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Abell, R. G., & Abell, C. W. (1976). Own your own life. New York: D. McKay Co.


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1972:33(3B):1286


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1978:1(2):28-33.


GOODMAN, G. & TIMKO, M.G.

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GOODMAN, P.

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All in Pursglove, P.D.


GOODMAN, P.

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Goodman's big novel, overflowing with his psychological ideas and notions.


GOODMAN, P.

Utopian essays and practical proposals.

NY: Vintage/Random House; 1962.

Dedicated to Elliott Shapiro, an early pioneer in Gestalt therapy and education.


GOODSTEIN, M.

"A comparison of gestalt and transactional analysis therapies in marathons."

1971: Ill. Institute of Technology, diss.
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"Gestalt therapy, tantric budhism and the way of zen."

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1980: 27 (3): 221-224


GREENBERG, L., RICE, L., & ELLIOTT, R. (1993). Facilitating emotional change: The

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GREENBERG, L.S. & RICE, L.N.

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PSYCHOTHERAPY

1981:21(4):465-472


GREENBERG, L.S. & WEBSTER, M.

"Resolving Decisional Conflict by Gestalt Two-Chair Dialogue: Relating Process to Outcome."

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1982:29(59):467-477


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GREENBERG, L.S., & DOMPIERRE, L.M.

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JOURNAL OF COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY

1981: 28 (4): 288-294


GREENBERG, L.S., & CLARKE, K.M.

"Differential effects of the two-chair experiment and empathic reflections at a conflict marker."

JOURNAL OF COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY

1979: 26: 1-8


GREENBERG, L.S.

"Working With Emotion"

INTERNATIONAL GESTALT JOURNAL

2002:25(2):31-57


GREENBERG, L.S.

"Training counselors in Gestalt methods."

CANADIAN COUNSELOR

1980: 14 (3): 174-180


GREENBERG, L.S.

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PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH AND PRACTICE.

1979: 16: 316-324


GREENBERG, L.S.

"The intensive analysis of recurring events from the practice of Gestalt therapy."

PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH AND PRACTICE.

17 (2): 143-152


GREENBERG, E.

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GREENBERG, L.S., & KAHN, S.E.

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CANADIAN COUNSELOR

1978: 13 (1) 23-27


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"The art of emotional nourishment."

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GREENWALD, J.A.

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GREENWALD, J.A.

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BULLETIN OF STRUCTURAL INTEGRATION.

1969:1(3):19-21


GREENWALD, J.A.

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JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOTHERAPY.

1972:5:3-12. Also in Stephenson, F.D.


GREENWALD, J.A.

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In Hatcher, C. & Himmelstein, P.
GREENWALD, J.A.

"An introduction to the philosophy and techniques of Gestalt therapy."

BULLETIN OF STRUCTURAL INTEGRATION

1969:1(3):9-11.


GREENWALD, J.A.

"Self-induced loneliness."

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Albuquerque: Peanut Butter & Jelly Pre-school; 1975.

With 117 references and copious annotation, this is one of the nicest of the early bibliographies. It lists books, chapters, articles and dissertations. Well done; includes a guide for beginners.

Available through American Psychological Association.
GROMAN, W.D., NELSON, W.M. III, & DAVIDSON, K.M.

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AMER. JOURNAL OF PSYCHOANALYSIS.

1980 (Spring):40(1):33-42.


Gross, T. (2014). Review: Bringing Citizen Voices to the Table: A Guide for Public Managers (Carolyn Lukensmeyer). Gestalt Review, 18(1), 5.
GROUBER, L.N.

"Simple techniques to relieve anxiety."

JOURNAL OF FAMILY PRACTICE.

1977:5(4):641-4


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"Use of the leader and of the group process in Gestalt therapy groups."

GROUP.

1978 (Winter)2:4


GUINAN, J.F., FOULDS, M.L. & WRIGHT, J.C.

"Do the changes last? A six-month follow-up of a marathon group."

