Because our faculty is working out in the world and is not an academic faculty, we
don't require them to research or publish. However, we do feature the books of our faculty authors in our GISC bookstore reflecting their specific interests in research
and applications. Books by these accomplished writers can be purchased on-site
at GISC, here in our eBookstore,
as well as from your favorite bookseller.
In Search of Good Form by Joseph C. Zinker
- Gestalt Therapy with Couples and Families
Organizational Consulting by Edwin C. Nevis
- A Gestalt Approach
On Intimate Ground Edited by Gordon Wheeler
& Stephanie Backman
We publish an academic journal, Gestalt Review
, reflecting a wide variety of organizational and clinical research and application from our international community. Gestalt Review
is published three times a year.
BLOG & NEWSLETTERS
features interviews, Center news, and brief articles on the effective application of Gestalt theory and GISC training by a broad spectrum of users in a range of settings. Depending on the
post, you might find a perspective by a bank president,
community social worker,
or consultant to new governments. We are moving to the GISC blog
as our primary public communications vehicle in lieu of the newsletter published in the past. We hope you will visit often and share your comments with us and the GISC community.
View past newsletters here.
FACULTY & PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATES' PUBLICATIONS
Visit this space regularly to see what our faculty and professional associates are publishing in industry publications and link to articles of interest.
Bridget Farrands, "A Gestalt Approach to Strategic Team Change," from OD Practitioner, Volume 44, Number 4, 2012.
Gwynne Guzzeau, "Communication Counts: Coaching Strategies for Estate Planning Practitioners," Probate and Property, Volume 26, Number 6, 2012 by the American Bar Association.
RESEARCH AND STUDY
We are engaged in formal study groups, annual conferences exploring special
topics, commissioned research, and field study as we seek to continuously deepen
our insight into how people work well together.
OTHER GESTALT COMMUNITY LINKS & RESOURCES
"The Money Dance" - Patricia Boswell, Summer Series Guest Instructor for Money Matters: A Personal Workshop for Professional Development
Bringing Citizen Voices to the Table - Carolyn J. Lukensmeyer, PhD
Gestalt News & Notes - for a listing of GISC and other Gestalt news and events.