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The Gestalt Bibliography

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ABELL, R.G., & ABELL, C.W.
Own your own life.
New York: David McKay, 1976.

ACOSTA, F.; AGUILAR, G.; CHAVERRI, J.; MENA, F.; MORA, A.; & SANCHEZ, V.
"Estudios exploretorio de ocho suenos segun la teoria de la terapia gestalt."
In: Seminario de Graduacion, 1980, University of Costa Rica.

ADAMS, B.H.
"Review of `Beyond the seat: Gestalt approaches to group.'"
VOICES
1981:16(4):90-91.

ADAMS, H.
The earch for wholeness: A Gestalt approach to the unitary understanding of the human process.
Springwood, N.S.W., Australia: The Gestalt Institute of Australia, 1993.
This has to be the worst, most ignorant book, ever written about Gestalt therapy.

ADESSO, V.J., et al.
"Effects of a personal growth group on positive and negative self-references."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH AND PRACTICE.
1974: 11:354-5.

ALBAN, L.S., & GROMAN, W.D.
"Dreamwork in a Gestalt therapy context."
AMERICAN J. OF PSYCHOANALYSIS
1975:35:147-56.

ALBAN, L.S., & GROMAN, W.D.
"Neurotic anxiety, pronoun usage and stress."
J. OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
1976:32(2):393-399.

ALBIN, R.
"Therapy research: Still a way to go."
APA MONITOR
1977:Sept/Oct:11-12.

ALEXANDER, R., BRICKMAN, B., JACOBS, L., TROP, J., & YONTEF, G.
"Tranference Meets Dialogue."
THE GESTALT J
1992:15(2):61-108.

ALEVRAS, J.S., & WEPMAN, B.J.
"Application of Gestalt therapy principles to organizational consultation."
In: Feder, B., & Ronall, R., eds.
Beyond the hot seat: Gestalt approaches to group.
New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1980, 229-237.

ALGER, I.
"Gestalt-system family therapy."
AMERICAN J. OF FAMILY THERAPY
1982:86-87.

ALLEN, A.
"Krishnamurti and Perls."
Undated, unpub. ms.

ALLEN, H.A.
"The Gestalt perspective."
J. OF APPLIED REHABILITATION COUNSELING
1985:16(3):21-25.

ALLPORT, F.H.
Theories of perception and the concept of structure.
New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1955.

ALPERT, S., & BRESSETTE, N.L.
"Reclaiming aliveness: A matter of heart."
West Hartford, CT: Hartford Family Institute: 1984.
Monograph.

ALSCHULER, A.S., & IVEY, A.E.
"Getting into psychological education."
PERSONNEL AND GUIDANCE J.
1973:51(9):682-691.

ALTEKRUSE, M.
"Comparison of Gestalt therapy to other systems."
In: Eddy, J.; Altekruse, M.; and Pitts, G., eds. Counseling theories: Developing counselors.
Washington, D.C.: University Press of America, 1981, 62-68.

AMRAM, D.
Gestalt therapy: Theory and practice.
Jerusalem: Hebrew University, 1988.

AMRAM, D.
"The intruder: A dream work session with commentary."
THE GESTALT J.
1991:14(1):61-72.

ANDERSON, J.B.
"Growth groups and alienation: A comparative study of Rogerian encounter, self-directed encounter, and Gestalt."
GROUP AND ORGANIZATIONAL STUDIES
1978:23(1):60-65.

ANDERSON, W.
"Fritz Perls revisited."
HUMAN BEHAVIOR
1973:2(4):17-23.

ANDERSON, W.
The upstart spring: Esalen and the American awakening.
Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1983.
An outstanding view of the development of the Esalen Foundation and the personalities (including Frederick Perls) involved by humanistic historian Walter Truett Anderson.

ANDREWS, J.
"Personal change and intervention style."
J OF HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY
1977:17:41-63.

ANDREWS, J.
"Reflections on a weekend with Laura Perls."
THE GESTALT J.
1980:3(1):69-75.

ANON.
"Introduction: Historical periods in the development of counseling psychology."
COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGIST
1984:12(1):3.

ANTILLON, C.; CASTRO, M.; REDONDO, O.; FONSECA, R.; GONZALEZ, P.;
& MADRIGAL, M.
"Bloqueos a la creatividad en estudiantes de la Universidad de Costa Rica, evaluados con la escala de Nevis y Nevis, basada en la teoria de la terapia gestalt."
Seminario de graduation, 1981, University of Costa Rica.

APPLEBAUM, S.A.
"A psychoanalyst looks at Gestalt therapy."
Hatcher, C., & Himelstein, P.

APPELBAUM, S A.
Out in the inner space: a psychoanalyst explores the new therapies.
New York: Anchor Press/Doubleday, 1979.

ARAOZ, D.L.
"Marital therapy with former priests."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH & PRACTICE.
1972:9(4):337-339.

ARNHEIM, R.
"Gestalt misapplied."
CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOLOGY
1974:19(7):570.

ARNKOFF, D.B.
"Flexibility in practicing cognitive therapy."
In: Emery, G.; Hollon, S.D.; & Bedrosian, R.C., eds. New directions in cognitive therapy: A casebook. New York: Guilford, 1981, 203-223.

ASCH, S.E.
"Wolfgang Kohler: 1888-1967."
AMERICAN J. OF PSYCHOLOGY
1968:81(1):110-119.

ATTWELL, T.H.
"Self-awareness, self-responsibility, and self-esteem: A treatment plan."
TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS J.
1974:4(2):25-26.

AU, W.
"Dealing with projection: Recognizing and removing a common obstacle to mature religious obedience."
HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
1985:6(1):6-11.

AU, W.
"Gestalt therapy and the spiritual exercises of St. Ignatius."
STUDIES IN FORMATIVE SPIRITUALITY
1991:12(2):197-213.

AVELINE, M.
"Action techniques in psychotherapy."
BRITISH J. OF HOSPITAL MEDICINE
1979:22(1):78.

AYLWARD, J.
"Biofeedback-assisted attentional training and the Gestalt process: An integration."
THE GESTALT J.
1979:2(2):52-64.

AYLWARD, J.
"A review of Hampden-Turner's Maps of the Mind."
THE GESTALT J.
1981:4(2):92.

AYLWARD, J.
"A Review of Oaklander's `Gestalt therapy with children,' `The therapy process with children and adolescents,' and `Working with the anger of children and adolescents.'"
THE GESTALT J.
1986:9(2):77-88.

AYLWARD, J.
"A session with Cindy."
THE GESTALT J.
1988:11(1):51-62.

AYLWARD, J.; BAUER, R.; FREEDMAN, H.; HARMAN, R.; & PERLS, L.
"A case presentation in Gestalt therapy: II."
THE GESTALT J.
1986:9(1):16-35.

BACK, K.W.
Beyond words: The story of sensitivity training and the encounter movement.
New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 1972, 266 pp.

BADALAMENTI, A.
"Time in the dream."
J. OF RELIGION AND HEALTH
1983:22(4):334-339.

BAKER, E.M.
"Therapeutic social practices."
In: Davis, K.E., & Mitchell, T., eds.
Advances in descriptive psychology: Official annual publication of the Society for Descriptive Psychology, vol. 2. Greenwich, CT: Jai, 1982, 209-232.

BAKER, L. (compiler)
AHP bibliography.
San Francisco: Association for Humanistic Psychology, 1977.
More than two dozen commentators choose the basic books for the study of humanistic psychology.
No articles, etc.

BAILIN, I.
"In search of an integrated therapeutic eclecticism: An interview with Joseph Zinker."
VOICES
1980:16(3).
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

BALL, J.D.; & MECH, D.S.+
"Implications of developmental theories for counseling adolescents in groups."
ADOLESCENCE
1979:14(55):529-534.

BALOGH, P.
"Gestalt awareness: A way of being as a yoga for the west."
INTERNATIONAL J. OF SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY.
1976:22(1):64-66.
Also see Elkin (1970).

BANDLER, R., & GRINDER, J.
The structure of magic, vol. 1: A book about language and therapy.
Palo Alto, CA: Science & Behavior, 1975.

BANDLER, R.; GRINDER, J.; & STEVENS, J.O., eds.
Frogs into princes: Neurolinguistic programming.
Moab, UT: Real People, 1979, 194 pp.

BANDLER, R.
Entrancements.
Moab, UT: Real People, 1981.

BANNER, A.O.
Value differences among therapists from three theoretical orientations: Psychoanalytic, behavior modification and Gestalt therapy.
Los Angeles: Univ. of Southern California, 1978.
Dissertation.

BARALE, F.
"Georges Politzer and the critique of psychological foundations."
ARCHIVO DI PSICOLOGIA, NEUROLOGICA E PSICHIATRIA
1974:35(3):257-279.

BARBER, J.
"Hypnosis and awareness."
In: Zeig, J.K., ed.
Ericksonian psychotherapy, vol. 1: Structures.
New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1985.

BARLOW, A.R.
"Gestalt - antecedent influence or historical accident."
THE GESTALT J.
1981:4(2):35-54.

BARLOW, A.R.
The deprivation of a psychological theory: Gestalt therapy.
Australia: Univ. of Wollongong, 1983.
Dissertation.

BARLOW, A.R.
"The role of Semantics in Gestalt therapy."
THE GESTALT J.
1986:9(2):67-76.

BARLOW, A.R.
"Friedlander - one of three gurus."
Unpub. ms.

BARNETT, M.
People, not psychiatry.
London: Allen & Unwin, 1973.

BARNWELL, J.
"Gestalt methods and techniques in a poverty program."
In: Simkin, J.S., ed.
Festschrift for Fritz Perls.
Los Angeles: Author, 1968.

BARRILLEAUX, S.P.
"The effects of Gestalt awareness training on the experiencing level."
University of Maryland, 1975.
Dissertation.

BARRILEAUX, S.P., & BAUER, R.H.
"The effects of Gestalt awareness training on experiencing levels."
INTERNATIONAL J. OF GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY
1976:26(4):431-44.0

BARSCH, R.
Configurations.
Academic Therapy.
1980.

BARUTH, L.G., & HUBER, C.H.
"Gestalt therapy: Reinstating growth through greater awareness."
In: Counseling and psychotherapy: Theoretical analyses and skills applications.
Columbus, OH: Charles Merrill, 1985, 43-56.

BAUER, R.
"Therapeutic strategies in psychosomatic disorders."
PEDIATRIC PSYCHOLOGY
Fall 1975.

BAUER, R.
"A gestalt approach to internal objects."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH AND PRACTICE
1976:13(3):232-235

BAUER, R.
"Child psychotherapy: a developmental existential approach."
In: Balis, G., & McDaniel, W. Psychiatric foundations of medicine, vol. 5: Psychiatric clinical
skills in medical practice. Boston: Butterworth, 1978.

AUER, R.
"The use of trance in working with the borderline personality."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH AND PRACTICE
1979:16(4):371-375.

BAUER, R.
"Book review of `The handbook of Gestalt therapy.'"
AMERICAN J. OF PSYCHOTHERAPY
July 1979.

BAUER, R.
"Gestalt approach to family therapy."
THE AMERICAN J. OF FAMILY THERAPY
1979:7(13):41-46.

BAUER, R.
"Gestalt therapy strategies to reduce projection in families."
In: Gurman, A., ed.
Questions and answers in the practice of family therapy.
New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1981.

BAUER, R.
"Dream symbolization in light of analytic and experiential thinking."
J. OF CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOTHERAPY
Spring, 1985.

BAUER, R.; AYLWARD, J.; FREEDMAN, H.; HARMAN, R.; & PERLS, L.
"A case presentation in Gestalt therapy: II."
THE GESTALT J.
1986:9(1):16-35.

BAUER, R.; HARPER, R.; & KENNY, T.
"A treatment strategy for uncontrolled juvenile diabetics."
PEDIATRIC PSYCHOLOGY
June 1974.

BAUER, R., & KENNY, T.
"Psychological treatment of uncontrolled juvenile diabetics."
PEDIATRIC ANNUALS
Spring 1975.

BAUER, R.; LATNER, J.; MINTZ, E.; POLSTER, E.; & TOBIN, S.
"A case presentation in Gestalt therapy."
THE GESTALT J.
1985:8(2):27-48.

BAUER, R., & LUCCE, A.
"Implications of the gestalt approach in counseling the addicted client."
In: Waldorf, G., ed.
Counseling the addicted client.
University of Maryland Press, 1977.

BAUER, R., & MORDARRESSI, T.
"An ego disturbance model of MBD: experiential implications."
J. OF CLINICAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
Winter 1976.

BAUER, R., & MODARRESSI, T.
"Strategies of therapeutic contacts: Working with children with severe object relationship disturbance."
AMERICAN J. OF PSYCHOTHERAPY
1977:31:605-617.

BAUMGARDNER, P.
Gifts from Lake Cowichan.
Palo Alto, CA.: Science and Behavior Books, 1975.
Published together, as one volume, with
Legacy from Fritz (see Perls, F.S.)

BAYNE, R.
"Real self as a useful topic for first-year psychology courses."
BULLETIN OF THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOC.
1973:26(92):215-220.

BEACH, L.R., & WISE, J.A.
Decision emergence: A Lewinian perspective.
ACTA PSYCHOLOGIA
1980:45:345-357.

BEAHRS, J.O., & HUMISTON, K.E.
"Dynamics of experimental therapy"
AMERICAN J. OF CLINICAL HYPNOSIS
1974:17:1-14.

BEANE, J.
"`I'd rather be dead than gay': Counseling gay men who are coming out."
PERSONNEL AND GUIDANCE J.
1981:60(4):222-226.

BEAUMONT, E.H.
Gestalt therapy impasse resolution as a religious process.
Claremont, CA: School of Theology, 1976, 175 pp.
Dissertation.

BEBCHUK, J.
"The therapeutic group as an atomist and gestaltic totality: the therapeutic group as a whole."
ACTA PSIQUIATRICA Y PSICOLOGICA DE AMERICA LATINA
1973:19(5):386-395.

BECKER, E.
"Growing up rugged: Fritz Perls and Gestalt therapy."
ReVISION
1982:(5)2:6-14.

BEISSER, A. R.
"The paradoxical theory of change."
In: Fagan, J., & Shepherd, I.

BEISSER, A.R.
"Models of helping and training for incapacity."
AMERICAN J. OF ORTHOPSYCHIATRY
1973:43(4):586-594

BEISSER, A.R.
"How to handle time." (Poem)
In: Resnick, R.W., & Yontef, G.M. (1984).

BELASCO, B.
"Anthropological reflections on Gestalt therapy."
THE GESTALT J.
1980:3(1):54-63.

BELKIN, G.S.
"Gestalt counseling."
In: An introduction to counseling.
Dubuque, IA: William C. Brown, 1980, 196-203.

BELKIN, G.S.
"Gestalt counseling."
In: Introduction to counseling, 2d ed.
Dubuque, IA: William C. Brown, 1984, 219-230.

BELL, R., & BEVAN, W.
"Influence of anchors upon the operation of certain gestalt organizing principles."
J. OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
1968:78(4):670-678.

BENNY, C.
"Review of The Gestalt Approach and Eyewitness to Therapy by F.S. Perls & Gestalt Therapy Integrated by E. & M. Polster."
AMER J. OF ORTHOPSYCHIATRY
1974:44:818-20.

BENNY, C., & BERGANTINO, L.
Fifty, plus.
VOICES
1975:11(2):32-34.

BENNY, C., & BERGANTINO, L.
"Is Gestalt therapy a humanistic form of psychotherapy?"
J. OF HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY
1977:Winter:51-61.

BENNY, C., & BERGANTINO, L.
"Gestalt hypnotherapy: An exploration in the use of hypnotic energy passes and kinesthetic sensory perception."
VOICES
1981:17(1):45-55.

BENNY, C., & BERGANTINO, L.
"Gestalt therapy and the existential moment."
In: Psychotherapy, insight and style: The existential moment.
Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 1981, 155-189.

BENNY, C., & BERGANTINO, L.
"Family therapy and the existential moment."
PILGRIMAGE
1983:Fall.

BENNY, C., & BERGANTINO, L.
"Gestalt family therapy and the human condition."
PILGRIMAGE
1986:12(10):8-12.

BERG, D.
White gestalt, black gestalt.
Vancouver, B.C., Gestalt Studios, 1971.

BERGANTINO, L.
"Is Gestalt therapy a humanistic form of psychotherapy?"
J. OF HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY
1977:17:51-61..

BERGANTINO, L.
"Fifty, plus."
VOICES
1975:11(2).

BERGANTINO, L.
"The bottom line: Memories of a warrior."
In Resnick, R.W., & Yontef, G.M. (1984).

BERGEN, R.H.
"An investigation of Frederick Perls' Gestalt therapy as a functioning religious involvement."
New York: New York Univ., 1972, 171 pp.
Disertation.

BERGENER, M.
"Gestalt changes in psychiatry."
MMW
11 JAN 1980:122(2):41-2.

BERGER, M.
"On hearing the right words at the right time."
VOICES 1978:14(3).

BERGIN, A.E., & LAMBERT, M.J.
"The evaluation of therapeutic outcomes."
In: Garfield, S.L., & Bergin, A.E., eds.
Handbook of psychotherapy and behavioral change: An empirical analysis, 2d ed.
New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1978, 139-189.

BERGIN, A.E.; LAMBERT, M.J.; & STRUPP, H.H.
"The feasibility of major collaborative efforts: Interview with Carl R. Rogers."
In: Changing frontiers in the science of psychotherapy.
Chicago: Aldine/Atherton, 1972, 313-320.

BERNARD, J.M.
"Laura Perls: From ground to figure."
J. OF COUNSELING & DEVELOPMENT
1986:64(6):367-373.

BERNE, E.
"Review of Gestalt Therapy Verbatim by F. S. Perls."
AMER. J. OF PSYCHIATRY.
1970:126:1519-20.

BERNSTEIN, A.J.
"Inconsistent communication in obsessives, normals, and hysterics."
1977: Virginia Commonwealth University. Dissertation.

BERNSTEIN, P. L.
"The union of the Gestalt concept of experiment and Jungian active imagination."
THE GESTALT J. 1980:3(2)36-46.