SMALL GROUP BEHAVIOR.

1973:4:177-80.


GUINAN, J.F. & FOULDS, M.L.

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1970:17:145-9.


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Turning on.

NY: Macmillan, 1969.

The first book guide the general pubic through the "me decade." A minor best seller.


H LL, K.

"Philosophical Anarchism as a Source of Gestalt Therapy: Its Importance for Therapeutic Practice and for Orientation in the Political Field"

INTERNATIONAL GESTALT JOURNAL

2003, 26/2, 47-70


HABER, R.A.

"A synopsis and synthesis of the theories and techniques of Carl Gustov Jung and Frederick S.

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HABER, R.A. & SMALL, J.

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1978: U. of South Carolina, unpub. ms.
HABER, R.A.

"The evaluation of gestalt warm-up exercises by individuals according to their Jungian

typology."

1978: U. of South Carolina, diss.


HACKERSON, E.

"`Help me': Support and responsibility in Gestalt therapy."

In Hatcher, C. & Himelstein, P.
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SOCIAL CASEWORK.

1978: 59:428-33.


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HALL, R.A.

"A schema of the gestalt concept of the organismic flow and its disturbance."

In Smith, E.W.L.

An adventurous graphic presentation of positive and negative organismic flow, influence by Reichian concepts. A good model for the graphic representation of Gestalt ideas.


HALL, R.A.

"The complete psychotherapist as artist: Gestalt perspectives on the organic integration of six selves."

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HALL, R.A.

"My life measured in abandoned words."

In Stevens, J.O.
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HAMMANN, K. & HAMMANN, J.

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"Effects of gestalt marathon groups with college student participants."

Bowling Green State University, unpub. ms.
HANNIGAN, P.S.

"An investigation of the comparative effects of a 16-hour and a 24-hour marathon gestalt workshop on a measure of self-actualization."

1976: University of Toledo, dissertation.
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HARDY, M.E.

"Evaluating nursing theory."

NLN PUBLICATION

1978:(15-1708):75-86.


Harman, R. (1990). Gestalt therapy discussions with the masters. Springfield IL: Charles C. Thomas
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HARMAN, R.L.

"Gestalt interactional groups."

PERSONNEL AND GUIDANCE JOURNAL

1975:54:49-51


HARMAN, R.L.

"Gestalt awareness training for graduate students."

COUNSELOR EDUCATION AND SUPERVISION.

1977:15:15-4.


HARMAN, R.L.

"Goals of Gestalt therapy."

PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY.

1974:4:178-84.


HARMAN, R.L.

"Techniques of Gestalt therapy."

PROFESSIONAL PSYCHOLOGY.

1974:5:257-63.


HARMAN, R.L. & TARLETON, K.B.

"Gestalt therapy supervision."

THE GESTALT JOURNAL

1983:6(1):29-38.


HARMAN, R.L., AYLWARD, J., BAUER, R., FREEMAN, H., & PERLS, L.

"A case presentation in Gestalt therapy: II."

THE GESTALT JOURNAL

1986:9(1):16-35


HARMAN, R.L.

Gestalt therapy: Discussions with the masters.

Springfield, IL: Charles Thomas, 1990
HARMAN, R.L.

"A gestalt point of view of facilitating growth in counseling."

PERSONNEL AND GUIDANCE JOURNAL

1975:53:363-6.


HARMAN, R.L.

"Gestalt therapy discussed: An interview with James E. Simkin."

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Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)
HARMAN, R.L.

"A Voice from the past: Gestalt dreamwork with Jim Simkin."

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HARMAN, R.L.

"Gestalt therapy with couples."

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF FAMILY PSYCHIATRY

1986:7(3)


HARMAN, R.L.

"A review of Swanson's Gestalt Experiential Training: A Multimedia Training Program in Gestalt Helping Skills."

THE GESTALT JOURNAL

1985:8(2):86-88


HARMAN, R.L.

"Loosening up: Musings about Gestalt therapy training with Jim Simkin."

