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Gestalt Review

Gestalt Review, launched in 1997, provides a forum for theory and practice exchanges throughout the world. The international editorial board concentrates on the Gestalt approach at all system levels ranging from the individual, couples, families and groups, to organizations and the community at large. The journal also publishes original papers dealing with politics, philosophy, gender, and culture. Gestalt Review is peer-reviewed and published three times a year.

Gestalt Review - Current Issue - Vol. 18 - 2014
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Forthcoming Articles


The Phenomenological Method in Husserl and in Gestalt Therapy

Sylvia Fleming Crocker, PhD

 

(Gestalt) Pathways of Dissemination, Parts II, III

Michael Fisher, PhD

 

Addiction as Persistent Traumatic Experience: Neurobiological Process and Good Contact

Giancarlo Pintus, PysD

 

The Concept of Resistance according to Gestalt Therapy: Some Reflections

Carmen Vazquez Bandin, PhD

 

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Forthcoming Book Reviews (not in order of appearance)

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Gestalt Therapy and the American Experience (Jack Aylward)

by Charles Bowman, MS

 

Borderline, Narcissistic, and Schizoid Adaptations:

The Pursuit of Love, Admiration, and Safety (Elinor Greenberg) by Carol Brockmon, LCSW, PCC; & by Gianni Fracessetti

 

Future Sense: Five Explorations of Whole Intelligence

for a World That’s Waking Up (Malcolm Parlett)

by Billy Desmond, Msc, Dip Gestalt, MBA

 

Gestalt Therapy (Theories of Psychotherapy)

(Gordon Wheeler & Lena Axelsson)

by Gwynne Guzzeau, JD

 

Expanding Your Leadership:

A Journey Towards Building Character (Dagrun Dvergsdal)

by Nancy Hardaway, M.ED

 

Integrative Gestalt Practice: Transforming our Ways of Working with People (Mikael Sonne & Jan Toennesvang)

by Alan Meara, MGT

 

Women in Gestalt Therapy (Adriena Feckova & Beatrix Wimmer, Eds.)

by Joseph Melnick, PhD

 

 


 

 

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Launched in 1997, Gestalt Review provides a forum for exchanges in theory and practice throughout the world. It concentrates on the Gestalt approach at all system levels, ranging from the individual, through couples, families, and groups, to organizations, educational settings, and the community-at-large. The journal also publishes original articles dealing with politics, philosophy, gender, and culture. The Review and Reflections pages typically contain book reviews and personal reflections. The journal is peer reviewed and published three times a year.

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Editor: Susan L. Fischer, PhD
Founding Editor: Joseph Melnick, PhD

Associate Editors:

Editorial Advisory Board:

Jack Aylward, EdD, US
Peter Cole, LCSW, US
Sylvia Fleming Crocker, PhD, US
Billy Desmond, MSc, MBA, UK
Sarah Fallon, SRAsT(D), Dip GPTI, UK
Bud Feder, PhD, US
Iris Fodor, PhD, US
Gianna Francesetti, MD, Italy
Ruella Frank, PhD, US
Sean Gaffney, PhD, Ireland/Sweden
Leslie S. Greenberg, PhD, Canada
Gaie Houston, MA, England
Francisco Huneeus, MD, Chile
Lynne Jacobs, PhD, US
Isabelle Le Peuch, PhD, France
Talia Levine Bar-Yoseph, MA, Israel
Margherita Spagnuolo Lobb, PhD, Italy
Jochen Lohmeier, PhD, South Africa
Mark McConville, PhD, US
Peter Mortola, PhD, US
Violet Oaklander, PhD,US
Eleanor O'Leary, PhD, Ireland
Brian O'Neill, BA, MAPS, Australia
Malcolm Parlett, PhD, England
Susan E. Partridge PhD, US
Erving Polster, PhD, US
Robert Resnick, PhD, US
Jan Roubal, MD, Czech Republic
Frank Rubenfeld, PhD, US
Stuart N. Simon, LICSW, US
Herb Stevenson, MA, USA
Sarah Toman, PhD, US
Daan Van Baalen, MD, Norway
Carmen Vazquez Bandin, PhD, Spain
Gordon Wheeler, PhD, US
Ansel Woldt, EdD, US
Georges Wollants, LicPs PedSc, Belgium


 

     
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