BERNSTEIN, P.L., & BERRETT, L.M., eds.
Advanced Gestalt therapy.
New York: Gestalt Center for Psychotherapy and Training, 1981, 69.

BIDDAULT, H.
"La Gestalt therapie."
PERSPECTIVES PSYCHIATRIQUES 1982:20(86):153-165.

BIERER, J.
"The great brain robbery."
INTERNATIONAL J. OF SOCIAL PSYCHIATRY. 1977:23(4):235-239.

BINDERMANN, M.R.
"The issue of responsibility in Gestalt therapy."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH AND PRACTICE 1973:11(3):287-288.

BJORNO, L.
"A series of therapy sessions with Peter from the third grade."
SKOLEPSYKOLOGI 1984:21(1):44-73.

BLECK, T.L.
Imagery in pastoral care: Exploring prophetic motifs through Gestalt therapy.
Rochester: Colgate Rochester Divinity School/Crozier Theological Seminary, 1982. Dissertation.

BLOMQUIST, K., & BLOOMQUIST, K.
"An introduction to Gestalt therapy." (in Sweedish)
PSYKISK HALSA 1972:13(2):114-126.

BLOOM, F.
"Escape from suffering: The sentimentalization of psychotherapy.
SOCIAL RESEARCH 1978:45(3):467-477.

BLOOMBERG, L., & BLOOMBERG, P.
"Using intensive groups for developing community."
Gestalt Institute of San Francisco, 1968. Unpublished ms.
Also in:
VOICES

1969:(5)3:60-67.

BLOOMBERG, L.; BLOOMBERG, P.; & MILLER, R.
"The intensive group as a founding experience."
San Francisco: Institute for Multiple Psychotherapy, 1968. Unpublished ms.
Also in:
J. OF HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY 1969:(9)1:93-99.

BLOOMBERG, L., & MILLER, R.
"Miss Eggplant."
VOICES 1968:4(3):12-13.

BLOOMBERG, L., & MILLER, R.
"Breaking through the process impasse."
VOICES 1968:4(3):33-36.

BLUGERMAN, M.
"Contributions of Gestalt therapy to social work treatment."
In Turner, F.J., ed. Social work treatment: Interlocking theoretical approaches. New York: Free Press, 1979, 273-92.

BLUMENSTEIN, S.
"Sense and non-sense: The new gestalt."
Georgia State College, 1969. Unpublished ms.

BOGAD, S.R.
"Confluence in mathematics: Can 1 + 1 be a creative experience?"
In Brown, G.I., ed. The live classroom: Innovation through confluent education and gestalt. New York: Viking, 1975; Penguin, 1976; 190-97.

BOHART, A.C.
"Role playing and interpersonal conflict reduction."
J. OF COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY 1977:24(1):15-24.

BORNSTEIN, P.H.
"`I' language-induced anxiety."
PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORTS 1974:35:453-54.

BOTTOMS, P.
"A Gestalt way of using language."
In Downing, J. (1976).

BOYLIN, E.R. "Gestalt encounter in the treatment of hospitalized alcoholic patients."
AMERICAN J. OF PSYCHOTHERAPY 1975:29:524-34.

BOYLIN, E.R.
"Gestalt `games' for alcoholics."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH, & PRACTICE 1975:12(2):198-99.

BRALLIER, L., & HOFFMAN, B.
"Assisting a psychotic patient with the integrative process."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH & PRACTICE. 1971:8:304.

BRAND, C.
A comparative study of gestalt and reality therapists.
Kent, OH: Kent State University, 1985. Dissertation.

BRAND, C., & WOLDT, A.L.
"The Gestalt therapy constructs of contact, boundary and resistance: A literature review."
Kent, OH: Kent State University, 1981. Unpublished ms.

BRANDEN, N.
"In defense of self."
In Resnick, R.W., & Yontef, G.M. (1984).

BRAWLEY, P.
"A new approach to the magic of change."
SUBJECT TO CHANGE 1978:2(2):1,8.

BRESHGOLD, E.
An overview of Gestalt therapy with a focus on the concept of resistance, theory, and practice. Pacific University, 1987. Dissertation.

BRESHGOLD, E.
"Resistance in Gestalt therapy: An historical/theoretical perspective."
THE GESTALT J. 1989:12(2):73-102.

BRESHGOLD, E. & ZAHM, S.
"A case for the integration of Self Psychology developmental theory into the practice of Gestalt therapy.
THE GESTALT J. 1992:15(1):61-94

BREWER, J.S.
"Integration as a process in gestalt-oriented psychotherapy: A proposed conceptualization."
Amherst: University of Massachusetts, 1977. Dissertation.

BRIEN, L.
"Letter."
In Resnick, R.W., & Yontef, G.M. (1984).

BRIEN, L., & SHELDON, C.
"Gestalt therapy and women."
In Rawlings, E.I., & Carter, D.K., eds. Psychotherapy for women. Springfield, IL: C.D. Thomas, 1977, 120-27.

BRIEN, L., & SHELDON, C
"Women and Gestalt awareness."
In Downing, J. (1976).

BRODY, V.
"Developmental play: A relationship focused program for children." CHILD WELFARE
1978:57:591-99.

BROOKES, J.
Counseling: Alternative approaches.
England: Further Education Staff College, 1988.

BROMBERG, W.
From shaman to psychotherapist: A history of the treatment of mental illness.
Chicago: Henry Regnery, 1975, 360 pp.

BROOKS, C.U.W.
Sensory awareness: The rediscory of experiencing.
New York: Viking Press, 1974.

BROTHERS, C.
"The Gestalt theory of healthy aggression in beyond control youth."
PSYCHOTHERAPY 1986:23:4.

BROWN, G.I.
"The creative sub-self."
In Otto, H., & Mann, J., eds. Ways of growth.
New York: Grossman; Viking, 1968; 147-57.

BROWN, G.I.
"Awareness training and creativity based on Gestalt therapy."
J. OF CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOTHERAPY 1969:2(1):25-32.
Also in:
Brown, G., ed. The live classroom: Innovation through confluent education and gestalt. New York: Viking, 1975; Penguin, 1976; 24-34.

BROWN, G.I.
"An introduction to humanistic education: A weekend workshop for educators."
EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY FORUM 1969:1(4):138-55.

BROWN, G.I.
Now toward humanness: Introducing confluent education.
New York: McGraw-Hill, 1970.

BROWN, G.I.
"Teaching creativity to teachers and others."
J. OF TEACHER EDUCATION 1970:21(2):210-6.

BROWN, G.I.
Human teaching for human learning: An introduction to confluent education.
New York: Viking, 1971.
Highland, NY: The Gestalt Journal Press, 1990

BROWN, G.I.
"Proceed with caution: On teaching and therapy."
SOCIOLOGICAL INQUIRY 1971:41(2):205-209.

BROWN, G.I.
"Beyond Gestalt therapy."
J. OF CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOTHERAPY. 1973:5:129-33.
Also in:
Brown, G.I., ed. The live classroom, 91-96.

BROWN, G.I.
"The new body psychotherapies."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH AND PRACTICE 1973:10(2):98-116.

BROWN, G.I. "The farther reaches of Gestalt therapy."
SYNTHESIS
1974:1:27-43.
An interview with Brown conducted by SYNTHESIS staff members
Betsie Carter and Susan Vargiu.
Also in:
THE GESTALT J.
1988:11(1):33-50.

BROWN, G.I.
"The training of teachers for effective roles."
In Ryan, K., ed.
Teacher education: The 74th yearbook of the National Society for
the Study of Education, pt. 2.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1975, 173-203.

BROWN, G.I.
The live classroom: Innovations through confluent education and
Gestalt.
New York: Viking, 1975; Penguin, 1976.

BROWN, G.I.
"A review of Zinker's Creative Process in Gestalt therapy."
THE GESTALT J.
1978:1(1):116-22.

BROWN, G.I.
"A review of Kopp's Back to One."
THE GESTALT J.
1978:1(2):120-24.

BROWN, G.I.
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BROWN, G.I.
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THE GESTALT J
1994:17(1):115-119

BROWN, G.I.; HARMAN, R.L.; MINTZ, E.; & NEVIS, S.M.
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1987:10(2):73-107.

BROWN, G.I., & MERRY, U.
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BROWN, G.I., & MERRY, U.
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BROWN, G.I., et al.
Getting it all together: Confluent education.
Bloomington, IN: Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation, 1976, 34
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BROWN, J.R.
Back to the beanstalk: Couples, enhancement and reality.
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BROWN, J. R.
"Buber & Gestalt."
THE GESTALT J.
1980:3(2):47-56.

BROWN, J.R.
"Ritual and Gestalt: the Gestalt group in high relief."
THE GESTALT J.
1978:1(2):68-74.

BROWN, J.R.
I only want what's best for you.
New York: St. Martin's Press, 1986.

BROWN, J.R.
"A review of Licentenberg's `Undoing the Clinch of Oppression.'"
THE GESTALT J.
1991:14(1):97-101.

BROWN, J.R.
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THE GESTALT J.
1994:17(1):120-124

BROWN, J.R., LICTHENBERG, P., LUKENSMEYER, C., MILLER, M.V., & POLSTER, E.
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BROWN, M.
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BROWNE-MILLER, A.
Gestalting addiction: The addiction-focused group psychotherapy of Dr. Richard Lewis Miller.
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BRUDA, C.S.
"Gestalt therapy with children: How it compares with Gestalt
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BRUNINK, S.A.
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BRUNINK, S.A., & SCHROEDER, H.E.
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BRYAN, E.L.
The effect of gestalt awareness exercises on measured self-
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Pocatello, ID: Idaho State University, 1983, 159 pp.
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BUBER, M.
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BUCHAN, L.G., & HALE, B.J.
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SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY INTERNATIONAL
1981:1(6):16-19.

BUCKLES, N.B.
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J. OF THE AMERICAN COLLEGE HEALTH ASSOCIATION
1982:30(4):181-82.

BUNT, M.E.
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BURGA, R.
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BURLEY, T.
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BURNHAM, J.R.
"Egotism in Gestalt therapy: The next boundary."
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Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
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BURTON, A., ed.
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BUSCH, D.
"A review of Herman & Korenich's Authentic Management: A Gestalt
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THE GESTALT J.
1978:2(1):126-27.

BYRNES, R.L.
"An examination of Gestalt therapy personality theory using
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Kent, OH: Kent State University, 1976.
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CADWALLANDER, E.H.
"Values in Fritz Perls' Gestalt therapy: On the dangers of half-
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COUNSELING AND VALUES
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CAFFARO, J.V.
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CAFFARO, J.V.
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CAHALAN, W.
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Seminaro de Graduacion, 1983, University of Costa Rica.

CAMPBELL, S.
"Working through the power-vulnerability polarity: a case study
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J. OF CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOTHERAPY.
1977:8(2):91-6

CAMPBELL, S.M.
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CANNON, W.B.
The wisdom of the body.
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CAPALBO, S.
The effects of participation in gestalt group therapy on women's
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Arizona State University, 1987, 90 pp.
Thesis.

CARLOCK, C. J., Glaus, K. O., & Shaw, Cynthia A.
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CARMER, J. C. & ROUZER, D. L.
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THE COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGIST
1974:4(4):66-73.

CARPIO, M., GARCIA, M., MONTERO, P., SANCHEZ, J. SANCHEZ, H. &
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"Grupos de encuentro con modalidad guestaltica, aplicados a
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Seminario de graduation, en proceso, University of Costa Rica.

CARSON, R.D.
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CARSON, R.D.
Never get a tattoo: Simple advice on the art of enjoying
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CARSTENS, C G.
"A comparison of Gestalt and behavioral treatments for social
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Storrs, CT: U. of Conn., 1975, 166 pp.
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CARTER, B., & VARGIU, S.
"The farther reaches of Gestalt therapy: A conversation with
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SYNTHESIS
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CARTER, J.
Phases of group development: Gestalt perspective.
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CARTY, S.
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CASHING, D.L.
Transactional gestalt as it applies to the teaching of college
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CASTANEDO, C.,
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CASTANEDO, C.
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REV. COSTA CIENC. MEd.
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CASTANEDO, C.
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CASTILLO, G.A.
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CASTILLO, G.
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CARTER, J.
Phases of group development--Gestalt perspective.
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CHAMBERS, W.M., & JANZEN, W.B.
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AMERICAN J. OF PSYCHOTHERAPY
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CHAPIN, G.
An investigation into how therapists perceive themselves
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Berkeley: California School of Professional Psychology, 1976.
Dissertation.

CHAPMAN, A.D.
"Value-orientation analysis: The adaptation of an anthropoligical
model for counseling research.
PERSONNEL GUIDANCE JOURNAL
1981:59(10):637-42.

CHAPMAN, R.
"The garbage pail recycled."
CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOLOGY
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Review of The Gestalt Approach and Eyewitness to Therapy by F.S.
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CHAPPELL, J.
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CHARLIN, V.; SEPULVEDA, M.; & VINET, E.
"Two strategies in Gestalt therapy: A group with periodic
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REVISTA CHILENA DE PSICOLOGICA
1980:3(1):55-61.

CHEN, C.L.
"Speech rhythm characteristics of client-centered, Gestalt, and
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J. OF COMMUNICATION DISORDERS
1981:14(4):311-20.

CHEN, M E.
"Applying Yalom's principles to crisis work...some intriguing
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J. OF PSYCHIATRIC NURSING
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CHILDERS, J.H., Jr., & BASSE, D.T.
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CHRISTIANSON, M.
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Doctoral dissertation, Kent State University, 1982.

CHWAST, R.
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THE GESTALT J.
1983:6(2):34-38.

CLADDER, H.
"De theorie van de gestalt-therapie."
TIJDSCHRIFT VOOR PSYCHOTHERAPIE
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CLADDER, H.
"Gestalttherapie, gestaltpsychology, en psychoanalyse.
TIJDSCRIFT VOOR PSYCHOTHERAPIE
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CLANCE, P., THOMPSON, M., SIMERLY, D.E., & WEISS, A.
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THE GESTALT J
1994:17(1):95-114

CLARE, A.W.
"Brief psychotherapy: New approaches.
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CLARK, A.
"On being centered."
THE GESTALT J.
1979:2(2):35-49.

CLARK, A.
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THE GESTALT J.
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CLARK, A.
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THE GESTALT J.
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CLARK, N. & FRASER, T.
"The Gestalt Approach: An Introduction for Managers and
Trainers"
2nd Edition
West Sussex, Great Britain. 1987: Roffey Park Management College
A monograph used in Roffey Park's management training programs,
this forty six page gem deserves wider distribution.

CLARK, N., PHILLIPS, K., & BARKER, D.
Unfinished business: The theory and practice of personal process
work in training.
Hants, England. 1984: Gower Publishing
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CLARKE, K.M.
The differential effects of the gestalt two-chair experiment and
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Chicago: Loyola University, 1981.
Dissertation.

CLARKE, K.M. & GREENBERG, L.S.
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J. OF COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY
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CLARKSON, P.
Gestalt counseling in action.
London. 1989: SAGE Publications, Ltd.
Newbury Park, CA. 1989: SAGE Publications, Inc.

CLARKSON, P.
"Laura Perls Memorial Meeting."
THE BRITISH GESTALT J.
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CLARKSON, P.
Individuality and Commonality in Gestalt
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CLARKSON, P. & MACKEWN, J.
Fritz Perls.
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VOICES
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Gestalt voices
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CLEMENTS, C.C.
"Common everyday craziness."
VOICES
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CLIPPINGER, J.A.
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J. OF RELIGION AND HEALTH
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CLOSE, H.T.
"Farewell."
VOICES
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CLOSE, H. T.
"Gross exaggeration with a schizophrenic patient."
in Fagan, J. & Sheperd, I.

CLOSE, H.T.
"Expressing one's feelings."
VOICES
1972:8(2)

CLOSE, H. T.
"Wrist cutting."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH & PRACTICE
1974:11:254-5

COCHRANE, C. T. & HALLOWAY, A.J.
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"A child with stomach ache: fusion of psychoanalytic concepts and
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COHN, R.W.
Hero, Artist, Sage, or Saints
New York: Columbia University Press, 1977

COLE, J.
"The divorce process."
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THE GESTALT J
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COLEMAN, D., & SPEETH, K.
New York: Penguin, 1987, 320 pp.

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CONOLEY, C.W., CONOLEY, J.C., MCCONNELL, J.A. & KIMZEY, C.E.
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PSYCHOTHERAPY
1983:17(2):124-135.

CONNOLLY, S.G.
"The effect of human relations training using Gestalt therapy
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1975: U. of Ariz., diss.

CONOLEY, C.W., et al.
"The effects f the ABC of Rational Emotive Therapy and the empty-
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PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH AND PRACTICE
1983:20(1):112-7.

CORBEIL, J.
"Dying: Towards a more humane death."
THE GESTALT J.
1983:6(2):124-35.

CORBEIL, J., Delisle, G., Gagnier, J., Gagnon, J., Denis, M., & Miron, L.
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CORSINI, R.J. (Ed.)
Current psychotherapies.
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CORSINI, R.J. (Ed.)
Current psychotherapies.
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Itasca, IL: Peacock, 1979
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CORSINI, R.J. (Ed.)
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CORSINI, R.J. & WEDDING, D.
Current psychotherapies (4th Ed.)
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COSGROVE, M. C.
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COVEN, A. B.
"The Gestalt approach to rehabilitation counseling."
REHABILITATION COUNSELING BULLETIN
1977:20(3):167-74

COVEN, A.B.
"A gestalt model for improving conventional relationships: A
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J. OF ASSOCIATION FOR SPECIALISTS IN GROUP WORK
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COVEN, A.B.
"Using gestalt psychodrama experiments in rehabilitation
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THE PERSONNEL & GUIDANCE J.
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COVEN, A.B.
"The Gestalt approach to rehabilitation of the whole person."
J. OF APPLIED REHABILITATION COUNSELING
1979:9(4):143-147

COVEN, A.B., & BLACKHAWK, E.
"Gestalt polarities: Understanding and counseling the resistant,
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J. OF DRUG ISSUES
1978:8(4):427-33.