In Resnick, R.W. & Yontef, G.M. (1984)
HARMAN, R.L.

"Recent developments in Gestalt group therapy."

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY

1984:34,3:473-483


HARMAN, R.L.

"Gestalt therapy research."

THE GESTALT JOURNAL

1984:7(2):61-69.


HARMAN, R.L.

"Working at the contact boundaries."

THE GESTALT JOURNAL

1982:5(1):39-48.


HARMAN, R.L.

"A tribute to Laura Perls."

VOICES

1982:18(2)


HARMAN, R.L.

"Humor and Gestalt therapy."

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HARMAN, R.L.

"Gestalt therapy with sexually impotent males: A holistic approach."

THE GESTALT JOURNAL

1979:2(2):65-72.


HARMAN, R.L.

"Gestalt marriage and family therapy."

THE GESTALT JOURNAL

1978:1(2):92-103.


HARMAN, R.L.

Gestalt therapy with groups, couples, sexually dysfunctional men, and dreams.

Springfield, IL: Charles Thomas, 1989
HARMAN, R.L.

"Beyond techniques."

COUNSELOR EDUCATION AND SUPERVISION.

1977:17:157-8.


HARPER, R.A.

Psychoanalysis and psychotherapy: thirty-six systems.

Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1959.
HARPER, R.A.

The new psychotherapies.

Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall; 1975.
HARPER, R.A., BAUER, R. & KANNARKAT, J.

"Learning theory and Gestalt therapy."

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOTHERAPY.

1976:30:55-72.


HARPER, R.A.

"The what and how of psychotherapy."

JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOTHERAPY.

1976:8:19.


Harris, John Bernard, & Philippson, Peter. (2001). Working with anger in therapy : a Gestalt approach (2nd ed. ed.): Manchester Gestalt Centre
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HARRIS, E.S.

"Becoming a `mensch' in my therapy: An open letter to Joseph C. Zinker."

VOICES

1983:19(3)


HARRIS, C.O.

"Toward Laura."

VOICES

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HARRIS, C.O.

"Bill Warner's demon."

THE GESTALT JOURNAL

1983:6(2):67-70.


HARRIS, F.S.

"The relative effects of gestalt oriented and systematic desensitization approaches in the treatment of the anxious college male non-daters."

Washington University (St. Louis 1977, disser.)
HARTMANN-KOTTEK, L.

"Gestalt therapy as a subject of emphasis in the borderline area of psychiatry."

PSYCHOTHERAPEUTIC MEDICAL PSYCHOLOGY

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HASSRICK, B.

"Gestalt Therapy and American Pragmatism: Kindred Perspectives on the Self"

INTERNATIONAL GESTALT JOURNAL

2003, 26/2, 71-84


Hatcher, C., & Himelstein, P. (Ed.). (1976). The handbook of Gestalt therapy. New York: Jason Aronson
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"Biofeedback and Gestalt therapy."

In Hatcher, C. & Himelstein, P.
HATCHER, C.

"Intrapersonal and interpersonal models: Blending gestalt and family therapies."

JOURNAL OF MARRIAGE AND FAMILY COUNSELING.

January, 1978:63-8.


HATHAWAY, D.E.

"The counselor: Follower or leader."

"The personal involvement of the group facilitator."

Undated, unpublished ms.


HAVENS, J.

"Gestalt, bioenergetics and encounter: New wine without skins."

In Cox, R.H. (Ed.), Religious systems and psychotherapy.

Springfield, Ill.: C.C. Thomas, 1973.


Hawley, D. (2011). Therapeutic work with gender identity issues: a response to John L. Bennett. British Gestalt Journal, 20(1), 7.
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HELLGREN, R.K.

Construct validation of the gestalt Q-sort: An R-method approach.

Doctoral dissertation, Kent State university, 1983.
HENDLIN, S.J.

"Gestalt therapy: The here and now is not what it used to be."

In: Binder, J. & Karle, W. (Eds.)

