approaches.
The Relational Heart of Gestalt Therapy is essential reading for Gestalt therapists as well as other mental health professionals with an interest in Gestalt approaches.