COVEN, A., WOLDT, A., BURNETT, G. & MCDOWELL, W.
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J. OF ASSOCIATION FOR SPECIALISTS IN GROUP WORK.
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COWART, H.M.
Toward a theology of preaching and counseling: An exploration of
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CREELMAN, M.
"Elizabeth Termination Dream"
Transcript of Audiotape
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CREEL, M., et al.
Gestalt therapy, theory and applications.
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CRISWELL, G.E.
"Dead tired and bone weary."
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CRISWELL, G.E., et al.
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THE GESTALT J.
1981: 4 (2): 13-34.

CROCKER, S.F.
"A response to Joel Latner."
THE GESTALT J.
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CROCKER, S.F.
"Truth and foolishness in the `gestalt prayer'."
THE GESTALT J.
1983:6(1):4-16.

CROCKER, S.F.
"A review of Schattner & Courtney's Drama in Therapy."
THE GESTALT J.
1983:6(1):91-99.

CROCKER, S.F.
"Gestalt and deep relaxation."
THE GESTALT J.
1984:7(2):5-30.

CROCKER, S.F.
"Boundary processes, states and the self."
THE GESTALT J.
1988:11(2):81-124

CROCKER, S.F., LATNER, J. & POLSTER, M.
"A dialogue on theory."
THE GESTALT J.
1982:5(2):67-109.

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J. OF CONSULTING AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
1980:48(5):615-25.

CROSS, D.G.
"Short- and long-term followup of clients receiving insight-
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J. OF CONSULTING AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
1982:50(1):103-12.

CROSS, D.G.; CROWTHER, B.; & PANTLES, P.
"Measurement of group interaction rate."
PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORTS
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CROWTHER, B. & PANTLES, P.
"Measurement of group interaction rate."
PSYCHOLOGICAL REPORTS
1970: 27: 707-712.

CRUMP, L.D.
"Gestalt therapy in the treatment of Vietnam veterans
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J. OF CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOTHERAPY
1984:14(1):90-98.

CSIKSZENTENTIMIHALY, M.
"Beyond boredom and anxiety: The experience of play in work and
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San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1975, 231 pp.

CURRY, A E.
"Awareness, time and expression: an approach to brief therapy in
groups."
Presented at 7th Annual Symposium on Marriage and Family
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San Francisco, October, 1970.

D'ANDREA, R. J.
"A handbook on the theory of Gestalt therapy."
1973: California School of Professional Psychology, diss.

DANIELI, Y.; LOEW, C.A.; & GRAYSON, H.
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DANIELS, V., AND HOROWITZ, L.J.
Being and caring.
San Francisco: San Francisco Book Company, 1976.
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DARBONNE, A.
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DAVIDOVE, D.M.
"Theories of introjection and their relations to William James'
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Gestalt therapy."
1980: New York University, diss.

DAVIDOVE, D.M.
"Intimacy in Gestalt therapy."
In: Fisher, M. & Stricker, G. (Eds.)
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DAVIDOVE, D.M.
"The contribution of Paul Goodman."
THE GESTALT J.
1985:8(1):72-77.

DAVIDOVE, D.M.
"Exhibitionism in disarray."
THE GESTALT J.
1988:11(2):61-80

DAVIDOVE, D.M.
"Loss of ego functions, conflict, and resistance."
THE GESTALT JOURNAL:14(2):27-43

DAVIDOVE, D.M.
"The 'suffering being' and the human animal: Comparing certain theories of Otto Rank and Gestalt therapy."
STUDIES IN GESTALT THERAPY
1993:2:33-49.

DAVIDSON, M.A.
"Scientific-applied debate in psychology: Contribution."
BULLETIN OF THE BRITISH PSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
1977:30(August):273-8.

DELISLE, G.
Balises II: A Gestalt perspective of personality disorders.
Montreal: Le Centre d'Intervention Gestaltiste, 1988
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DELISLE, G.
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THE BRITISH GESTALT J.
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DE BARANCHU, J.Z., et al.
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ACTA PSICIATRICA Y PSYCOLOGICA DE AMERICA LATINA
1980:26(1):54-59.

DE BARANCHU, J.Z.
"Paradoxes in the therapeutic relationship."
THE GESTALT J.
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DE MENA, M., GAMBIA, D., GURFINKEL, S., IVANKOVICH, C., & SOTO,
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"Estudio de la teoria interpersonal de William Schutz y
adaptacion del Test TORIF (FIRG a estudiantes del tercer ano de
carrera en la Universidad de Costa Rica."
Seminario de graduacion, en proceso, University of Costa Rica.

DENES, M.
In necessity and sorrow: life and death in an abortion hospital.
NY: Basic Books, 1976; Penguin, 1977.

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DENNISON, G.
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DES LAURIERS, A.M.
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FEISS, G.J.
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FERGUSON, M.
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FLEISCHER, J.A.
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FRANZKE, E.
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FREW, J.E.
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FRIEDMAN, N.
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FRIESEN, V.I.
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FROM, I.
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FROM, I.
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FUHRMANN, S.O.
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GAGNON, J.H.
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GAGNON, J.H.
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GAGNON, J.H.
"Musical gestalten: Wordless language and Gestalt therapy with musicians.
VOICES
Fall, 1995: 31(3): 29-36.

GAINES, J.
Fritz Perls here and now.
Millbrae, California, Celestial Arts, 1979.

GAINES, J.
"Interviews about Fritz Perls."
Unpublished ms.

GANNON, W.
"The effects of the gestalt oriented group approach on the interpersonal contact attitudes of selected high school students."
1972:Case Western Reserve U., diss.

GARGARIN, C.
"Taoism and Gestalt therapy."
In Smith, E.W.L.

GERSTENHABER, K.R.
An evaluation of a personal growth component of a school counselor education program.
Doctoral dissertation, Kent State University, 1979.

GETA, B.
Breathe away your tension: An introduction to gestalt body awareness therapy.
Berkeley, CA.:Bookworks/Random House, 1973.
Bernard Gunther updating, pseydonomously, his sensory relaxation book of 1968.

GIGES, B. & ROSENFELD, E.
"Personal growth, encounter, and self-awareness groups."
In: Rosenbaum, M. & Snadowsky, A.

GINGER, S. avec la collaboration de Anne Ginger (1987). La gestalt: une thérapie du contact. Paris, Hommes et Groupes Éditeurs, 484 pages.

GIUSTI, E.
"Una conversazione con Edorardo Giusti."
Mondi interiori -- Ambiente esterno.
PSICOTERAPIA UMANISTICA
Feb/March 1981 23:19-22

GIUSTI E.
"Gestalt terapia."
MOSAICO: PSICOLOGIA E SCIENZE UMANE
March, 1981 1:24-25

GIUSTI, E.
"Consapevolezza."
RIZA PSICOSOMATICA
Dossier, Sept. 1984 43:85-88

GIUSTI, E.
"Il Counseling nella psicoterapia della Gestalt."
QUADERNI DI GESTALT, H.C.C.
1985 1:62-65

GIUSTI, E.
"Gestalt terapia."
NOI PSICOLOGIA
Jan/March, 1985 11:5

GIUSTI, E.
"La Gestalt come psicoterapia."
SCIENZE PSICOLOGICHE
July/Sept., 1985 11:28-30

GIUSTI, E.
"La Gestalt e di la fine un rapporto."
L'ARTE DI SEPARARSI
RIZZOLI - BUR.
March, 1986:205-209

GIUSTI, E.
"Prigionieri del Controllo."
NOI PSICOLOGIA
May/August, 1986:15:4

GIUSTI, E.
"Tipo di resistenze al sano contatto."
"Ri-Trovarsi."
ARMANDO EDITORE
October, 1987:184-185, 270-271.

GIUSTI, E.
"La terapie del 'con-tatto' emotivo - Gestalt: una psicoterapie esistenziale attuale"
RIZA Sciencze No. 23
Feb., 1989

GIUSTI, E.
"The key to successful staff counseling."
FAO Casa Gazette.
Nov., 1989

GIUSTI, E.
Preface.
In: Ginger, Serge.
La Gestalt
Edizioni Mediterranne.
Feb., 1990

GIUSTI, E.
"La clinica gestaltica nei gravi disturbi di personalita"
Caleidoscopio Gestalt Psicosociale No. 2
March, 1990

GIUSTI, E.
"Incesto professionale"
NOI PSICOLOGIA No. 27
May, 1990

GIUSTI, E.
"The emotional hazards of home stress and job stress."
FAO Casa Gazette.
June, 1990

GIUSTI, E.
"Gestalt counseling - Il contributo di Rogers al genio di Perls"
Caleidoscopio Gestalt Psicosocial No. 3/4
Sept., 1990

GIUSTI, E.
Preface, Qui & Ora: Fritz Perls
Edizioni Sovera
May, 1991

GIUSTI, E.
"Fritz Perls: Psicoterapia autobiografica"
Atti Congresso internazionale di psicoterapia dell Gestalt
Universita di Siena
July, 1991

GIUSTI, E.
Intervista sulle psicoterapie "la scienza che esplora l'umana esperienza"
Il Popolo newspaper
July 28, 1991

GIUSTI, E.
"La clinica del transfert in psicoanalisi e in psicoterapie della Gestalt."
Edizione Kappa
June, 1991

GIUSTI, E., MONTANAI, C.
"La Gestalt della supervisione."
Atti Congresso internazionale di psicoterapie della Gestalt
Universita di Siena
July 1991

GIUSTI E., MONTANARI, C., & PROIETTI, M.C.
"La terapia della Gestalt."
PROSPETTIVE IN PSICOLOGIA
Sept., 1986:3:13-16

GIUSTI E., MONTANARI, C., & PROIETTI, M.C.
"Indirizzo Gestaltico."
ATTUALITA IN PSICOLOGIA
March, 1987:2:(1):25-30

GLADSTONE, A.
"The put-down society, or, how I became a middle-aged drop-out."
1969, S.F. Gestalt Institute, unpub. ms.

GLASGOW, R.
"Interview with Paul Goodman."
PSYCHOLOGY TODAY.
Nov., 1971.

GOBLE, F.
The third force: The psychology of Abraham Maslow.
NY: Grossman; 1970; NY: Pocket Books; 1971.

GOLDSTEIN, K.
The organism
1939, American Book Company; Boston, 1963.
Beacon

GOLDSTEIN, K.
Human nature in the light of psychopathology.
Cambridge, Mass., Harvard U. Press, 1940.
NY:Schocken Books, 1963.

GOLDSTEIN, K.
After-effects of brain injuries in war.
NY:Grune & Stratton, 1942.

GOLDSTEIN, M.
"A comparison of Gestalt and transactional analysis therapies in marathons."
DISSERTATIONS ABSTRACTS INTERNATIONAL
1972:33(3B):1286

GOLDSTEIN, M.
"Crossroads: An inner dialogue, 1984."
In Resnick, R.W. & Yontef, G.M. (1984).

GOLDTHWAIT, J.A.
"Application of Gestalt therapy based theory of psychological integration to acute schizophrenia."
California School of Professional Psychology,
L.A., California, 1975, dissertation.

GOODMAN, P.
"A syllabus of psychotherapy." (from his novel The empire city.)
"Human nature and the anthropology of neurosis."
(adapted from Perls, F., Hefferline, R. & Goodman, P.)
"Growing up." And "Golden age."
All in Pursglove, P.D.

GOODMAN, P.
The empire city.
Indianapolis/NY: Bobbs-Merrill; 1959.
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.

GOODMAN, P.
Growing up absurd: Problems of youth in the organized society.
NY: Vintage/Random House; 1960.
Dedicated to Lore Perls.

GOODMAN, P.
See Perls, Hefferline & Goodman.

GOODMAN, P.
"City Crowds." & "Hypnosis and psychotherapy: A gestalt critique."
THE GESTALT J.
1978:1(2):28-33.

GOODMAN, P.
Nature heals: Psychological essays.
Edited by Taylor Stoehr.
NY: Free Life Editions, 1977.
All of Goodman's writings are of immense value for Gestalt therapy. Here the psychological essays shed light on his roots, his critiques of Freud and Reich and his own attempts at self-analysis.

GOODMAN, P.
Five years.
NY: Brussel & Brussel; 1966.
Selections Goodman made from notebooks he kept from 1955 to 1960. Soul-searching and psychological, a fine introduction to the man and the thinker.

GOODMAN, PAUL & GOODMAN, PERCIVAL
Communitas: Means of livelihood and ways of life.
NY: Vintage/Random House; 1947, 1960.

GOODMAN, G. & TIMKO, M.G.
"Hot seats and aggressive behavior."
ACADEMIC THERAPY.
1976:11:447-8.

GOODSTEIN, M.
"A comparison of gestalt and transactional analysis therapies in marathons."
1971: Ill. Institute of Technology, diss.

GOTTSEGEN, M. & GOTTSEGEN, G.B.
"The issue of cult identity."
VOICES
1978:14(3)
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

GOULDING, R.L.
"Gestalt therapy and transactional analysis."
In Hatcher, C. & Himmelstein, P.

GOULDING, R.L.
"Transactional analysis and Gestalt therapy."
In Nevis, E. C. (Ed.)
Gestalt therapy: Perspectives and Appications
New York: Gardner Press (Gestalt Institute of Cleveland Press series)(1992)

GRAYSON, H.
"Short-term approaches to psychotherapy."
New Directions in Psychotherapy Series, Vol. III.
NY: Human Sciences Press; 1979.

GREAVES, G.B.
"Gestalt therapy, tantric budhism and the way of zen."
In Smith, E.W.L.

GREENBERG, E.
"Healing the borderline."
THE GESTALT J.
1989:12(2):11-55.

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, L.S.
"Resolving splits: Use of the two chair technique."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH AND PRACTICE.
1979: 16: 316-324

GREENBERG, L.S.
"Training counselors in Gestalt methods."
CANADIAN COUNSELOR
1980: 14 (3): 174-180

GREENBERG, L.S., & CLARKE, K.M.
"Differential effects of the two-chair experiment and empathic reflections at a conflict marker."
J. OF COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY
1979: 26: 1-8

GREENBERG, L.S., & DOMPIERRE, L.M.
"Specific effects of gestalt two chair dialogue on intrapsychic conflict and counseling."
J. OF COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY
1981: 28 (4): 288-294

GREENBERG, L.S., & HIGGINS, H.M.
"Effects of two-chair dialogue and focusing on conflict resolution."
J. OF COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY
1980: 27 (3): 221-224

GREENBERG, L.S., & KAHN, S.E.
"Experimentation: A gestalt approach to counselling."
CANADIAN COUNSELOR
1978: 13 (1) 23-27

GREENBERG, L.S. & RICE, L.N.
"The specific effects of a gestalt intervention."
PSYCHOTHERAPY
1981:21(4):465-472

GREENBERG, L.S. & WEBSTER, M.
"Resolving Decisional Conflict by Gestalt Two-Chair Dialogue: Relating Process to Outcome."
J. OF COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY
1982:29(59):467-477

GREENWALD, J.A.
"The art of emotional nourishment."
1970. Unpublished ms.

GREENWALD, J.A.
"Structural integration and Gestalt therapy."
BULLETIN OF STRUCTURAL INTEGRATION.
1969:1(3):19-21

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.
"The art of emotional nourishment: nourishing and toxic encounter groups."
In Hatcher, C. & Himmelstein, P.

GREENWALD, J.A.
"The ground rules in Gestalt therapy."
J. OF CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOTHERAPY.
1972:5:3-12. Also in Stephenson, F.D.

GREENWALD, J.A.
"Self-induced loneliness."
VOICES
1972:8(2)

GREENWALD, J.A.
Be the person you were meant to be: Antidotes to toxic living.
NY: Simon & Schuster, 1974.

GREENWALD, J.A.
"Knowing you."
In Resnick, R.W. & Yontef, G.M. (1984).

GRINDER, J. & BANDLER, R.
The structure of magic, volume II: A book about communication and change.
Palo Alto, CA.: Science & Behavior; 1976.

GRISWELL, G.E.
"Dead tired and bone weary."
VOICES
11979:15(2)

GROMAN, W.D., NELSON, W.M. III, & DAVIDSON, K.M.
"Self-control and responsibility: Interfacing gestalt and behavioral frameworks."
AMER. J. OF PSYCHOANALYSIS.
1980 (Spring):40(1):33-42.

GRODNER, B.
Gestalt therapy: An annotated bibliography and study guide.
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.

GROUBER, L.N.
"Simple techniques to relieve anxiety."
J. OF FAMILY PRACTICE.
1977:5(4):641-4

GRUEN, W.
"Use of the leader and of the group process in Gestalt therapy groups."
GROUP.
1978 (Winter)2:4

GUINAN, J.F. & FOULDS, M.L.
"The marathon group: Facilitator of personal growth?"
J. OF COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY.
1970:17:145-9.

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.

GUSTAITIS, R.
Turning on.
NY: Macmillan, 1969.
The first book guide the general pubic through the "me decade." A minor best seller.

HABER, R.A.
"A synopsis and synthesis of the theories and techniques of Carl Gustov Jung and Frederick S. Perls."
THE GESTALT J.
1978:1(2):104-19.

HABER, R.A.
"The evaluation of gestalt warm-up exercises by individuals according to their Jungian typology."
1978: U. of South Carolina, diss.

HABER, R.A. & SMALL, J.
"The interface between Gestalt therapy techniques and Jung's psychotypology: A pilot study."
1978: U. of South Carolina, unpub. ms.

HACKERSON, E.
"`Help me': Support and responsibility in Gestalt therapy."
In Hatcher, C. & Himelstein, P.

HALE, J.B.
"Gestalt techniques in marriage counseling."
SOCIAL CASEWORK.
1978: 59:428-33.

HALL, R.A.
"My life measured in abandoned words."
In Stevens, J.O.

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."
VOICES
1975-1976:11(4)
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

HAMMANN, K. & HAMMANN, J.
"Bringing in the wives."
VOICES
1971-1972:7(4)
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

HANNIGAN, P.S.
"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.