The development of established psychotherapy theories.

Itasca, IL: Peacock, 1985.
HENDLIN, S.J.

"An introduction to T'ai Chi Chuan as an adjunct to Gestalt therapy."

JOURNAL OF COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY

1978(b): 1: 126-137.


HENDLIN, S.J.

"The sorcerer and the psychotherapist: An existential path with heart."

1978(c), unpub. ms.
HENDLIN, S.J.

The Living Now: Present-Centeredness in Gestalt Therapy. Paper presented at the California Psychological Association Convention, Monterey, CA, February, 1979(a).


HENDLIN, S.J.

Poetry in Motion: Tai Chi Chuan and Gestalt Therapy. Workshop presented at the Tenth Annual Mid-Winter Meeting of the Division of Psychotherapy of the American Psychological Association,

Mexico City, March, 1979(b).
HENDLIN, S.J.

"Body as temple: Psychotherapy confronts the Bodhi-mind."

VOICES

1980(a): 16 (3): 37-44.


HENDLIN, S.J.

"Book reviews of Fritz Perls: Here and Now by Jack Gaines and Fritz by Martin Shepard."

PILGRIMAGE.

1980(b): 8 (3): 224-226.


HENDLIN, S.J.

"Quieting the mind through meditation."

VOICES

1982: 17 (4): 55-60.


HENDLIN, S. J.

"Gestalt therapy today: Research, theory and practice."

Unpublished paper presented at Fifteenth Annual Mid-Winter Meeting of the Division of Psychotherapy of the American Psychological Association, March 3, 1984(a), San Diego, CA.
HENDLIN, S.J.

"Review of EXPERIENTIAL FAMILY THERAPY by W. Kempler."

ASSOCIATION FOR HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY NEWSLETTER

July, 1984(b).


HENDLIN, S.J.

"Room enough for everyone."

In: Resnick, R. & Yontef, G. (Eds.)

Memorial papers for James S. Simkin, Ph.D.

Gestalt therapy Institute of Los Angeles, December, 1984(c)
HENDLIN, S.J.

"Tai Chi Chuan and Gestalt therapy."

JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOTHERAPY

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KOGAN, G.

Gestalt therapy resources.

S.F., CA., Lodestar Press, 1970, 1972; Berkeley, CA.,

Transformations Press, 1980.

Also, slightly revised in Hatcher, C. & Himelstein, P. where it is noted as Kogan & Himelstein.

The first of the Gestalt therapy bibliographies. Incomplete and unannotated.


KOGAN, G.

"Notes from a smoking control research project."

Paper presented March, 1969 at U. of CA.,

Berkeley, Symposium on smoking.


KOGAN, G.

"Perspectives: Interviews with James Simkin and John Enright."

"The genesis of Gestalt therapy."

In Hatcher, C. & Himelstein, P.


KOGAN, G., & HIMELSTEIN, P.

"Gestalt therapy resources."

In Hatcher, C., & Himelstein, P.
KOGAN, J., & CADENHEAD, E.

"Dramatization in the Gestalt therapy process."

In: Schattner, G. & Courtney, R. (Eds.)

Drama in therapy. Volume two: adults.

New York: Drama Book Specialists, 1981 (pp. 111-118).
KOGAN, G.

"The history, philosophy and practice of Gestalt therapy: Theory of human nature and conduct in Frederick Perls' psychology."

1973: U. of CA, Berkeley, diss.
KOHLER, W.

Dynamics in psychology.

NY: Liverright, 1940; NY: Washington Square

Press/Pocket Books, 1965.


KOHLER, W.

The task of gestalt psychology.

Princeton: Princeton U. Press, 1969, 164 pp.
KOHLER, W.

Gestalt psychology: An introduction to new concepts in modern psychology.

NY: Liverright, 1947; NY:NAL, 1959.

An essential and accessible text for the understanding of gestalt psychology theory.


KOHN, G.

"Learning disorders. The need for early diagnosis and treatment of children having emotional problems."

