Gestalt Therapy: 100 Key Points and Techniques by Dave Mann (Second Edition)
Gestalt therapy offers a present-focused, relational approach, central to which is the fundamental belief that the client knows the best way of adjusting to their situation. By working to heighten awareness through dialogue and creative experimentation, gestalt therapists create the conditions for a client’s personal journey to health.
Gestalt Therapy: 100 Key Points and Techniques provides a concise guide to this flexible and far-reaching approach. Topics discussed include:
- the theoretical assumptions underpinning gestalt therapy
- gestalt assessment and process diagnosis
- field theory, phenomenology and dialogue
- ethics and values
- evaluation and research.
As such this book will be essential reading for gestalt trainees, as well as all counsellors and psychotherapists wanting to learn more about the gestalt approach.
Dr Ruth Layzell’s latest book chapter
Dr Ruth Layzell has contributed a chapter on “Pastoral responses to congregational tragedy” to this new publication: https://amzn.to/2KEPn43
Anissa Chung’s latest article
A Meeting of Souls: Anissa Chung explores the transpersonal in therapeutic work. published in BACP Thresholds
Dr Lorraine Price’s latest article
Theory at the Heart of Integration published in The British Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, the official journal of the United Kingdom Association for Psychotherapy Integration.
Better Late Than Never – Dr Lorraine Price’s exciting new book
Dr Lorraine Price is a key member of the SPTI academic team, acting as Programme Leader for both the MSc in Integrative Psychotherapy as well as the SPTI Diploma in Clinical Supervision. Alongside her teaching and private practice, she has recently published her new book ‘Better Late than Never’.
‘Lorraine Price has written an important book for all psychotherapists. She describes the need for some clients to regress to an early developmental age while relying on a secure, dependable, healing relationship with the psychotherapist. Price’s review of the literature includes such topics as relational loss, terror, annihilation, psychological withdrawal, cumulative trauma, relational needs, shame, and identity, as well as the effects of acute anxiety and depression.This is a must-read for any psychotherapist interested in doing in-depth psychotherapy.’ —Dr Richard G. Erskine,Training Director, Institute for Integrative Psychotherapy.
Making the Most of Counselling & Psychotherapy Placements
Michelle Oldale (former tutor MSc Person-Centred and Experiential Psychotherapy), and Michelle J. Cooke (Programme Leader MSc Person-Centred and Experiential Psychotherapy) have used their extensive experience in the field to address a gap in the counselling and psychotherapy training literature. ‘Making the Most of Placements in Counselling and Psychotherapy’ is a highly acclaimed one-stop shop providing counselling and psychotherapy trainees with everything they need to know to secure, survive and thrive in their practice placement.
‘Bravo’ to the writers of this excellent book, which puts together all the information on student placements in an easy to read, accessible format. Valuable not only for students on counselling and psychotherapy courses, but also for trainers, supervisors and organisations, it offers a wealth of practical information.’ Jo Sansby, counsellor, psychotherapist and supervisor, Central Manchester University Hospitals – Healthcare : Counselling and Psychotherapy Journal