HARDY, M.E.
"Evaluating nursing theory."
NLN PUBLICATION
1978:(15-1708):75-86.

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.
"A gestalt point of view of facilitating growth in counseling."
PERSONNEL AND GUIDANCE J.
1975:53:363-6.

HARMAN, R.L.
"Gestalt interactional groups."
PERSONNEL AND GUIDANCE J.
1975:54:49-51

HARMAN, R.L.
"Beyond techniques."
COUNSELOR EDUCATION AND SUPERVISION.
1977:17:157-8.

HARMAN, R.L.
"Gestalt awareness training for graduate students."
COUNSELOR EDUCATION AND SUPERVISION.
1977:15:15-4.

HARMAN, R.L.
"Gestalt marriage and family therapy."
THE GESTALT J.
1978:1(2):92-103.

HARMAN, R.L.
"Gestalt therapy with sexually impotent males: A holistic approach."
THE GESTALT J.
1979:2(2):65-72.

HARMAN, R.L.
"Humor and Gestalt therapy."
VOICES
1981:16(4)
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

HARMAN, R.L.
"A tribute to Laura Perls."
VOICES
1982:18(2)

HARMAN, R.L.
"Working at the contact boundaries."
THE GESTALT J.
1982:5(1):39-48.

HARMAN, R.L.
"Gestalt therapy research."
THE GESTALT J.
1984:7(2):61-69.

HARMAN, R.L.
"Recent developments in Gestalt group therapy."
INTERNATIONAL J. OF GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY
1984:34,3:473-483

HARMAN, R.L.
"Loosening up: Musings about Gestalt therapy training with Jim Simkin."
In Resnick, R.W. & Yontef, G.M. (1984)

HARMAN, R.L.
"A review of Swanson's Gestalt Experiential Training: A Multimedia Training Program in Gestalt Helping Skills."
THE GESTALT J.
1985:8(2):86-88

HARMAN, R.L.
"Gestalt therapy with couples."
INTERNATIONAL J. OF FAMILY PSYCHIATRY
1986:7(3)

HARMAN, R.L.
"A Voice from the past: Gestalt dreamwork with Jim Simkin."
VOICES
1987:23(2):19-26/
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

HARMAN, R.L.
"Gestalt therapy discussed: An interview with James E. Simkin."
VOICES
1989:24(4)
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

HARMAN, R.L.
Gestalt therapy with groups, couples, sexually dysfunctional men, and dreams.
Springfield, IL: Charles Thomas, 1989

HARMAN, R.L.
Gestalt therapy: Discussions with the masters.
Springfield, IL: Charles Thomas, 1990

HARMAN, R.L., AYLWARD, J., BAUER, R., FREEMAN, H., & PERLS, L.
"A case presentation in Gestalt therapy: II."
THE GESTALT J.
1986:9(1):16-35

HARMAN, R.L. & TARLETON, K.B.
"Gestalt therapy supervision."
THE GESTALT J.
1983:6(1):29-38.

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.
"The what and how of psychotherapy."
J. OF CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOTHERAPY.
1976:8:19.

HARPER, R.A., BAUER, R. & KANNARKAT, J.
"Learning theory and Gestalt therapy."
AMERICAN J. OF PSYCHOTHERAPY.
1976:30:55-72.

HARRIS, C.O.
"Toward Laura."
VOICES
1982:18(2)

HARRIS, C.O.
"Bill Warner's demon."
THE GESTALT J.
1983:6(2):67-70.

HARRIS, E.S.
"Becoming a `mensch' in my therapy: An open letter to Joseph C. Zinker."
VOICES
1983:19(3)

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
(Stuttgart)
1979:29(1):1-13.

HATCHER, C.
"Intrapersonal and interpersonal models: Blending gestalt and family therapies."
J. OF MARRIAGE AND FAMILY COUNSELING.
January, 1978:63-8.

HATCHER C. & HIMELSTEIN, P. (Eds.)
The handbook of Gestalt therapy.
NY: Jason Aronson, 1976.
A large, brawling collection of papers on or about Gestalt therapy.

HATCHER, C., TOOMIN, M., & TOOMIN, H.
"Biofeedback and Gestalt therapy."
In Hatcher, C. & Himelstein, P.

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.

HELLGREN, R.K.
Construct validation of the gestalt Q-sort: An R-method approach.
Doctoral dissertation, Kent State university, 1983.

HENDLIN, S.J.
Toward a converging philosophy: Don Juan Matus and the Gestalt therapy of Frederick Perls.
Masters thesis, United States International University, San Diego, 1973. MASTERS ABSTRACTS, 1973, 11, 313.

HENDLIN, S.J.
"Tai Chi Chaun and Gestalt therapy."
J. OF CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOTHERAPY
1978: 10 (1): 25-31.

HENDLIN, S.J.
"An introduction to T'ai Chi Chuan as an adjunct to Gestalt therapy."
J. OF COUNSELING AND PSYCHOTHERAPY
1971: 1: 126-137.

HENDLIN, S.J.
"The sorcerer and the psychotherapist: An existential path with heart."
1978, unpub. ms.

HENDLIN, S.J.
"Body as temple: Psychotherapy confronts the Bodhi-mind."
VOICES
1980: 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: 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, San Diego, CA.

HENDLIN, S.J.
"Review of EXPERIENTIAL FAMILY THERAPY by W. Kempler."
ASSOCIATION FOR HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY NEWSLETTER
July, 1984.

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.

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.
"Gestalt therapy: Aspects of evolving theory and practice."
THE HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGIST
1987:15(3):184-196

HENLE, M.
"Gestalt psychology and Gestalt therapy."
J. OF THE HISTORY OF THE BEHAVIORAL
SCIENCES.
1978:14:23-32.
Professor Henle's views of the connections between gestalt psychology and Gestalt therapy are antagonistic and based, mainly, on an examination of F. Perls's later writing. For other views, see Sherrill, R.; & Barlow, A.

HENLE, M. (Ed.)
Document of gestalt psychology.
Berkeley & L.A.: U. of Ca. Press; 1961.
Perhaps the finest collection of papers on gestalt psychology.

HERLIHY, B.
"Person centered Gestalt therapy: A synthesis."
JOURNAL OF HUMANISTIC EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT
1985:24(1):16.24

HERMAN, S.M.
"The gestalt orientation to organization development."
In Hatcher, C. & Himelstein, P.

HERMAN, S.M.
"Toward a more authentic manager."
TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT J.
1971:25:8-10.

HERMAN, S.M. & KORENICH, M.
Authentic management: a gestalt orientation to organizations and their development.
Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley, 1977.

HILL, C.E., et al.
"Comparison of Rogers, Perls and Ellis on the Hill counselor verbal response category system."
J. OF COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY.
1979:26:198-203.

HILLS, C. & STONE, R.B.
Conduct your own awareness sessions.
NY: N.A.L./Signet; 1970.

HIMELSTEIN, P.
"Gestalt therapy bibliography."
Fourteen legal size pages of books, chapters, articles, and reviews. Helpful. Unpbl.

HIMELSTEIN, P.
"A comprehensive bibliography of Gestalt therapy."
Catalog of selected documents in psychology, 12, ms. 2421, 1982.

HIMELSTEIN, P.
"Dream theory or dream process?"
PSYCHOLOGY
1984: 21 (1): 9-11.

HIRSCH, L.G.
"Gestalt therapy and organization development: An integration in practice."
Western Reserve University, 1977, diss.

HOAGLAND, A.J.
"Getting it all together in the here and now."
Gestalt Institute of L.A., unpub. ms.

HOLLIS, S.L.
"The role of decision in four psychotherapies."
1974: U.S. International University, diss.

HOLLOMAN, R.E.
"Ritual opening and individual transformation: Rites of passage of Esalen."
AMER. ANTHROPOLOGIST.
1974:76:265-80.

HORNE, D.
"Response to Tubbs, W. `Beyond Perls'."
J. OF HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY.
1974:14:73-5.

HORNE, R.
"A world-view synthesis of Gestalt therapy and J. Krishnamurti."
1973: CA. School of Professional Psych., diss.

HOUSTON, G.
The red book of gestalt.
London: Rochester Foundation, 1982. (Available from The Rochester Foundation, 8 Rochester Terrace, London NW1 9JN.)

HOWARD, J.
Please touch: A guided tour of the human potential movement.
NY:McGraw-Hill, 1970.; NY: Dell; 1971.

HUCKABAY, M.A.
"An overview of the theory and practice of Gestalt group process."
In Nevis, E. C. (Ed.)
Gestalt therapy: Perspectives and Appications
New York: Gardner Press (Gestalt Institute of Cleveland Press series)(1992)

HUMPRHY, K.
"Laura Perls: A biographical sketch."
THE GESTALT J.
1986:9(1):5-11

HUNTER, R.
The enemies of anarchy: a gestalt approach to change.
NY: Viking; 1970.
An early attempt to apply concepts arising from Gestalt therapy to social organization and problem solving.

HYCNER, R.H.
"Dialogical Gestalt therapy: An initial proposal."
THE GESTALT J.
1985:8(1):23-49.

HYCNER, R.H.
"An Interview with Erving & Miriam Polster."
THE GESTALT J.
1987:10(2):27-66.

HYCNER, R.H.
"The I-Thou relationship and Gestalt therapy."
THE GESTALT J.
1990:13(1):41-54

HYCNER, R.H.
Between person and person: Toward a dialogical psychotherapy
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IHLOFF, R.W.
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J. OF RELIGION AND HEALTH.
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IVY, A.E., IVY, M.B. & SIMEK-DOWNING
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Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1987

JABLONS, P.
"Interior decorating by gestalt?"
18 Aug. 1977; N.Y. Times.

JACOBS. L.
"Dialogue in Gestalt theory and therapy."
THE GESTALT JOURNAL
1989:12(1):25-68

JACOBS, L.
"Insights from psychoanalytic self psychology and intersubjectivity theory for Gestalt therapists."
THE GESTALT JOURNAL
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JAMEES, M.
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JAMES, M. & JONGEWARD, D.
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JEFFERSON, C.
"Some notes on the use of family sculpture in therapy."
FAMILY PROCESS.
1978:17(1):69-76.

JOHNSON, W.R.
"The use of snake phobia paradigm and nonverbal behavior change in assessing treatment outcome: the 'empty chair' versus systematic desensitization."
Georgia State University, 1977, diss.

JORDAN, N.
"Decision-making under uncertainty and problem solving: A gestalt theoretical viewpoint."
RAND CORP. TECHNICAL REPORT.
Santa Monica, CA.
1 December 1960.

JOSLYN, M.
"Figure/ground: Gestalt/Zen."
In Stevens, J.O.

JOURARD, S.M.
"Psychotherapy in the age of automation: From the way of a technician to the way of the guru."
19 May 1967, Gestalt Institute of Cleveland, paper.

JUNG, H.F.
"Gestalt therapy in rehabilitation counseling."
PSYCHOSOCIAL REHABILITATION J.
1978: 2 (3): 26-34.

KADIS, L.B., & MCCLENDON, R.
"Integrating redecision therapy and family therapy."
In Gurman, A.S., ed.
Questions and answers in the practice of family therapy.
New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1984, 147-51.

KAHN, F.
"Transactional analysis and Gestalt therapy: A comparative
study."
1973, California School of Professional Psychology, diss.

KAISER, H.
Effective psychotherapy.
NY: Free Press, 1965.

KAPLAN, M.L.
"Use of the group in Gestalt therapy groups."
PSYCHOTHERAPY.
1978 (Spring):15:1:80-9.

KAPLAN, M.L. & KAPLAN, N.R.
"Individual and family growth: A gestalt approach."
FAMILY PROCESS.
1978:17(2):195-205.

KAPLAN, N.R. & KAPLAN, M.L.
"The gestalt approach to a stuttering."
J. OF COMMUNICATION DISORDERS.
1978:11(1):1-9.

KAPLAN, M.L.
A session of gestalt/systems family therapy. (Videotape.)
Windsor, Ont.:University of Windsor Media Centre, 1979.

KAPLAN M.L. & KAPLAN, N.R.
"Field processes in family therapy."
THE GESTALT J.
1981:4(2):73-88.

KAPLAN, M.L. & KAPLAN, N.R.
"Organizationa of experience among family members in the
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J. OF MARITAL AND FAMILY THERAPY
1982:8:5-14.

KAPLAN, M.L. & KAPLAN, N.R.
"The linearity issue and Gestalt therapy's theory of experiential
organization."
PSYCHOTHERAPY
1985:22(1):5-15.

KAPLAN, N.R., & SEROK, S.
"Gestalt therapy's theory of experiential organization and mutual
support processes in psychotherapy and supervision."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH AND PRACTICE
1983:22(4):687-95.

KAPLAN, M.L., & WEINBERG, M.
Gestalt-system family therapy.
(Videotape.)
Windsor, Ont.: University of Windsor Media Centre, 1981.

KARASU, T.B.
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1977:134(8):851-63.

KARP, H.
"What's going on?"
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1974:28(11):46-50.

KARPEL, M.
"Individuation: From fusion to dialogue."
FAMILY PROCESS
1976: 15: 65-82.

KASSON, M.
"Discussion."
AMER. J. OF PSYCHOANALYSIS
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KASSENBAUM, P.
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Kentfield, CA: College of Marin, 1986, 16 pp.

KATZ, D.
Gestalt psychology: Its nature and significance.
Tyson, R., trans.
Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1979.

KAUFMAN, C.R.
Present-centering via progressive relaxation in the elderly.
Fresno: Calif. School of Professional Psychology, 1979, 173 pp.
Dissertation.

KAZAN, N.
"The gestalt experience."
In "Sunday Magazine", S.F. Examiner & Chronicle.
6 Feb. 1972.

KEEDING, B.M.
Gestalt therapy limitations and extensions necessary for clients
with a theistic worldview. (Microfiche.)

KEEN, S.
Beginnings without end.
NY: Harper & Row; 1975.

KEEN, S.
"Review of Gestalt therapy verbatim and In and out the garbage
pail by F.S. Perls."
PSYCHOLOGY TODAY.
May, 1970, pp 8; 60.

KEEN, S.
To a dancing god.
NY: Harper and Row; 1970.

KELEMAN, S.
The human ground: Sexuality, self and survival.
Palo alto, CA: Science & Behavior Books, 1975.

KELLEY, P.
"Identity-house: A gestalt experiment for gays."
In Feder, B., and Ronall, R., eds.

KELLEY, P.
"In tribute to the best, with tributation."
VOICES
1982:18(2)

KELLY, B.J., & BILL, J.D.
"Gestalt approaches to conjoint therapy."
TEXAS PERSONNEL AND GUIDANCE ASSN. J.
1978:6(1):27-35.

KEMPLER, W.
Principles of gestalt family therapy.
Norway: A.J. Nordahls, Tryberr, 1973; and
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KEMPLER, W.
Principles of gestalt family therapy: A gestalt experiential
handbook.
Salt Lake City: Desert Press; 1974.

KEMPLER, W.
"The moving finger writes."
VOICES.
1966:2(1):73-4.

KEMPLER, W.
"The experiential therapeutic encounter."
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1967:4:166-72.

KEMPLER, W.
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KEMPLER, W.
"Experimental psychotherapy with families."
FAMILY PROCESS.
1968:7:88-9. Also in Fagan, J. & Shepherd, I.

KEMPLER, W.
"Objectivity rules."
VOICES
1968:3(4):18.

KEMPLER, W.
"The therapist's merchandise."
VOICES
1969:5(4):57-69.

KEMPLER, W.
"Another memorial."
VOICES.
1970:6(2):83.

KEMPLER, W.
"Experiential psychotherapy with couples: An existential
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EXISTENTIAL PSYCHIATRY
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KEMPLER, W.
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KEMPLER, W.
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KEMPLER, W.
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KENT, J.P.
Psychospiritual process in integral psychotherapy: Gestalt
therapeutic methods as applied in integral psychotherapeutic
counseling.
San Francisco: Calif. Inst. of Integral Studies, 1982, 279 pp.
Dissertation.

KEPNER, A.
"Use of the principles of Gestalt family therapy in forming a
model for residential training."
1979: Goddard College, diss.

KEPNER, E., & BRIEN, L.
"Gestalt group process."
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In Fagan, J., and Shepherd, I.L., eds.

KEPNER, E.
"Gestalt training methods."
Gestalt Institute of Cleveland;
also 1974 American
Psychological Association, paper.

KEPNER, E.
"The family and the firm: A co-evolutionary perspective."
THE GESTALT J.
1983:6(2):91-101.

KEPNER, J.I.
Questionnaire measurement of personality styles from the theory
of Gestalt therapy.
Doctoral dissertation, Kent State University, 1982.

KEPNER, J.I.
"Handbook for the gestalt contact style questionnaire."
Unpublished personality test and scoring instructions. Cleveland
Heights, OH, 1984.

KEPNER, J. I.
Body process: A Gestalt approach to working with the body in
psychotherapy
New York: Gestalt Insitute of Cleveland Press, 1987
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Body process: Working with the body in psychotherapy.
San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1993.

KEPNER, E. & BRIEN, L.
"Gestalt therapy and behavioristic phenomenology."
In Fagan, J. & Shepherd, I.

KERTESZ, R.
"Gestalt therapy and transactional analysis as new methods for
the treatment of psychosomatic ailments."
PSYCHOTHERAPY AND PSYCHOSOMATICS
1973:22(2):334-40.

KETTERER, M.W.
"Awareness 1: The natural ecology of subjective experience and
the mind-brain problem revisited."
J. OF MIND & BEHAVIOR
1985:6(4):469-513.

KEY, T. & SCHIFF, B.B.
"The application of the principles of Gestalt therapy to the
training of university teachers."
THE ONTARIO PSYCHOLOGIST
1978:10(2):31-39.

KEYES, M.F.
The inward journey.
Millbrae, CA.: Celestial Arts, 1974.

KIESLER, D. J. & GOLDSTON, CHESLEY
"Client-therapist complementarity: An analysis of the Gloria
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J. OF COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY
1988:35(2):127-133

KING, S.G.
The differential effects of empathetic reflection plus the
gestalt empty-chair dialogue on the issue of unfinished business.
British Columbia: Univ. of British Columbia, 1989, 144 pp.
Thesis.