Paper presented to the Lutheran Teachers Conference, Southern

California District, San Bernadino, CA, November 1967.


KOHN, G.

"My experiences in Israel."

Unpublished paper prepared for World Federation for Mental Health & Drug Abuse, August, 1970.
KOHN, G.

"Using Gestalt therapy in counseling with poorly motivated students."

Presented at American Personal & Guidance Association, March 26-30, 1972, Chicago, IL.
KOHN, G.

"Using Gestalt therapy of Fritz Perls in vocational and educational counseling with potential drop outs, drop outs, and poorly motivated individuals."

Presented at the California Personnel & Guidance Association, February 19-21, 1971, San Francisco, CA.
KOHN, G.

"Gestalt therapy - workshop using Gestalt therapy of Fritz Perls in vocational and educational counseling with poorly motivated students."

Presented at California Personnel & Guidance Association,

February 21-23, 1970, San Diego, CA.


KOHN, G.

"Gestalt therapy using Gestalt therapy of Fritz Perls."

Symposium workshop presented approximately one year after the death of Fritz Perls, Presented at the 1971 Atlantic City Convention of the American Personnel & Guidance Association.
KOHN, G.

"Gestalt therapy in vocational and educational counseling and with potential drop outs, drop outs, poorly motivated individuals and students with learning disabilities."

Presented at the California Personnel & Guidance Association,

1970.
KOHN, G.

"The community learning center: Educational therapy and the development of human potential."

Paper presented at the Counseling Conference, California Counseling and Guidance Association,

Fullerton State College,

Fullerton, CA, October, 1967.


KOHN, G.

"Gestalt therapy at home and at school: Preventive techniques of the future."

Presented at California State Psychological Association, January

26-28, 1973, Oakland, CA.


KOHN, G.

"Gestalt therapy."

A workshop presented at the California Personnel & Guidance

Association Convention, February 19-21, 1971, San Francisco, CA.


KOHN, G.

"Fritz Perls' Gestalt therapy - one year after his passing."

Unpublished ms., 1971.
KOHN, G.

"Evaluation and management of the child with minimal cerebral dysfunction."

Unpublished paper presented to Department of Rehabilitation

Medicine, Orange County Medical Center, California College of

Medicine, February 4, 1971.
KOHN, G.

"An intensive basic encounter group experience with high school drop outs in a youth opportunity center."

Presented at Western Psychological Association, March 28-30,

1968, SAN DIEGO, CA.


KOHN, G.

"A process method of counseling with alienated youth in schools - with group and individual counseling

(video-tape demonstration)."

Presented at California Counseling & Guidance Association, February 10-12, 1968, San Francisco, CA.


KOHN, G.

"Using Gestalt therapy of Fritz Perls in a special school setting with educationally handicapped and poorly motivated students."

Presented at the California State Psychological Association, January 29-31, 1971, Coronado, CA.
KOHN, G.

"Gestalt therapy in vocational and educational counseling."

presented at the American College Personnel Association

Convention, April 4-8, 1971, Atlantic City, NJ.


KOHN, G.

"Using Gestalt therapy of Fritz Perls in a special setting with educationally handicapped and poorly motivated students."

Presented at joint convention of National Association of School Psychologists and California Association

of School Psychologists and Psychometrists, March 24-27, 1971, San Francisco, CA.


KOHN, G., et al.

"Gestalt therapy workshop: Developing awareness, responsibility and integration with students and their parents in a school setting."

Presented at the California State Psychological Association,

January 27-30, 1972, Los Angeles, CA.


KOHN, G., et al.

"Medical-psychological-speech symposium - improved communications for the learning disabled child."

Presented at California Personnel & Guidance Association,

February 21-23, 1970, San Diego, CA.


KOHN, G., et al.

"Treatment procedures of alienated youth."

Presented at California Personnel & Guidance Association

Convention, February 13,-16, 1969, Anaheim, CA.


KOHN, G.

"Group counseling with high school drop outs."

