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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.

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Volume 16, Number 1
Editorial. The Gestalt Research Tradition: Figure and Ground

  Susan L. Fischer, PhD

A Phenomenologically Based Theory of Personality

  Todd Burley, PhD, ABPP
Commentary I: Whither Meaningfulness?
  Lynne Jacobs, PhD
Commentary II: Phenomenology, Or Not?
Reflections on Burley’s Proposed Theory of Personality
  Mark McConville, PhD
Holism in Gestalt Theory:
A Response to Jacobs and McConville
  Todd Burley, PhD, ABPP
Gestalt Therapy for Patients with Schizophrenia: A Brief Review
  Sidse M. H. Arnfred, MD, PhD, MSc
A Cross-Cultural Exploration of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Assessment, Diagnosis, and Recommended (Gestalt) Treatment

  Dilani M. Perera-Diltz, PhD
John M. Laux, PhD
Sarah M. Toman, PhD
Shame in Organisations

  Trevor Bentley, PhD
Reviews and Reflections
   
Reviews
Aggression, Time, and Understanding: Contributions to the Evolution of Gestalt Therapy (Frank-M. Staemmler)

Gestalt Group Therapy: A Practical Guide
(Bud Feder)
 

Des Kennedy, PhD




Maria Papacostaki, MA., MFT

In Memoriam: Anne Teachworth, DAPA, CGC
  Morgan Goodlander, MA
Volume 16, Number 2
Editorial. Plus ça change, ça n’est plus la même chose: Change as “Choiceful” Learning and Development

  Susan L. Fischer, PhD

“Espérame en el cielo”:
The Process of Grief According to Gestalt Therapy

  Carmen Vázquez Bandín, PhD
(Translation Revised by Susan L. Fischer, PhD)
Inclusive Exclusive Aggression Some (Gestalt) Reflections   Philip Lichtenberg, PhD
Sex, Gender and the Theatre of Self:
Acting Theory in (Gestalt) Psychotherapy with a Transsexual Client

  Sarah Fallon, SRAsT(D), Dip GPTI
In Conversation with Mary Anne Walk, Executive Director: Clarity of Purpose and Strategy for Growth at the Gestalt International Study Center

  Mary Anne Walk, M.A., MBA, MS, MCC,
and Susan L. Fischer, PhD
Reflections
The Sacredness of Change: Coaching and Spiritual Practice

  Rosalind Spigel, MSOD, GISC Certified Coach
Reviews    

The First Year and the Rest of Your Life:
Movement, Development, and Psychotherapeutic Change
(Ruella Frank and Frances La Barre)

  Margherita Spagnuolo-Lobb, PhD
Gestalt Therapy: 100 Key Points and Techniques (Dave Mann)
  Stephanie Sabar, MSW, LCSW
“change” happens: When to Try Harder and When to Stop Trying So Hard (Avrum Geurin Weiss)

  Jane Honeck, CPA, GISC Certified Coach
Flying Without Wings, Life with Arnold Beisser (Liv Estrup)
  James Weaver, PhD
Volume 16, Number 3
Editorial. On Developmental Perspectives

  Susan L. Fischer, PhD

Towards a Developmental Perspective in Gestalt Therapy Theory and Practice: The Polyphonic Development of Domains

  Margherita Spagnuolo Lobb, PhD
Commentary I. Associations While Reading Spagnuolo Lobb
  Susan Roos, PhD
Commentary II. A Developmental Theory of the Infant

  Violet Oaklander, PhD
Commentary III. Finding the Line: Resolving Dialectical Tensions in Developmental and Gestalt Therapy Theory

  Peter Mortola, PhD
Response to Roos, Oaklander, & Mortola
  Margherita Spagnuolo Lobb, PhD
Calling for a Gestalt Developmental Perspective

  Elpida Kalaitzi, MSc
Applying the Cape Cod Model © to Coaching
  Stuart N. Simon, LICSW
Reflections. In Dialogue with Gestalt Review
A Response to Des Kennedy’s Review of
Aggression, Time, and Understanding by Frank-M. Staemmler

  Lynne Jacobs, PhD
The Kubler-Ross Model: An Esteemed Relic
  Susan Roos, PhD, LCSW
Reviews    
Fritz Perls in Berlin 1893-1933: Expressionism, Psychoanalysis, Judaism (Bernd Bocian)

  Charles Bowman, MS
Gestalt Therapy for Addictive and Self-Medicating Behaviors (Philip Brownell)

  Michael Craig Clemmens, PhD



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

Associate Editors:

Editorial Advisory Board:

Nancy Amendt-Lyon, PhD, Austria
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
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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