KINNIE, E.J. & KELLEY, J.
"Fritz Perls - dirty old man of Esalen."
In Magic theater: the psychology of adjustment.
NY: Harper & Row, 1976.

KITZLER, R.
The gestalt group.
In Feder, B. & Ronall, R.

KITZLER, R.
"Dialogue with Isaac."
Unpublished talk delivered at the New York Institute for Gestalt
Therapy, November, 1990.

KITZLER, R., PERLS, L., & STERN, E.M.
"Retrospects and prospects: A trialogue between Laura Perls,
Richard Kitzler, and E. Mark Stern."
VOICES
Summer, 1982: 18 (2): 5-22.

KLEEMAN, J.L.
"The case of the three chairs."
TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS J.
1974:4:29-30.

KLEPNER, P.
"AIDS/HIV and Gestalt Therapy."
THE GESTALT JOURNAL
1992:15(2):5-24

KNAPP, T.J.
"Ralph Franklin Hefferline: The gestalt therapist among the
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J. OF THE HISTORY OF THE BEHAVIOR SCIENCES
1986:22(1):49-60.

KNIGHT, W.
"A gestalt approach in a clinical training group."
J. OF PASTORAL CARE.
1970:24:193-8.

KNIGHT, W.
"Gestalt therapy and pastoral counseling."
PASTORAL COUNSELOR.
1967:5(1):16-21.

KOFFKA, K.
Principles of gestalt psychology.
NY: Harcourt, Brace; 1935, 1963.

KOFFKA, K.
The growth of the mind: an introduction to child psychology (2nd
Ed., revised.).
London: Rutledge & Kegan Paul; 1924, 1928, 1952.

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.
"The history, philosophy and practice of Gestalt therapy: Theory
of human nature and conduct in Frederick Perls' psychology."
1973: U. of CA, Berkeley, diss.

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).

KOHLER, W.
Dynamics in psychology.
NY: Liverright, 1940; NY: Washington Square
Press/Pocket Books, 1965.

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.

KOHLER, W.
The task of gestalt psychology.
Princeton: Princeton U. Press, 1969, 164 pp.

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.
"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.
"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.
"Fritz Perls' Gestalt therapy - one year after his passing."
Unpublished ms., 1971.

KOHN, G.
"Gestalt therapy."
A workshop presented at the California Personnel & Guidance
Association Convention, February 19-21, 1971, San Francisco, CA.

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 in vocational and educational counseling."
presented at the American College Personnel Association
Convention, April 4-8, 1971, Atlantic City, NJ.

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.
"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 - 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.
"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.

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.
"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.
"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.
"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.
"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., 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.

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.B.
Back to one: A practical guide for psychotherapists.
Palo Alto, CA.: Science & Behavior; 1977.

KOPP, S.B.
Guru: Metaphors from a psychotherapist.
Palo Alto, CA.: Science & Behavior; 1971;
NY: Bantam; 1976.

KOPP, S.B.
The hanged man: Psychotherapy and the forces of darkness.
Palo Alto, CA: Science & Behavior Books, 1971.

KOPP, S.B.
The naked therapist
San Diego, CA., Edits, 1975.

KOPP, S.B.
If you meet the Buddha on the road, kill him! The pilgrimate of
psychotherapy patients.
Toronto: Bamtam, 1976, 238 pp.

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., & FLANDERS, C.
No hidden meanings.
Palo Alto, CA: Science & Behavior Books, 1975.

KOPP, S.B., & FLANDERS, C.
What took you so long?
Palo Alto, CA: Science & Behavior Books, 1979.

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 J.
1984:7(2):43-60.

KORB, M.P.
"The numinous ground: I/Thou in Gestalt work."
THE GESTALT J.
1988:11(1):97-106

KORB, M.P. & THEMIS, S.
"The importance of group process in Gestalt therapy."
J. FOR SPECIALISTS IN GROUP WORK
Winter, 1980: 36-40.
Reprint available from: American Personnel and Guidance
Association, Two Skyline Place, Suite 400, 5203 Leesburg Pike,
Falls Church, VA 2041

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.
"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.

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).

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.
"Allen Ginsberg in India: Therapy, Buddhism, and the myth of
happiness."
HUMANIST
1975:35(1):32-35.

KRONSKY, B.J.
"Freeing the creative process: The relevance of gestalt."
ARTS IN PSYCHOTHERAPY
1979:6(4):233-40.

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)

KUO, Y.
"Beyond Perls and Tubbs: A Chinese viewpoint."
J. 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.

LABORDE, G.Z.
"Comparing certain theories and therapies of Freud and Perls."
THE GESTALT J.
1979:2(1):46-69.

LACROSSE, M.B., & BARAK, A.
"Differential perception of counselor behavior.
J. OF COUNSELING
1976:23:170-2.

LAGO, C.O.
"Systematic desensitization: A case-history including some
developments in the use of fantasy."
BRITISH J. OF GUIDANCE 7 COUNSELLING
1981: 9: 94-99

LAMB, C.S.
"Negative hypnotic imagery/fantasy: Application to two cases of
`unfinished business.'"
THE AMER. J. OF CLINICAL HYPNOSIS
1982:24(4):266-71.

LAMNERT, M., & DOLAN, M.M.
"Active interventions in clinical practice: Contributions of
Gestalt therapy."
1983:18(69):43-50.

LAMPER, N.
"The healing hands of Cowichan."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY RESEARCH & PRACTICE.
1971:8:310-4.

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)

LAMPERT, R.
Gestalt therapy and family therapy: A happy marriage.
Long Beach, CA: Max Sound, 1988.

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"
J. OF HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY
1980:20(3):3-20

LATHROP, D.D.
"Jung and Perls: Analytical psychology and gestalt."
In Smith, E.W.L.

LATNER, J.
The Gestalt therapy book.
NY: Julian Press, 1973; Bantam, 1974.
One of the best introductory treatments, it pays serious
attention to basic concepts.
2nd Edition revised by the author.
Highland, NY: The Gestalt Journal, 1986

LATNER, J.
"A reader's guide to Gestalt therapy."
1972: CA. School of Professional Psych., diss.
This was the foundation for The Gestalt therapy book (q.v.)

LATNER, J.
"Social dreamwork and Gestalt therapy."
In Downing, J., ed.
Gestalt awareness: Papers from the San Francisco Gestalt
Institute.
New York: Perennial, 1976, 124-37.

LATNER, J.
"The thresher of time: On love and freedom in Gestalt therapy."
THE GESTALT J.
1982:5(1):20-38.

LATNER, J.
"Water under the bridge: In response to Sylvia Crocker."
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J. OF FLUENCY DISORDERS
1983:8(2):133-45.

MORAN, M., WATSON, C.G., BROWN, J., WHITE, C. & JACOBS, L.
"Systems releasing action therapy with alcoholics: an
experimental evaluation."
J. OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY.
1978:34(3):769-74.

MOREAU, A.
"[Gestalt therapy, extension of psychoanalysis.]"
ACTA PSYCHIATRICA BELGICA
1980:80(6):805-38.

MORPHY, R. (psued.)
"An inner view of obsessional neurosis."
THE GESTALT J.
1980:3(1):120-136.

MORUAA, S. & VILLEGAS, V.
"Analisis exploratorio de polaridades en adolescentes
costarricenses, segun la teoria de la terapia gestalt."
Tesis de graduacion, University of Costa Rica, 1984.

MOSES, P.J.
The voice of neurosis.
NY: Gruen & Stratton, 1954.
F. Perls called this the only important book on one of the most
important parts of the person available to the therapist: the
voice. A classic.

MOSHER, D.L.
"The gestalt awareness-expression cycle as a model for sex
therapy."
J. OF SEX AND MARITAL THERAPY.
1977:3(4):229-42.

MOSHER, D.L.
"The gestalt experiment in sex therapy."
J. OF SEX & MARITAL THERAPY.
1979:5(2):117-33.

MOSHER, D.L.
"Negative attitudes toward masturbation in sex therapy."
J. OF SEX AND MARITAL THERAPY.
1979:5(4):315-33.

MOSHER, D.L.
"Awareness in gestalt sex therapy."
J. OF SEX & MARITAL THERAP.
1979:5(1):41-56.

MOURSUND, J.
"Contact, intimacy, and need."
TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS J.
1985:15(2):116-9.

MOWATT, D.T.
"Physiological correlates to contacting the now process in
Gestalt therapy."
1976: U. of Mass., diss.

MOZDZIERZ, G.J.; ELBAUM, P.L.; & HOUDA, A.J.
"Changing patterns in the use of an intake-diagnostic-orientation
group."
AMER. J. OF PSYCHOTHERAPY
1974:28(1):129-36.

MULGREW, E. & MULGREW, J.
"Awareness of Self and Other in Gestalt Therapy."
THE GESTALT J.
1987:10(2):67-72

MULLAN, J., & SANGIULANO, I.A.
"Interpretation as existence in analysis."
PSYCHOANALYSIS & PSYCHOANALYTIC REVIEW
1958:45:52-64.

MULLEN, P.F.
"Gestalt therapy and constructive developmental psychology."
THE GESTALT J.
1990:13(1):69-90

MULLER, B.
"Isadore From's contribution to the theory and practice of Gestalt therapy."
STUDIES IN GESTALT THERAPY
1993:2:7-21.

MUNSON, T.
"The illusion of fusion"
SUBJECT TO CHANGE
1980:2(1):1-2

MURPHEY, T.J.
"Encouraging client responsibility."
J. OF INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGY
1984:40(2):122-32.

MURPHY, M.
"Esalen: Where it's at."
PSYCHOLOGY TODAY
1967:1(7):34-39.

MUSHOLT, E.A.
Evaluation of a gestalt oriented group art experience.
Milwaukee: Marquette U., 1978, 130 pp., diss.

NAFTULIN, D.H., DONNELLY, F.A. & WOLKIN, G.H.
"Four therapeutic approaches to the same patient: A study of
Truax variables."
AMER. J. OF PSYCHOTHERAPY.
Jan., 1975:29:1:66-71.

NAPOLI, D., & WALK, C.
J. OF INDEPENDENT SOCIAL WORK
1989:3(4):57-70.

NARANJO, C.
"Expressive techniques."
In Hatcher, C. & Himelstein, P.

NARANJO, C.
The techniques of Gestalt therapy.
Berkeley, CA: SAT Press, 1973
Highland, NY: The Gestalt Journal, 1980
(Out of print)

NARANJO, C.
The healing journey: New approaches to consciousness.
NY: Ballantine; 1974.

NARANJO, C.
"I and thou, here and now: Contributions of Gestalt therapy."
In: Otto, H.A. & Mann, J. (Eds.), Ways of growth: approaches to
expanding awareness.
NY: Grossman, 1968; Pocket Books, 1971.

NARANJO, C.
"Gestalt therapy as a transpersonal approach."
THE GESTALT J.
1978:1(2):75-81.

NARANJO, C.
"Opening address: 1981 gestalt conference."
THE GESTALT J.
1982:5(1):3-19.

NARANJO, C.
"Jim Simkin in my experience: The story of an acquaintance."
In Resnick, R.W. & Yontef, G.M. (1984).

NARANJO, C.
How to be: Meditation in spirit and practice.
Los Angeles: St. Martin's Press, 1990, 169 pp.

NARANJO, Cl.
Gestalt therapy: The attitude & practice of an atheoretical experientialism.
Nevada City, CA: Gateways Books & Tapes, 1993, 316 pp.

NATCHEZ, G.
"Laura: Still on the heights."
VOICES
1982:18(2)

NEEDHAM, T.L.
A comparative analysis of the concept of neurosis in Gestalt
therapy and modern clinical psychiatry.
New Orleans: Baptist Theological Seminary, 1976, diss.

NEIBERG, N.A.
"Symposium: Contrasting models of leadership in group
psychotherapy."
INTERNATIONAL J. OF GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY
1976:26(2).

NEILL, R.B.
"Gestalt therapy in a social psychiatric setting: The `oil and
water' solution."
ADOLESCENCE
1979:14(56):775-796.

NELSON, W.M.
"Neurotic verbalizations: An exploration of a Gestalt therapy
assumption."
Richmond: Virginia Commonwealth U., 1973, thesis.

NELSON, W.M., & GROMAN, W.D.
"The meaning of here-now, there-then in Gestalt therapy."
THE AMER. J. OF PSYCHOANALYSIS
1974:34(4):337-46.

NELSON, W.M. & GROMAN, W.D.
"Neurotic verbalizations: An exploration of a Gestalt therapy
assumption."
J. OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
1975: 31(4):732-737

NELSON, W.M. & GROMAN, W.D.
"Temporal perspective from the Gestalt therapy assumption of
present-centeredness."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH AND PRACTICE
1978: 15 (3): 277-284.

NEVIS, E.C.
Beyond mental health.
Cleveland: Gestalt Inst., 1969, unpub.

NEVIS, E.C.
Gestalt process in organization assessment.
Working paper 1142-80.
Cambridge: Sloan School of Management, MIT, 1980.

NEVIS, E.C.
"Evocative and provacative modes of influence in the
implementation of change."
THE GESTALT J.
1983:6(2):5-12.

NEVIS, E.C.
A gestalt approach to organizational consulting.
Cleveland: Gestalt Inst. of Cleveland Press, 1986.

NEVIS, E.C.
Organizational Consulting: A Gestalt Approach
New York: The Gestalt Institute of Cleveland Press, 1987

NEVIS, E. C. (Ed.)
Gestalt therapy: Perspectives and Appications
New York: Gardner Press (Gestalt Institute of Cleveland Press series)(1992)

NEVIS, S.
Lectures on group process.
Cleveland: Gestalt Inst. of Cleveland, 1977.

NEVIS, S.
"Laura [Perls]: Brief picture of her essence."
THE GESTALT J.
1980:3(1):16.

NEVIS, S.M.
"Bringing the background into the foreground."
THE GESTALT J.
1985:8(1):61-64.

NEVIS, S.M. & WARNER, E.S.
"Conversing about gestalt couples and family therapy."
THE GESTALT J.
1983:6(2):40-50.

NEVIS, S.M. & ZINKER, J.
"How Gestalt therapy views couples, families and the process of
their psychotherapy: General questions and answers."
Cleveland: The Gestalt Institute of Cleveland, 1982.

NEWBY, S.
"Getting at responsibility in a ninth-grade English class."
In Brown, G.I., ed., 198-205.

NICELY, T.
Adam and his work: A bibliography of sources by and about Paul
Goodman (1911-1972).
Metuchen, NJ: Scarecrow, 1979, 336 pp.

NICHOLS, R.C.
Gestalt therapy: Some aspects of self-support, independence and
responsibility.
Knoxville: U. of Tennessee, 1973, 121 pp., diss.

NICHOLS, R.C., & FINE, H.J.
"Gestalt therapy: Some aspects of self-support, independence and
responsibility."
PSYCHOTHERAPY
1980:17(2):124-135.

NIELSEN, A.C.
"Gestalt and psychoanalytic therapies: Structure analysis and
rapprochment."
AMER. J. OF PSYCHOTHERAPY
1980:34(4):534-544

NIEMEIRE, D.L.
The effects of time orientation in brief analog psychotherapy
with individuals showing an obsessive style.
Richmond: Virginia Commonwealth U., 1980, 98 pp., diss.

NISENHOLZ, B., & MC CARTHY, F.H.
"Use of gestalt counseling in supervising student teaching."
PEABODY J. OF EDUCATION
1976:53(2):76-80.

NORDBERG, R.S.
Gestalt therapy and the specious present.
Annual Conference of the North Central Association for Counselor
Education and Supervision, Chicago, October 5, 1978.

NORTON, R.F. Jr.
Toward a gestalt theory of early child development.
Fresno: California School of Professional Psychology, 1980, 211
pp., diss.

OAKLANDER, V.
Windows to our children: A Gestalt therapy approach to children
and adolescents.
Moab, UT: Real People Press, 1978.

OAKLANDER, V.
"The relationship of Gestalt therapy to children."
THE GESTALT J.
1982:5(1):64-74.

OAKLANDER, V.
"Gestalt therapy with children: Working with anger and
introjects."
INSTITUTE OF GUIDANCE COUNSELORS J. (Ireland)
Winter 1982-1983: 7

OAKLANDER, V.
"How Jim Simkin changed my life."
In Resnick, R.W. & Yontef, G.M. (1984).

OAKLANDER, V.
"A Gestalt therapy approach with children through the use of art
and creative expression."
In: Marcus, E.H. (Ed.)
Gestalt therapy and beyond.
Meta, CA: 1979

OAKLANDER, V.
"Gestalt work with children: Working with anger and introjects."
In Nevis, E. C. (Ed.)
Gestalt therapy: Perspectives and Appications
New York: Gardner Press (Gestalt Institute of Cleveland Press series)(1992)

OBLAS, A.
"Mind your own gestalt!"
TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS J.
1981:11(4):328-9.

O'CONNELL, V.F.
"Until the world became a human event."
VOICES
1967:3(2):75-80.

O'CONNELL, V.F.
"Bless them all."
VOICES
1968:4(3):13-15.

O'CONNELL, V.F.
"Crisis psychotherapy: Person, dialogue and organismic event."
In Fagan, J., and Shepherd, I.L., eds., 243-56.

O'CONNELL, V.
"The taste of the strawberry."
VOICES
1979:15(2)

O'CONNELL, V.
"My unconscious takes care of me: The taste of two strawberries."
VOICES
1985:20(4)
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

ODELL, S., & SELLER, G.
"The effects of short-term personal growth groups on anxiety and
self-perception."
SMALL GROUP BEHAVIOR
1975:6(3):251-71.

ODEN, T.C.
"The new pietism."
J. OF HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY
1972:12(1):24-41.

O'DONNELL, W.E.
The relative effectiveness of transactional analysis group
counseling vs. gestalt group counseling in effecting change in
male junior high school truants.
Washington, DC: Catholic U. of Amer., 1978, 143 pp., diss.