Presented at California Association of School Psychologists and Psychometrists 18th Annual Conference,

March 16-18, 1967, San

Francisco, CA.
Kolodny, R. (2011). Review: Matrix Meditations: A 16 Week Program for Developing the Mind-Heart Connection (Victor Daniels & Kooch Daniels. Gestalt Review, 15(2), 1.
KOLODZIEJSKI, D.

"A descriptive and comparative study of Gestalt therapy counselor responses."

1973: U. of Mass., diss.
KOPFSTEIN, J.

"Need for approval, expectancy for consequences, and behavior in gestalt experiments."

1972: GA. State U., diss.
Kopp, S. (1971). Guru: Metaphors from a psychotherapist. Palo Alto: Science and Behavior Books
Kopp, S. (1974). The hanged man. Palo Alto: Science and Behavior Books
KOPP, S.B.

The naked therapist

San Diego, CA., Edits, 1975.
KOPP, S.B.

"The trickster-healer."

In Smith, E.W.L.
KOPP, S.B.

This side of tragedy: Psychotherapy as theater.

Palo Alto, CA.: Science & Behavior Books, 1977.
KOPP, S.B.

Back to one: A practical guide for psychotherapists.

Palo Alto, CA.: Science & Behavior; 1977.
KOPP, S.B.

If you meet the Buddha on the road, kill him! The pilgrimage of psychotherapy patients.

Toronto: Bamtam, 1976, 238 pp.
KOPP, S.B., & FLANDERS, C.

What took you so long?

Palo Alto, CA: Science & Behavior Books, 1979.
KOPP, S.B., & FLANDERS, C.

No hidden meanings.

Palo Alto, CA: Science & Behavior Books, 1975.
KORB, M.P.

Gestalt therapy: Practice and theory (2nd Edition)

Elmsford, NY: Pergamon Press, 1989
KORB, M.P.

"Changes in perceptual field characteristics of students in gestalt oriented training."

1976: U. of Fla., diss.
KORB, M.P.

"Therapeutic steps and processes in maturation: A gestalt approach."

THE GESTALT JOURNAL

1984:7(2):43-60.


KORB, M.P.

"The numinous ground: I/Thou in Gestalt work."

THE GESTALT JOURNAL

1988:11(1):97-106


KORB, M.P. & THEMIS, S.

"The importance of group process in Gestalt therapy."

JOURNAL FOR SPECIALISTS IN GROUP WORK

Winter, 1980: 36-40.


KORZYBSKI, A.

Science and sanity: An introduction to non-Aristotelian systems and general semantics, 4th ed.

Lakeville, CT: International Non-Aristotelian Lib., 1958, 806 pp.
KOSTECKA, M. & MALATYNSKA, G.

"Proby zastosowania technik uwrazliwiajacych w psychoterapii grupowej w schizofreni."

PSYCHIATRIA POLSKA

1974: 8: 477-483.


KOSTIC, M.

"Group therapist in Gestalt therapy."

PSIHIJATRIJA DANAS

1979:11(1):59-65.


KOSTIC, M.

"Gestalt therapy in Yugoslavia."

In Resnick, R.W. & Yontef, G.M. (1984).
KOSTIC, M.

"Grupna psihoterapija adolescenata u bolnickim uslovima" ("Group psychotherapy of impatient adolescent.")

ANALI ZAVODA ZA MENTALNO

1975: 7: 157-162


KOSTIC, M.

"Grupna gestalt terapija."

PSIHIJATRIJA DANAS

1978: 10 (1): 29-36.


KOVEL, J.

A complete guide to therapy.

NY: Penteon, 1978.
KRAFT, C.G.

Eastern and Western approaches for mind-body integration.

Greeley, CO: U. of Northern Colorado, 1978, 235 pp.

Dissertation.


KRAMER, D.J.

Body awareness and psychological health: The testing of a Gestalt therapy assumption.

Richmond: Virginia Commonwealth U., 1978, 86 pp.

Dissertation.