O'DONOVAN, D.
"Great diagnosticians call for great patients."
In Smith, E.W.L., ed.

O'GRADY, D.
The effects of adding a somatic intervention to the gestalt two-
chair technique on career decision-making.
Chicago: U. of Chicago, 1986, thesis.

O'HARA, M.M. & WOOD, J.K.
Patterns of awareness consciousness and the group mind.
THE GESTALT J.
1983:6,2:103-116

O'HEARNE, J.J.
Models of leadership in transactional and gestalt group
psychotherapy.
17th Annual Inst. and 30th Annual Conf. of the Amer. Group
Psychotherapy Assn., Detroit, Feb. 7-10, 1973.

O'HEARNE, J.
"How and why do transactional-gestalt therapists work as they
do?"
INTERNATIONAL J. OF GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY
1976:26:163-172.

O'JACK, J.
"Another story for Jim."
In Resnick, R.W. & Yontef, G.M. (1984).

OKERE, N.S.
The application of gestalt psychotherapy principles to learning:
A case study of resistance in adult education.
Malibu: Pepperdine U., 1984, 103 pp., diss.

OLDHAM, J., KEY, T., & STARAK, Y.
Risking being alive: A gestalt approach to living.
Australia: P.I.T. Press, 1978.

O"LEARY, E.
Gestalt therapy: Theory, practice and research.
London: Chapman and Hall, 1992.

ORCUTT, T.L.
"Roles and rules: The inship and territoriality of psychodrama
and Gestalt therapy."
J. OF GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY, PSYCHODRAMA AND SOCIOMETRY
1977:30:97-107.

ORCUTT, T.L., & WILLIAMS, G.A.
"Toward a facilitative ethic in the human potential movement."
INTERPERSONAL DEVELOPMENT
1974:4(2):77-84.

ORTEN, J.D.
Conceptions of individual freedom and responsibility: Their
impact on therapeutic practice.

OWNBY, R.L.
"Gestalt therapy with children."
THE GESTALT J.
1983:6(2):51-58.

PAIGE, P.E.
"A gestalt awareness process for working with problem drinkers
who do not want to stop drinking."
VOICES
1975:11(1)
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

PAIGE, P.E.
"Working with problem drinkers who do not want to stop drinking:
A gestalt awareness process."
In Marcus, E.H., ed., 185-98.

PAIGE-SCHMIDT, U.W.
"The crisis of Gestalt therapy--and beyond."
In Resnick, R.W. & Yontef, G.M. (1984).

PAJAK, E.F., & SEYFARTH, J.T.
"Authentic supervision reconciles the irreconcilables."
EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP
1983:40(8):20-23.

PALM, A.
"Stages of growth."
VOICES
1974:10(1):57.

PAPERNOW, P.L.
A phenomenological study of the developmental stages of becoming
a stepparent: A gestalt and family systems approach.
Boston: Boston U., 1980, 324 pp., diss.

PAPERNOW, P.L.
"The stepfamily cycle: An experimental model of stepfamily
development."
FAMILY RELATIONS
1984:33:355-363
(Reprint available from Gestalt Institute of Cleveland)

PAPERNOW, P.L.
Becoming a stepfamily: Patterns of development in remarried families.
San Francisco: Jossey Bass, 1993

PASCOE, W.
"Overcoming blocks to creativity in family treatment."
J. OF FAMILY THERAPY
1980:2(2):211-24.

PASSONS, W.R.
Gestalt approaches in counseling.
NY: Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1975.

PASSONS, W.R.
"Gestalt therapy interventions for group counseling."
PERSONNEL AND GUIDANCE J.
1972:51:183-9.

PATTERSON, C.H.
"Gestalt therapy."
Theories of counseling and psychotherapy (2nd ed.):
NY: Harper & Row, 1973.
Also in 4th ed., 1986, 342-78.

PAUL, LOUIS.
"The suicidal self."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH & PRACTICE.
1970:7:177-180.

PAUL, L.
"The cruel inner critic."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH & PRACTICE
1970:7(3):78-180.

PAUL, LYNDELL
"The relevance of Gestalt therapy for social work."
CLINICAL SOCIAL WORK J.
1973:1:94-9.

PEARLMAN, B.T.
"A paradigm analysis for confluent education."
1976: U. of Ca., Santa Barbara, diss.

PEARSON, L.
A demonstration of Gestalt therapy.
Atlanta: Human Development Inst., 1970.

PECK, H.B.
"Reflections on 25 years of the International Journal of Group
Psychotherapy."
INTERNATIONAL J. OF GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY
1975:25(2):153-7.

PERLMAN, B.T.
"Scientific theory and gestalt: A juxtaposition."
In Brown, G.I., ed., 52-56.

PEARY, V.
"Gestalt therapy and the counselor."
CANADIAN COUNSELOR.
1973:7(2):74-85.

PERLS, F.
Contact and withdrawal; the rhythm of human relations."
Undated, unpub. ms.

PERLS, F.
"Dream seminars." & Four lectures."
both in Fagan, J. & Shepherd, I.

PERLS, F.
Ego, hunger and aggression: A revision of Freud's theory and
method.
Durban, South Africa, 1942: Knox Publishing Co. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1947; S.F., CA. Orbit Graphic Arts, 1966; NY: Random House, 1969.
Highland, NY: The Gestalt Journal Press, 1992 (Only edition in print)
Gestalt therapy is referred to here as concentration therapy.
Early influences and theoretical constructs are clear. A
valuable work.

PERLS, F.
"Introduction."
In Winter, J.A.
A doctor's report on dianetics: Theory and therapy.
New York: Julian Press, 1951.

PERLS, F.
"Morality, ego boundary, & aggression."
COMPLEX
1953:Issue #9:42-52
Also in Stevens, J.O., ed.

PERLS, F.
"Group versus individual therapy."
ETC: A REVIEW OF GENERAL SEMANTICS.
1967:24(3):306-12.
Also in Stevens, J.O., ed., 9-15.

PERLS, F.
Festschrift for Fritz Perls.
(Edited by J.S. Simkin.)
L.A.: 1968.

PERLS, F.
"Finding self through Gestalt therapy."
THE GESTALT J.
1978:1(1):54-73.
First delivered as a part of the Cooper Union New York City Forum
Lecture Series on "The Self" on March 6 1957.

PERLS, F.
The gestalt approach & Eye witness to therapy.
Palo Alto, Ca.: Science and Behavior Books,
1973; NY: Bantam, 1976.
More lectures and therapy session transcripts, these edited by
Richard Bandler of neuro-linguistic programming, a latter-day
Gestalt offshoot.

PERLS, F.
"Gestalt therapy."
In Bry, A. (ed.) Inside Psychotherapy; NY:
Basic Books, 1972; NY: Signet/NAL, 1973.

PERLS, F.
"Gestalt therapy and human potentialities."
In Otto, H.A. (ed). Explorations in Human Potentialities;
Springfield, Ill.: C.C. Thomas 1966; also Gestalt Institute of
Cleveland, paper #3; and Esalen Institute, Big Sur, CA., paper
#1, 1965, and paper #11, 1968.

PERLS, F. (Edited by Wysong, J.)
Gestalt therapy verbatim.
Lafayette, Ca.: Real People Press; 1969; NY:
Bantam; 1971.
Highland, NY. 1992: The Gestalt Journal (Only edition in print)
(With a new introduction by Michael Vincent Miller)
The book that brought Gestalt therapy to the public's attention.
A media event, it transcribes talk, lectures and therapy
sessions. Verbatim provides a healthy sample of the later Perls
and West Coast Gestalt, late Sixties style.

PERLS, F.
"Gestalt therapy verbatim."
In Haimowitz, N.L. & Haimowitz, N.R. (Eds.);
Human development: selected readings. NY: T.V. Crowell, 1973.

PERLS, F.
"Gestalt therapy verbatim: Introduction." and "Gestalt therapy:
Retroflection, introjection and projection." and "Living
gestalt."
All in Hatcher, C. & Himelstein, P.

PERLS, F.
In and out the garbage pail.
Lafayette, CA.: Real People Press, 1969; NY:
Bantam, 1972. Highland, NY: The Gestalt Journal Press, 1992 (Only edition in print)
The autobiography of a principle founder of Gestalt therapy. It
is, like its author was, profound, stupid, angelic, devilish,
brilliant, poetic, boring, chaotic and wise. Some things Perls
discusses here and nowhere else.

PERLS, F.
"The gestalt approach."
In Ard, B.N. Jr., ed.
Counseling and psychotherapy: Classics on theories and issue,
rev. ed.
Palo Alto: Science & Behavior Books, 1975, 5-9.

PERLS, F.
Legacy from Fritz.
Palo Alto, Ca.: Science and Behavior Books, 1976.

PERLS, F.
"The case of Jane."
In Wedding, D., and Corsini, R.J., eds.
Great cases in psychotherapy.
Itasca, IL: F.E. Peacock, 1979.

PERLS, F.
"Planned psychotherapy." (Edited by L. Perls.)
THE GESTALT J.
1979:2(2):4-23.

PERLS, F.
"Psychiatry in a new key" part 1.
THE GESTALT J.
1978:1(1):35-53.

PERLS, F.
"Psychiatry in a new key." part 2.
THE GESTALT J.
1978:1(2):48-65.

PERLS, F.
"Resolution."
In Stevens, J.O.

PERLS, F.
"Theory and technique of personality integration."
AMERICAN J. OF PSYCHOTHERAPY.
1948:2:565-86. Also in Stevens, J.O.

PERLS, F.
"Workshop versus individual therapy."
J. OF LONG ISLAND CONSULTATION CENTER.
1967:5(2):13-7.
First presented at Amer. Psychological Assoc., NY, Sept. 1966,
paper.

PERLS, F.
"Gestalt Therapy Seminar
Transcript of Audiotape
Salt Lake City: A A P Tape Library (undated)

PERLS, F. & CLEMENT, C.C.
"Acting out versus acting through."
VOICES.
1968:4(4):66-73, Also in Stevens, J.O.

PERLS, F. & GOODMAN, P.
"The theory of 'the removal of inner conflict'."
In Stevens, J.O.

PERLS, F., HEFFERLINE, R. & GOODMAN, P.
Gestalt therapy: Excitement and growth in the human
personality.
NY: Julian Press, 1951; NY: Dell, 1965: NY: Bantam, 1977.
After more than thirty years still the 'bible' of Gestalt
therapy. The second part, "Novelty, excitement and growth,"
remains the most lucid (and difficult) theoretical exposition of
Gestalt therapy. A must.

PERLS, F., HEFFERLINE, R. & GOODMAN, P.
"Gestalt psychotherapy."
In Sahakian, W.S. (ed.) Psychotherapy and counseling: studies in
technique; Chicago: Rand McNally, 1969.

PERLS, L.
"The psychoanalyst and the critic."
COMPLEX.
1950:2:41-7.

PERLS, L.
"Portrait sketch of Paul Goodman."
In the program for The Living Theater's production of Goodman's
Faustina.
May 25, 1952.

PERLS, L.
"Notes on the psychology of give and take."
COMPLEX.
1953:9:24-30. Also in Pursglove, P.D.

PERLS, L.
"Two instances of Gestalt therapy."
CASE REPORTS IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY.
1956:3:139-46. Also in Pursglove, P.D.

PERLS, L.
"The gestalt approach."
American Academy of psychotherapists, NY, 1959, paper. Also in
Barron, J. & Harper, R.A. (Eds.) Annals of psychotherapy, Vols. 1
& 2, 1962. Adapted as "One gestalt therapist's approach."
In Fagan, J. & Shepherd, I.

PERLS, L.
"Some aspects of Gestalt therapy."
1973, Orthopsychiatric Assoc., paper.

PERLS, L.
"Concepts and misconceptions of Gestalt therapy."
VOICES.
1978:14(3):31-5.
Originally presented as an address to the European Association
for Transactional Analysis in Seefeld, Austria in July, 1977.
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

PERLS, L.
"An oral history of Gestalt therapy, part 1: A conversation with
Laura Perls."
(Conducted by Edward Rosenfeld.)
THE GESTALT J.
1978:1(1):9-31.

PERLS, L. (Ed.)
"Planned psychotherapy" by Frederick S. Perls.
THE GESTALT J.
1979:2(2):5-23.
Though Laura edited much of Fritz's work, most notably sections
of Ego, Hunger and Aggression, this editing she signs her name to
and adds footnotes.

PERLS, L.
A festschrift for Laura Perls in celebration of her 75th
birthday.
(Edited by D. Rosenblatt.)
THE GESTALT J.
1980:3(1):1-158.

PERLS, L.
Keeping the flame: Laura Perls and Gestalt therapy.
(Edited by E.M. Stern.)
VOICES
1982:18(2).

PERLS, L.
"A workshop with Laura Perls."
VOICES
1982:18(2)
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

PERLS, L.
"Comments on the new directions."
In Smith, E.W.L.

PERLS, L.
"Opening address: 8th Annual Conference on the Theory and
Practice of Gestalt therapy."
THE GESTALT J.
1986:9(1):12-15.

PERLS, L.
"Every Novel is a Case History."
THE GESTALT J.
1989:12(2):5-10

PERLS, L.
"Workshop with Laura Perls."
Transcript of Audiotape
Salt Lake City: A A P Tape Library (undated)

PERLS, L.
Leben an der grenze: Essays und anmerkunge zur Gestalt-Therapie
(Liiving at the Boundary: Essays and comments on Gestalt
therapy)
Koln, West Germany, 1989: Edition Humanistische Psychologie

PERLS, L.
"A talk for the 25th anniversary."
THE GESTALT J.
1990:13(2):15-22

PERLS, L., & AYLWARD, J., BAUER, R., FREEDMAN, H., & HARMAN, R.
"A case presentation in Gestalt therapy: II"
THE GESTALT J.
1986:9(1):16-35.

PERLS, L.; KITZLER, R.; & STERN, E.M.
"A trialogue between Laura Perls, Richard Kitzler, and E. Mark
Stern."
VOICES
1982:18(2):5-22.

PERLS, L. & POLSTER, M.
"Interpretation is..."
VOICES
1977:13(2)
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

PERLS, L. & ROSENFELD, E.
"A conversation between Laura Perls and Edward Rosenfeld."
VOICES
Summer, 1982: 18 (2): 22-29.

PERLS, L., et al.
"The future of Gestalt therapy: A symposium."
Miller, M.V., symposium moderator, ed.
THE GESTALT J.
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PERSONETT, J.D.
"Couples therapy: Treatment of choice with the drug addict."
J. OF PSYCHIATRIC NURSING.
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PERSONS, R., MACY, F., STOLIN, V., DIAMOND, P., & SUSLAK, K.
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THE GESTALT JOURNAL
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PERTZBORN, A.M.
The effect of Gestalt therapy on self-actualization, anxiety and
muscle tension in female college students.
Santa Barbara, CA: Fielding Inst., 1979, 106 pp., diss.

PETERMANN, B.
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PETERSON, G.L.
Degree of consistency among therapists with different theoretical
orientations on the importance of nonspecific relationship
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Carbondale: Southern Illinois U., 1979, 66 pp., diss.

PETERSON, G.L., & BRADLEY, R.W.
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counseling: Historical perspective and new data."
J. OF COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY
1980:27(6):554-60.

PETERSON, L. & MELCHER, R.
"To change, be yourself: An illustration of paradox in Gestalt
therapy."
THE PERSONNEL AND GUIDANCE J.
1981: 60 (2): 101-103.

PETERSON, R.L.
"Choice, responsibility, causality, and psychotherapy."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH & PRACTICE
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PETERSON, S.
A catalog of the ways people grow.
NY: Ballantine; 1971.

PETRY, S.
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(I and
Thou and We - A Mediation on the "Gestalt Prayer.
Wurzburg, PBZ-Publikationen, 3/86.

PETTIT, J.D.
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J. OF BUSINESS COMMUNICATION
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PETZOLD, H.B., ed.
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Neuss, W. Germany: Fritz Perls Inst., 1976.

PETZOLD, H.G.
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Paderborn: Junfermann, 1980.

PETZOLD, H.G.
"Gestalt therapy with the dying patient: Integrative work using
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DEATH EDUCATION
1982:6(3):249-64.

PFEIFFER, J.W.
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PHAIGH, E.
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PHILLIPS, M.
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GROUP AND ORGANIZATIONAL STUDIES.
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PHILLIPS, M., & ELMORE, B.
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Santa Barbara, CA: DRICE, 1974.

PHILLIPSON, P.
"Awareness, the contact boundary and the field.
THE GESTALT J.
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PHILLIPSON, P.
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THE BRITISH GESTALT J.
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PICHEL, C.H.
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TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS J.
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PISHNY, W.
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Columbia, MD.: American Dance Therapy Assoc., 1975.

PODESTA, B.
"The image and the man."
VOICES
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POLANYI, M.
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NY: Harper & Row; 1958, 1962.

POLETTI, R.
"Que fait on pour aider les eleves a gerer l'agressivite des
patients? Que peut on faire de positif avec l'agression?
[What is
done to assist students in managing patient's aggression? What
positive things can be done with aggression?]"
KRAKENPFLEGE (Switzerland)
1984:77(4):61-62.

POLLIO, H.R., & BARLOW, J.M.
A behavioral analysis of figurative language in psychotherapy:
One session in a single case study.
Knoxville: U. of Tennessee, Dept. of Psychology, 1973, 34 pp.

POLO, P.M.
"The borderline case: A consideration from the point of view of Gestalt therapy."
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POLSKY, H.W.
"Consider starting a well-being institute."
SOCIAL WORK.
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POLSTER, E.A.
Instructor's outline: Methodology of Gestalt therapy.
Cleveland: Gestalt Inst. of Cleveland.

POLSTER, E.A.
"Techniques and experience in Gestalt therapy."
paper.
1957: Cincinnati: Ohio Psychological Assoc.
Also in Stephenson, F.D., ed., 147-50.

POLSTER, E.A.
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PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH & PRACTICE.
1966:3(1): 1-6. Also in Pursglove, P.D.
Reprinted in THE GESTALT J.
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POLSTER, E.A.
"The integrative effect of social psychotherapy."
paper, Wash., D.C., 1967, American Psychological Assoc.

POLSTER, E.A.
"Don't be satisfied until..."
VOICES
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Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

POLSTER, E.A.
"Trends in Gestalt therapy."
1967: Cincinnati: Ohio Psychiatric Assoc. paper.
Also in Stephenson, F.D.

POLSTER, E.A.
"Encounter in community."
In Burton, A. (ed.) Encounter; SF: Jossey-Bass,
1970.

POLSTER, E.A.
"From San Diego: Part I."
THE GESTALT J.
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POLSTER, E.A.
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In Fagan, J. & Shepherd, I.

POLSTER, E.A.
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In Burton, A. (ed.) Twelve therapists.
San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1972.

POLSTER, E.A.
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In Stephenson, F.D.

POLSTER, E.A.
"Structured training programs."
Gestalt Institutes of San Diego. Amer. Psych.
Assoc., 1974, paper.

POLSTER, E.A.
"Patient interview: Case history: `Ellen.'"
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Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt, 1979, 109-27.

POLSTER, E.A.
"Laura Perls: Her contribution."
VOICES
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POLSTER, E.A.
"The spotlighted life."
In Resnick, R.W. & Yontef, G.M. (1984).

POLSTER, E.A.
"Imprisoned in the present."
THE GESTALT J.
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POLSTER, E. A.
Every person's life is worth a novel.
New York: W. W. Norton, 1987, 1990.

POLSTER, E.A.
"Escape from the present: Transition and storyline."
In: Zieg, Jeffrey (ed.)
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New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1987

POLSTER, E.A.
"Tight therapeutic sequences."
In: Zieg, J. K. & Gilligan, S. G. (eds.)
Brief therapy: Myths, methods and metaphors.
New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1990.

POLSTER, E.A.
Gestalt therapy: Humanization of technique.
Phoenix: Milton Erickson Foundation, 1990.

POLSTER, E.A.
"Response to 'Loss of ego functions, conflict, and resistance.'
THE GESTALT JOURNAL:14(2):45-60

POLSTER, E.A.
"The self in action: A Gestalt outlook."
In: Zieg, Jeffrey (ed.)
The evolution of psychotherapy: The second conference.
New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1992

POLSTER, E.A. & FROM, I.
"Review of Jack Gaines' Fritz Perls: Here and Now."
VOICES
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Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

POLSTER, E.A. & POLSTER, M.
Gestalt therapy integrated.
NY: Brunner/Mazel, 1973: NY: Random House/Vintage, 1974.
A fine, one-volume treatment of the basics of Gestalt therapy.
Contains some of the best discussion of contact boundary
disturbances found in the literature.
Published in Italian with introduction by Lobb, M.S., as:
Psicoterapia della gestalt integrata.
Milano: Casa Editrice Giuffre, 1986.

POLSTER, E.A. & POLSTER, M.
"Notes on the training of gestalt therapists."
VOICES, Fall, 1974.
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

POLSTER, E.A. & POLSTER, M.
"Therapy without resistance: Gestalt therapy."
In: Burton, A. (Ed.)
What makes behavior change possible?
New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1976.

POLSTER, E.A. & POLSTER, M.
"An oral history of Gestalt therapy, part 3: A conversation with
Erving and Miriam Polster."
(Conducted by Joe Wysong.)
THE GESTALT J.
1979:2(1):3-26.

POLSTER, E.A. & POLSTER, M.
"Every person's life is worth a novel."
THE GESTALT J.
1983:6(2):59-66.

POLSTER, M.
"Women in therapy - a gestalt therapist's view."
In Franks, V. & Burtle, V. (Eds.) Women in therapy: new
perspectives for a changing society.
NY: Brunner/Mazel, 1974.
Also in Hatcher, C. & Himelstein, P.

POLSTER, M.
"Gestalt approach. The case of Allen. Part III: Schizoid
personality."
In: Loew, C.A., Grayson, H. & Loew, G.H.
Three psychotherapists: a clinical comparison.
New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1975.

POLSTER, M.
"Interpretation is . . ."
VOICES
1977:13(2):7.

POLSTER, M.
"From San Diego: Part II."
THE GESTALT J.
1980:3(1):111.

POLSTER, M.
"The language of experience."
THE GESTALT J.
1981:4(1):19-28.

POLSTER, M.
"Star light, star bright, first star I see tonight."
In Resnick, R.W. & Yontef, G.M. (1984).

POLSTER, M.
"Gestalt therapy: Evolution and application.
In Zeig, J. (Ed.)
The evolution of psychotherapy
New York: Brunner/Mazel, (1987)

POLSTER, M.
"Eve's daughters: The forbidden heroism of women."
In Zeig, J. (Ed.)
The evolution of psychotherapy: The second conference.
New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1992

POLSTER, M.
Eve's daughters.
San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1992

PONCE, D.E.
"Buddhist constructs and psychotherapy."
INTERNATIONAL J. OF SOCIAL PSYCHIATRY
1982:28(2):83-90.

PONZO, Z.
"Integrating techniques from five counseling theories."
PERSONNEL & GUIDANCE J.
1976: 54: 415-419.

PORTELE, G.
"Max Wertheimer's `Produktives Denken,' Gestalttherapie und
`Selbstorganisation' [Max Wertheimer's `productive thinking,'
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GESTALT THEORY (Germany)
1984:6(1):42-54.

POTHIER, P.C. (with SAGAN, J.B.)
"The creative behavior teaching structure: A holistic approach
to therapy."
PERSPECTIVES IN PSYCHIATRIC CARE.
1969:7(3):127-33.

POWERS, H.P.
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PRASHANTHAN, B.J.
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1975:8:1-5.

PRATHER, H.
Notes to myself: My struggle to become a person.
Lafayette, CA.: Real People Press; 1970; NY: Bantam; 1976.

PRATT, V.
Coming alive: How mates help each other solve problems and find
freedom and intimacy: Gestalt therapy and other methods.
Green Twig Press, 1989, 171 pp.

PRAZIC, B.
"On the Gestalt therapy."
(In Yugoslavian)
NEUROPSIHIJATRIJA
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PREWITT-DIAZ, J.O.
An annotated bibliography of the gestalt methods, techniques, and
therapy.
Available from ERIC Document Reproduction Service, Alexandria,
VA, ED No. 222819, 22 pp.

PURINTON, M., HEALY, J., & WHITNEY, B.
"Layers of self - a group fantasy technique."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH & PRACTICE.
1974:11:83-6.

PURSGLOVE, P.D. (Ed.)
Recognitions in Gestalt therapy.
NY: Funk & Wagnalls; 1968.
Now out-of-print, this collection calls attention to some of the
more literary efforts at creative expression in Gestalt therapy.

RADFORD, J.
"What can we learn from Zen? A review and some speculations."
PSYCHOLOGIA
1976:19(2):57-66.

RAIMY, V.
"Gestalt therapists get in touch with their own feelings."
CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOLOGY.
1977:22:60-1.
Review of The growing edge of Gestalt therapy.

RAINWATER, J.
You're in charge.
Guild of Tutors Press; 1979.

RAINWATER, J.
"Psychosynthesis and the Gestalt Approach."
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RAM DASS
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Luttress, D., and Downing, J., eds.
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RAMING, H. & FREY, D.
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J. OF COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY.
1974:21(3):179-84.

RAMING, H.E., & FREY, D.H.
A cluster analysis of goals and processes in gestalt counseling:
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San Francisco: U. of California, 1976, unpub. ms.

RAPP, E.
"Gestalt art therapy in groups."
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RASMUSSEN, R.
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RAWLE, M.
"A review of Brown's Back to the Beanstalk and Rainwater's You're
in Charge."
THE GESTALT J.
1979:2(2):84-86.

REDDIN, L.
"Gestalt techniques applied in art classes."
PEOPLE WATCHING
1973:2(2):22-25.

RENEAR, M.
"Gestalt therapy and the sacramental experience."
JOURNAL OF PASTORAL CARE.
1976:30:3-15.

REPOSA, R.E.
"The social worker as professional advocate: An incomplete
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CLINICAL SOCIAL WORK J.
1974:2(2):135-41.

RESNICK, R.W.
"Chicken soup is poison."
VOICES.
1970:6:75-78. Also in Stephenson, F.D.;
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RESNICK, R.W.
Director of gestalt therapists.
Los Angeles: Author, 1972.

RESNICK, R.W.
"The sorcerer's apprentice and a school for sorcerers."
Gestalt Associates, Santa Monica, CA.
Amer. Psych. Assoc., 1974, paper.

RESNICK, R.W.
I do my thing and the new narcissism.
Talk given at the Fourth National Group Leaders Conference,
Chicago, April 1979.

RESNICK, R.W.
"Gestalt therapy east and west: Bi-coastal dialogue, debate or
debacle?"
THE GESTALT J.
1984:7(1):13-32.

RESNICK, R.W.
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RESNICK, R.W. & YONTEF, G.M., Eds.
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Gestalt therapy Institute of Los Angeles, 1984.

RESNICK, S.
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In Stevens, J.O.

RESNICK, S.
"Gestalt therapy: The hot seat of personal responsibility."
PSYCHOLOGY TODAY.
1974:8(6):111-7.

RESNIKOFF, R.O.
"Comparative therapies for an itch."
VOICES
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Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

REVERZY, C.
"Psychotherapies emotionnelles [Emotional psychotherapies]."
SOINS PSYCHIATR (France)
1982:26(Dec.):31-34.

RHINEHART, L., & ENGELHOR, P.
"Pre-image considerations as a therapeutic process."
ARTS IN PSYCHOTHERAPY
1982:9(1):55-63.

RHYNE, J.
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THE GROUP LEADER'S WORKSHOP.
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RHYNE, J.
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RHYNE, J.
The gestalt art experience.
Monterey, CA: Brooks/Cole, 1973.
Chicago: Magnolia Street Publishers, 1984

RHYNE, J.
"The gestalt approach to experience, art, and art therapy."
AMERICAN J. OF ART THERAPY.
1973:12:237-48. Also in Hatcher, C. & Himelstein, P.

RHYNE, J.
"Gestalt psychology/Gestalt therapy: Forms/contexts."
THE GESTALT J.
1980:3(1):76-84.

RHYNE, J.
"The therapeutic use of the gestalt art experience."
AMERICAN J. OF ART THERAPY.
1972:11.

RHYNE, J.
"Appreciation of Laura Perls."
THE GESTALT J.
1980:3(1):83-84.

RHYNE, J. & VICH, M.A.
"Psychological growth and the use of art materials: Small group
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J. OF HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY.
1976:7(2):163-70.
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NY: Free Press, 1969.

RICE, D.G.; GURMAN, A.S.; & RAZIN, A.M.
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J. OF NERVOUS & MENTAL DISEASE
1974:159(6):321-413.

RICHARDS, C.L.
An investigation of the therapeutic preferences of Jungian
personality types using relational-emotive, client-centered, and
Gestalt therapy.
San Diego: U.S. International U., 1982, 98 pp., diss.

RICHARDS, E.G.
The effects of deliberate psychological education and human
relations training on middle school teachers.
Doctoral dissertation, Kent State University, 1983.

RICHARDS, R.W.
The implications of Gestalt therapy for Christian ministry.
Colgate Rochester Divinity School/Bexley Hall/Crozer Theological
Seminary, 1976.

RICHERT, A.
"Differential prescription for psychotherapy on the basis of
client role preferences."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH & PRACTICE
1983:20(3):321-9.

RIDKER, C.
"Relating gestalt and communication."
Evanston, Ill.: Gestalt Institute of Chicago;
1972.

RIEBEL, L.
"Theory as self-portrait and the ideal of objectivity."
J. OF HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY
1982:22(2):91-110.

RIEBEL, L.
"A homeopathic model of psychotherapy."
J. OF HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY
1984:24(1):9-48.

RIEBEL, L.
"Paradoxical intention strategies: A review of rationales."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH & PRACTICE
1984:21(2):260-72.

RIHA, S.A.
"The unconscious and symbolic imagery."
1973: CA. School of Prof. Psych., L.A., CA.,
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RIVERA, M.A.
Sociological analysis of psychotherapy with an application to
Gestalt therapy.
Amherst: U. of Massachusetts, 1980, 193 pp., diss.

ROBERTS, G.F.,
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integration."
1976, U. of N. Colo., diss.

ROBERTSON, M.
"Some observations from an eclectic therapist."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH & PRACTICE
1979:16(1):18-21.

ROCHE, K. & WOLDT, A.L.
"Gestalt homeostasis theory of recovery from alcoholism."
Unpublished manuscript. Kent, OH: Kent State University, 1984.

RODEN, R.B.
"Two techniques for eliciting emotional arousal: An analogue
study of catharsis."
1985: University of Arizona, diss.

ROBINE, J.
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ROGERS, C.
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ROGERS, C.R., & STEVENS, B.
Person to person: The problem of being human: A new trend in
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Lafayette, CA: Real People Press, 1967, 276 pp.

ROGERS, M.
"Gestalt and the first-year teacher."
In Brown, G.I., ed., 63-67.

ROGERS, R.
"Role of retroflection in psychogenic pain: A treatment
perspective."
PSYCHOTHERAPY
1983:20(4):435-440.

ROGERS, R. & RIDKER, M.
"Dynamics of pathological aggression."
THE GESTALT J.
1981: 4 (1): 65-74.

RONALL, R.
"Intensive gestalt workshops: Experiences in community."
In Feder, B., and Ronall, R., eds., 179-211.

RONAN, N.J.
The contact boundary in Gestalt therapy: Some insights and
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New South Wales, Australia: U. of Wollongong, 1977, thesis.

ROSANES-BARRETT, M.B.
Do you really need eyeglasses?
NY: Hart; 1974.
An early American student of F. Perls writes on combining Gestalt
therapy with aspects of the Bates method of vision correction.

ROSANES-BARRETT, (Ed.)
Advanced Gestalt therapy
NY: The Center for Gestalt Therapy and Training, 1981.
Little Gestalt therapy in evidence here. What there is isn't
"advanced."

ROSANES-BARRETT, M.B.
"Gestalt therapy as an adjunct treatment for some visual
problems."
In Fagan, J. & Shepherd, I.

ROSEN, S. & KASSAN, M.
"Recent experiments with gestalt, encounter and hypnotic
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AMER. J. OF PSYCHOANALYSIS.
1972:32:90-105.

ROSENBAUM, M. & SNADOWSKY, A. (Eds.)
The intensive group experience.
NY: Free Press; 1976.
See B. Giges & E. Rosenfeld.

ROSENBERG, J.
"A Gestalt approach to thumb sucking."
ARIZONA STATE DENTAL J. 1972.

ROSENBERG, J.
"Gestalt awareness for apprehensive patients."
DENTAL SURVEY. 1971:48-55.

ROSENBERG, J.
"The human potential trip: Awareness training for
professionals."
CALIFORNIA DENTAL J. 1971:12.

ROSENBERG, J.
"The use of video tape feedback and facial message for
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CA. School of Professional Psych. S.F., 1971, diss.

ROSENBERG, J.L.
Total orgasm.
Berkeley: Random House-Bookworks, 1973.

ROSENBERG, J.L.
Unmasking the face and facing the mask: A gestalt approach to
facial therapy.
In Downing, J., ed., 138-61.

ROSENBERG, S.
"To shed respectability."
VOICES
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Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

ROSENBERG, S.
"In memoriam."
VOICES.
1970:6(2):8.

ROSENBERG, S.
"Fritz Perls."
In:
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NY: Oxford U. Press, 1978.

ROSENBERG, S.
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ROSENBERGER, C.C.
Influence of personal values and therapeutic school on the
therapeutic style of group therapists.
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ROSENBLATT, D.
Gestalt therapy primer.
NY: Harper & Row, 1975; Perennial, 1976.

ROSENBLATT, D.
Opening doors: What happens in Gestalt therapy.
NY: Harper & Row, 1975.
Highland, NY, The Gestalt Journal 1989
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ROSENBLATT, D.
Your life is a mess.
NY: Harper & Row, 1976.

ROSENBLATT, D.
"A festschrift for Laura Perls in celebration of her 75th
birthday."
THE GESTALT J.
1980:3(1):1-158.

ROSENBLATT, D.
"The dynamic process of support/contact."
THE GESTALT J.
1980:3(1):64-8.

ROSENBLATT, D.
"Introduction: This is Laura's book for her 75th birthday."
THE GESTALT J.
1980:3(1):5-15

ROSENBLATT, D.
"The drama of Gestalt therapy."
In: Schattner, G. & Courtney, R. (Eds.)
Drama in therapy
New York: Drama Book Specialists, 1981 (121-126).

ROSENBLATT, D.
"Similarity and differences between heterosexual and homosexual
relationships."
VOICES
Summer, 1982: 18 (2): 83-89.

ROSENBLATT, D.
"Beartrapping: The therapist as victim."
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ROSENBLATT, D.
"What's love got to do with it?"
THE GESTALT J.
1988:11(1):63-76

ROSENBLATT, D.
"An interview with Laura Perls."
THE GESTALT J.
1991:14(1):7-26

ROSENFELD, E.
The book of highs.
NY: Times Books, 1973.

ROSENFELD, E.
"An oral history of Gestalt therapy, part 1: A conversation with
Laura Perls."
THE GESTALT J.
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Also in:
An oral history of Gestalt therapy.
Highland, NY: The Center for Gestalt Development, 1982, 3-25.

ROSENFELD, E.
"A review of Smith's The Growing Edge of Gestalt therapy."
THE GESTALT J.
1978:1(1):126-127

ROSENFELD, E.
"Returning to the place where I was born."
THE GESTALT J.
1978:1(1):137.

ROSENFELD, E.
"An oral history of Gestalt therapy, part 2: A conversation with
Isadore From"
THE GESTALT J.
1978:1(2):7-27.
Also in:
An oral history of Gestalt therapy.
Highland, NY: The Center for Gestalt Development, 1982, 26-46.

ROSENFELD, E.
"A review of Marcus' Gestalt therapy and Beyond."
THE GESTALT J.
1979:2(2):83-84.