KRAUS, R.C.

"The development of acceptance in counselor educators through the use of Gestalt therapy."

1971: U. of Mass., diss.
KRAUSE, G.

Some notes on Gestalt therapy training.

1977, unpub.
KRIEGSFIELD, M.

"Obsessive-compulsive personality: Gestalt approach: The case of Marion."

In Loew, C.A.; Grayson, H.; and Loew, G.H., eds.
KRIEGSFIELD, M.

Play attention: The how experience of gestalt.


KRIEGSFIELD, M.

"How now: A gestalt approach."

In Grayson, H., ed.

Short-term approaches to psychotherapy.

New York: Human Sciences, 1979, 56-66.
KRIPPNER, S., & WEINTRAU, M.

"Anneewakee: Therapeutic community for emotionally disturbed boys."

INTERPERSONAL DEVELOPMENT

1973:2(2):121-9.


KROLL, J.

The challenge of the borderline patient.

New York: Norton, 1988, 237 pp.
KRONSKY, B.J.

"Freeing the creative process: The relevance of gestalt."

ARTS IN PSYCHOTHERAPY

1979:6(4):233-40.


KRONSKY, B.J.

"Allen Ginsberg in India: Therapy, Buddhism, and the myth of happiness."

HUMANIST

1975:35(1):32-35.


Kudirka, N. (1992). A talk with Laura Perls about the therapist and the artist. In Smith, E. (Ed.), Gestalt voices. Gouldsboro ME: The Gestalt Journal Press. Original Publication 1992: Norwood NJ, Ablex
KUDIRKA, N. & PERLS, L.

"A talk with Laura Perls about the therapist and the artist."

VOICES

Summer, 1982: 18 (2): 29-37.



Also in: Smith, E.W.L.

Gestalt voices

Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)
Kuenzli, F. (2009). Turning away from difficulty problems with gentle solutions: Therapy with a teenager battling with anger. International Gestalt Journal, 32(2), 28.
KUO, Y.

"Beyond Perls and Tubbs: A Chinese viewpoint."

JOURNAL OF HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY

1975:15(1):16.


KURSH, A.J.

Changes in self concept and locus as a control as a function of personal growth group design.

Philadelphia: Temple U., 1979, 261 pp.

Dissertation.


Kutash, I., & Wolf, A. (Ed.). (1989). Group psychotherapist's handbook. New York: Columbia University Press
LABORDE, G.Z.

"Comparing certain theories and therapies of Freud and Perls."

THE GESTALT JOURNAL

1979:2(1):46-69.


Lac, V., & Walton, R. (2012). Companion animals as assistant therapists: embodying our animal selves. British Gestalt Journal, 21(1), 8.
LACROSSE, M.B., & BARAK, A.

"Differential perception of counselor behavior.

JOURNAL OF COUNSELING

1976:23:170-2.


LAEW, C., & SMITH, E.

"Gestalt processes and family therapy."

INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGY JOURNAL OF ADLERIAN THEORY, RESEARCH AND PRACTICE

1986:42(4):537-44.


LAGO, C.O.

"Systematic desensitization: A case-history including some developments in the use of fantasy."

BRITISH JOURNAL OF GUIDANCE 7 COUNSELLING

1981: 9: 94-99


Lahood, G. A. (2013). Response. Gestalt Review, 17(2), 7.
Lahood, G. A. (2013). Therapeutic Democracy: The Roots and Potential Fruits of a Gestalt-Assisted Collaborative Inquiry. Gestalt Review, 17(2), 30.
LAMB, C.S.

"Negative hypnotic imagery/fantasy: Application to two cases of `unfinished business.'"

THE AMER. JOURNAL OF CLINICAL HYPNOSIS

1982:24(4):266-71.


Lambert, M., & Bergin, A. (1994). The effectiveness of psychotherapy. In Bergin, A., & Garfield, S. (Ed.), Handbook of psychotherapy and behavior change. New York: Wiley
LAMNERT, M., & DOLAN, M.M.

"Active interventions in clinical practice: Contributions of Gestalt therapy."

1983:18(69):43-50.
LAMPER, N.

"The village idiot."

VOICES.

1971:7(3):66-77.



Also in: Smith, E.W.L.

Gestalt voices

Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)
LAMPER, N.

"The junkman."

VOICES

1974-1975:10(4)


LAMPER, N.

"Songs of Tuwaqachi."

VOICES

1975:11(1)


LAMPER, N.

"The healing hands of Cowichan."

PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY RESEARCH & PRACTICE.

1971:8:310-4.


LAMPERT, R.

(2003). A child's eye view: Gestalt therapy with children, adolescents and their families. Highland, New York: Gestalt Journal Press.


LAMPERT, R.

Gestalt therapy and family therapy: A happy marriage.

Long Beach, CA: Max Sound, 1988.
LAMPERT, R.

"The Case for Going Gentle"

INTERNATIONAL GESTALT JOURNAL

2004, 27/2, 97-101


LANSOM, F.

"A study to identify the key factors in Gestalt therapy practice which lead a person toward healthy functioning and growth."

Arizona State U., unpub. ms.
LAPID, G.

"Exploring sex roles in Gestalt workshops."

In Feder, B., and Ronall, R., eds.
LARSON, D.G.

Therapeutic schools, styles, and stereotypes: A questionnaire study of behavioral, gestalt, psychoanalytically oriented and transactional analysis psychotherapists.

Berkeley: U. of Calif., 1977, 124 pp., diss.
LARSON, D.

"Therapeutic schools, styles and schoolism: A national survey"

JOURNAL OF HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY

1980:20(3):3-20


LATHROP, D.D.

"Jung and Perls: Analytical psychology and gestalt."



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"Contact and boundary: Creating a nontraditional college classroom."

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LAX, W.D.

An historical and comparative analysis of the concept of awareness in Gestalt therapy and mindfulness in Theravada Buddhism.

Santa Barbara, CA: Fielding Inst., 1983, 133 pp., diss.
LEBAR, T.

Measurement of systems for stimulation among late adolescents.

Doctoral dissertation, Kent State University, 1983.
LEBEDEVA, N. & IVANOVA, E.

"Letter from Russia"

INTERNATIONAL GESTALT JOURNAL

2002:25(1):123-128


LEDERMAN, J.

Anger and the rocking chair: Gestalt awareness with children.

NY: McGraw-Hill, 1969.

One of the first Gestalt books to deal with children and still one of the best. Brief and moving.


LEDERMAN, J.

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LEE, E.

The effects of Gestalt therapy training on present-centeredness and self-report support.

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LEE, R. G.

(2004). The values of connection: A relational approach to ethics. Hillsdale, NJ: GestaltPress.


LEITNER, L.M.

"Literalism, perspectivism, chaotic fragmentalism and psychotherapy techniques."

BRITISH JOURNAL OF MEDICAL PSYCHOLOGY

1982:55(4):307-17.


LELAND, J.

"`Invasion' of the body?"

PSYCHOTHERAPY: THERAPY, RESEARCH AND PRACTICE

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LENCHITZ, K.

"An examination of the relationship of phenomenological, existential and perceptual theory to humanistic education."

1971: U. of Mass., diss.
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LEONARD, G.B.

The transformation: A guide to the inevitable changes in

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LERGESSNER, J.B.

"Paul Goodman's critique of formal schooling: Search for incidental learning."

AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF EDUCATION

1975:19(3):236-50.


LESONSKY, E.M.; KAPLAN, M.; & KAPLAN, N.R.

"Operationalizing Gestalt therapy's processes of experiential organization."

PSYCHOTHERAPY

1986:23(1):41-9.


LEUPNITZ, D.E. & TULKIN, S.

"The cybernetic epistomology of Gestalt therapy."

PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH AND PRACTICE

1980: 17 (2) 153-157.


LEVENDULA, D.

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