ROSENFELD, E.
"Laura Perls: Experiential, experimental, existential."
THE GESTALT J.
1980:3(1):52-53.

ROSENFELD, E.
"A review of Enright's Enlightening Gestalt."
THE GESTALT J.
1981:4(1):78-79.

ROSENFELD, E.
The gestalt bibliography
Highland, NY: The Gestalt Journal, 1981
The most complete as of 1981. All entries appear in this edition
of The Gestalt Bibliography

ROSENFELD, E., & GIGES, B.
"Personal growth, encounter, and self-awareness groups." In:
Rosenbaum, M. & Snadowsky, A.

ROSENZWEIG, R.
"A search for community."
VOICES
1971:7(4):18-22.

ROSNER, J.
Peeling the onion: Gestalt therapy and methodology.
Toronto: Gestalt Inst. of Toronto, 1989, 171 pp.

ROSS, D.
"Toward a theory of process psychotherapy."
FAMILY THERAPY
1975: 2 (3): 237-258.

ROSZAK, T.
The making of a counter culture.
NY: Doubleday; 1969.
Chapter VI: "Exploring utopia: the visionary sociology of Paul
Goodman" is of particular interest, showing Roszak's particular
understanding of Goodman's Gestalt therapy roots.

ROSZAK, T.
"The future as community."
THE NATION.
1968:206(16):497-503.
This article on Paul Goodman concludes with a discussion of the
implications of the gestalt view on community life.

ROSZAK, T.
"Exploring utopia: The visionary sociology of Paul Goodman."
In:
The making of a counter culture: Reflections on the technocratic
society and its youthful opposition.
Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1969, 178-204.

ROTH, H.
"1974." (Poem)
In Resnick, R.W. & Yontef, G.M. (1984).

ROTH, H.S.
"Only our perspectives vary."
VOICES
1977:13(1)
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

ROTH, M.C.
"Why I like Gestalt therapy as a whole."
PERSONNEL AND GUIDANCE J.
1973:51:336-9.

ROTHENBERG, D.
"Different now: If we want to be."
VOICES
1977:13(3)
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

ROWAN, J.
"Encounter group research: No joy?"
J. OF HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY
1975:15(2):19-28.

ROWAN, J.
The reality game: A guide to humanistic counseling and therapy.
London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1983, 197 pp.

ROY, D.E.
Toward a process therapy: An integration of perception and
concrescence from Whitehead with the self-modes and gestalt
formation from Gestalt therapy.
Claremont, CA: School of Theology at Claremont, 1978, diss.

RUBENFELD, I.
"The Alexander technique and Gestalt therapy."
In: Grayson, H.H. & Loew, C. (Eds.) Changing approaches to the
psychotherapies.
NY: Halsted, 1977.

RUBENFELD, I.
"Gestalt synergy."
In Herink, R., ed.
The psychotherapy handbook.
New York: New American Lib., 1980, 252-6.

RUBENFELD, I.
"Gestalt therapy and the bodymind: An overview of the Rubenfeld Synergy Method."
In Nevis, E. C. (Ed.)
Gestalt therapy: Perspectives and Appications
New York: Gardner Press (Gestalt Institute of Cleveland Press series)(1992)

RUDESTAM, K.E.
"Semantics and psychotherapy."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH & PRACTICE
1978:15(2):190-2.

RUDESTAM, K.E.
Experiential groups in theory and practice.
Monterey, CA: Brooks/Cole, 1982.

RUITENBEEK, H.M.
The new group therapies.
NY: Avon, 1970.

RUSH, A.K.
Getting clear.
NY: Random House, 1973.

RUSSEL, J.M.
"Other voices: Sartre, therapy, and expanding the concept of
responsibility."
THE AMERICAN J. OF PSYCHOANALYSIS
1978: 38: 259-269.

RYAN, B.
"The loss of self changes: Gestalt and Christian concepts of
rebirth."
J. OF RELIGION AND HEALTH.
1976:15:247-70.

RYBACK, D.
"The Fritz Perls mystique."
PSYCHOLOGY TODAY.
Sept., 1975; 75-6.
Review of Fritz by M. Shepard.

SABELTI, S.C.
"Attention: An integration concept in the theory and process of
three contemporary psychotherapies."
1975: Boston U. School of Educ., diss.

SAFAN, D.
"Breve introduccion a la terapia gestaltica de grupo."
REVISTA INTERAMERICANA DE PSYCOLOGIA
1969: 3 (3): 177-191.

SAFRAN, J. D. & GREENBERG, L.S. (Eds.)
Emotion, psychotherapy & change
New York: Guilford Press, 1991

SAGAN, E.
"Creative behavior."
EXPLORATIONS.
1965:4:8-15.

SAGAN, E.
"In the beginning."
Amer. Psych. Assoc., Wash., D.C. 1967, paper.

SAGAN, E.
"Gestalt Expressive Therapy"
Transcript of Audiotape
Salt Lake City: A A P Tape Library (undated)

SAGAN, E.
"I and thou with Fritz Perls"
Transcript of Audtiotape
Salt Lake City: A A P Tape Library (undated)

SAGAN, J.B.
"On founding a new profession: The creative teacher."
Amer. Psych. Assoc., Wash., D.C., 1967, paper.

SAHAKIAN, W.S.
Psychotherapy and counseling: Studies in technique.
Chicago: Rand McNally; 1968.

SAHAHKIAN, W.S. Ed.)
Psychology of personality: Readings in theory.
Chicago: Rand McNally, 1968.

SALMON, S.
"The relationship between a counselor training program in gestalt
self-awareness exercises and two measures of counseling
effectiveness."
1972: Indiana State U., diss.

SALONIA, G.
"Formare un terapeuta della gestalt: Presentazione di un
programma di training. Parte II."
QUADERNI DI GESTALT
1986: 2: 9-33.

SALONIA, G.
"Terapia familiare e terapia della gestalt: Intervista a Roy
Resnikoff."
QUADERNI DI GESTALT
1985: 1: 73-76.

SALONIA, G., ed.
"In ricordo di Jim Simkin: da un seminario di psicoterapia della
gestalt."
QUADERNI DI GESTALT
1985: 1: 99-107.

SALTMAN, M.
"New adventures through adult play."
Sausalito, CA. Unpub. ms.

SALZMAN, L.
"Will and the therapeutic process."
THE AMER. J. OF PSYCHOANALYSIS.
1974:34(4):277-90.

SANER, R.
"Cultural bias of Gestalt therapy: Made-in-U.S.A."
GESTALT THEORY
1984:6(2):158-70.
Also in:
THE GESTALT J.
1989: 12(2):57-71

SAPRIEL, L.
Gestalt therapy.
U. of South Carolina School of Social Work, 1971, unpub. ms.

SATIR, V.
Conjoint family therapy (revised ed.)
Palo Alto, CA.: Science & Behavior; 1964, 1967.

SATIR, V.
Peoplemaking.
Palo Alto, CA.: Science & Behavior; 1972.

SAVAGE, V.M.
Theory and practice of Gestalt therapy: A training model for
mental health professionals.
Greeley, CO: U. of Northern Colorado, 1979, 167 pp., diss.

SCANLON, P.I.
"A gestalt approach to insight-oriented treatment."
SOCIAL CASEWORK
1980:61(7):407-15.

SCHAEFFER, E.
"Psychotherapy in general practice: Gestalt therapy."
ZFA (Stuttgart).
20 NOV. 2979; 66(32):1847-51.

SCHALER, J.A.
"Elements in the way of the sword."
THE GESTALT J.
1979:2(1):71-7.

SCHALER, J.A.
"Taste factor in autonomous function."
THE GESTALT J.
1980:3(2):21-35.

SCHALER, J.A., & ROYAK-SCHALER, N.
Gestalt somatophysics.
Paper presented at The Gestalt Journal's 2nd Annual Conference on
the Theory and Practice of Gestalt Therapy, Boston, May 16-18,
1980.

SCHIFFMAN, M.
Self therapy: Techniques for personal growth.
Menlo Park, CA., 1967.

SCHIFFMAN, M.
Gestalt self therapy and further techniques for personal growth.
Menlo Park, CA.: Self Therapy Press, 1971.
Berkeley: Wingbow, 1971.

SCHIFFMAN, M.
"Techniques of gestalt self therapy."
In: Hatcher, C. & Himelstein, P.

SCHILLER, I.Z.
Present and centered language.
Doctoral dissertation. University of California at Santa
Barbara, 1972.

SCHLICHTER, J.
"Movement therapy."
In Pursglove, P.D., ed., 112-7.

SCHNACKE, A.
"Sonia, I'm sending you..."
THE GESTALT JOURNAL:14(2):7-25

SCHNAKE, S.A.
"Transferencia y contratransferencia en terapia guestaltica
[Transference and countertransference in Gestalt therapy]."
ACTA PSIQUIATRICA Y PSICOLOGICA DE AMERICA LATINA
1981:27(4-5):304-10.

SCHOEN, S.
"The self as the personal present."
1970: unpub. ms.

SCHOEN, S.
"One view of Gestalt therapy: An evening discussion with
trainees."
In Downing, J., ed., 75-90.

SCHOEN, S.
"Gestalt therapy and the teachings of Buddhism."
THE GESTALT J.
1978:1(1):103-15.

SCHOEN, S.
"The craft of therapy."
THE GESTALT J.
1979:2(2):73-82.
A "review with commentary" of Change by Paul Watzlawick, John
Weakland, and Richard Fisch, and The Language of Change by Paul
Watzlawick.

SCHOEN, S.
"Gestalt therapy and buddhist teaching."
In Seymour Boorstein Ed.) Transpersonal Psychotherapy; Palo Alto,
CA.: Science & Behavior Books; 1981.

SCHOEN, S.
"Gregory Bateson: In remembrance."
THE GESTALT J.
1981: 4 (2): 3-12.

SCHOEN, S.
"A review of Edwards' Existential Psychotherapy."
THE GESTALT J.
1983:6(1):91-98.

SCHOEN, S.
"A note on gestalt responsibility and Buddhist non-attachment."
THE GESTALT J.
1984:7(2):70-75.

SCHOEN, S.
Presence of Mind: Literary and Philosophical Roots of a Wise Psychotherapy.
Highland, NY; The Gestalt Journal Press, 1994

SCHOENWOLF, G.F.
Sisyphus in sunlight: A psychoanalytic novel about liberation.
Cincinnati: Union for Experimenting Colleges and Universities,
1981, 228 pp., diss.

SCHRAG, F.
"Learning what one feels and enlarging the range of one's
feelings."
EDUCATIONAL THEORY
1972:22(4):382-94.

SCHROEDER, D.H. & BLOOM, L.J.
"Attraction to therapy and therapist credibility as a function of
therapy orientation."
J. OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY.
1979:35(3):682-6.

SCHULTZ, D.P.
Growth psychology: Models of the healthy personality.
NY: Van Nostrand-Reinhold, 1977.
See especially the chapter entitled: "The 'here and now' person:
Perls model."

SCHUSTER, R.
"Towards a synthesis of Eastern psychology and Western
psychotherapy."
PSYCHOLOGY
1977:14(1):3-13.

SCHUTZ, W.C.
Joy: Expanding human awareness.
NY: Grove Press, 1967; Ballantine, 1973.

SCHUTZ, W.C.
Here comes everybody.
NY: Harper & Row, 1971.

SCHUTZ, W.C.
Elements of encounter.
NY: Bantam, 1975; Big Sur, CA.: Joy Press, 1973.

SCHUTZ, W.C.
"Not encounter and certainly not facts."
THE J. OF HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY
1975:15(2):7-18.

SCHWARTZ, A.J.
Life force-death force
New York: Vantage Press, 1988

SCHWARTZ, L.
"Event at Big Sur."
VOICES
1972:8(1)

SCHWARTZ, L.J.
"Treatment of the adolescent psychopath - theory and case
report."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH AND PRACTICE
1967: 4 (3): 133-137.

SCHWARTZ, R. & SCHWARTZ, L.J.
"Psychotherapy with patients with acting out disorders."
in The Theory and Practice of Psychotherapy with Specific
Disorders; edited by Max Hammer;
Springfield, IL.: C.C. Thomas; 1972.

SCILLIGO, P.
"In memory of Jim Simkin: August 5, 1984."
In Resnick, R.W. & Yontef, G.M. (1984).

SEBBEN J.
"Some effects of Gestalt therapy on moral development."
1974: Boston U., diss.

SELTZER, L.F.
"The role of paradox in gestalt theory and technique."
THE GESTALT J.
1984:7(2):31-42.

SENDRAL, R.H.
"Anxiety and gestalt formation."
U.S. International Univ. 1976: diss.

SERLIN, L.
"Portrait of Karen: A gestalt-phenomenological approach to
movement therapy."
J. OF CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOTHERAPY.
1977:8:145-53.

SELTZER, L.F.
"The role of paradox in gestalt theory and technique."
THE GESTALT J.
1984:7(2):31-42.

SEROK, S.
Haadam umloho - haetgar.
(Book in Hebrew. Free translation: The human fulfillment - A
challenge.)

SEROK, S.
"A Gestalt therapy approach to the treatment of schizophrenics."
PSYCHIATRIC FORUM
Summer/Fall 1982: 2 (1): 38-44.

SEROK, S.
"Gestalt therapy with psychotic patients."
THE GESTALT J.
Fall 1982: 5 (2): 45-55.

SEROK, S.
"Gestalt therapy with hospitalized adolescents."
J. OF ADOLESCENCE
May 1982: 5: 307-317.

SEROK, S.
"Implications of Gestalt therapy with post traumatic patients."
THE GESTALT J.
1985:8(1):78-89.

SEROK, S.
"A theoretical model for application of gestalt to immigrant
absorption in Israel."
J. OF PSYCHOLOGY AND JUDAISM
1985: 1

SEROK, S.
"Applications of Gestalt therapy in group work with the aged."
CLINICAL GERONTOLOGIST
1986:5(3-4):231-4.

SEROK, S. & BAR, R.
"Looking at gestalt group impact: An experiment."
SMALL GROUP BEHAVIOR
May 1984: 15 (2): 270-277.

SEROK, S. & LEVI, N.
"Gestalt therapy with long-term prison inmates in Israel."
THE GESTALT J.
1993:16(1):105-128.

SEROK, S., RABIN, D. & SPITZ, Y.
"Intensive Gestalt group therapy with schizophrenics."
INTERNATIONAL J. OF GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY
1984:34,3:431-450

SEROK, S. & RIVKA, Z.
"An experiment of gestalt group therapy with hospitalized
schizophrenics."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH & PRACTICE
Winter 1983: 20 (4): 417-24.

SETHI, A.S.
"Stress coping."
CANADIAN J. OF PUBLIC HEALTH
1982:73(4):267-71.

SHAFFER, J.B.
"Exploring contact boundaries."
VOICES.
1972:8(2):
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

SHAFFER, J.E. & GALINSKY, M.D.
"The Gestalt therapy workshop." In:
Models of group therapy and sensitivity training.
Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall, 1974.

SHAFER, J.B., & GALINSKY, M.D.
"Integration and perspectives."
In:
Models of group therapy and sensitivity.
Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1974, 265-96.

SHAHID, M.S.
Gestalt therapy for sexual awareness.
Vermillion: U. of South Dakota, 1978, 131 pp., diss.

SHALLCROSS, D.J.
"Stryker, gestalt, and Land: A three-dimensional model toward
self-understanding and acceptance and developing creative
potential."
J. OF CREATIVE BEHAVIOR
1981:15(3):151-7.

SHANE, P.
"Paul Goodman in Hell."
THE GESTALT J
1994:17(1):3370

SHAPIRO, E.
"Gestalt, yes; establishment, no."
VOICES
1982:18(2)

SHAW, M.L.G., & MC KNIGHT, C.
"ARGUE: A program to explore intrapersonal personalities."
In Shaw, M.L.G., ed.
Recent advances in personal construct technology.
London: Academic, 1981, 125-34.

SHELDON, C.
"Origins and current methods of training in the Gestalt Institute
of S.F."
1974: Amer. Psych. Assoc., paper.

SHELDON, C.
"Then & there, which is very much now."
In Resnick, R.W. & Yontef, G.M. (1984).

SHELTON, J.L. & ACKERMAN, J.M.
Homework in counseling and psychotherapy: Examples of systematic
assignments for therapeutic use by mental health professionals.
Springfield, Ill.: C.C. Thomas; 1974.

SHEPARD, M.
Fritz: An intimate portrait of Fritz Perls and Gestalt therapy.
NY: Saturday Review Press, 1975; Bantam, 1976; Second Chance,
1980.

SHEPHERD, I.
"Actualization of the gestalt approach in a graduate training
program."
Amer. Psych. Assoc., 1974, paper; Georgia. State U.

SHEPHERD, I.
"Gestalt therapy as an open-ended system."
In: Smith, E.W.L.

SHEPHERD, I.
"Limitations and cautions in the gestalt approach."
In: Fagan, J. & Shepherd, I.; also in: Hatcher, C. & Himelstein,
P.

SHEPHERD, I.L.
"Teaching therapy through the lives of the masters: A personal
statement."
VOICES
1971:7(1)
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

SHEPHERD, I.L.
"I think that I was born alone."
VOICES
1972:8(1):39.

SHEPHERD, I.L.
"Intimacy in psychotherapy."
VOICES
1979:15(1)
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

SHERRILL, R., Jr.
"Figure/ground: Gestalt therapy/gestalt psychology relationships,
with some neurological implications."
Union Graduate School, August, 1974, unpub. diss.
This is the best exposition done to date on the relationship(s)
between gestalt psychology and Gestalt therapy. Available on
microfilm from University Microfilms in Ann Arbor, MI.

SHERRILL, R., Jr.
"Gestalt therapy and Gestalt psychology."
In Resnick, R.W. & Yontef, G.M. (1984).
Based on Sherrill's 1974 doctoral dissertation, listed above.

SHERRILL, R., Jr.
"Gestalt therapy and Gestalt psychology."
THE GESTALT J.
1986:9(2):53-66
Edited (and improved) version of above article from Resnick &
Yontef.

SHERTZER, B., & STONE, S.C.
"Gestalt therapy."
In:
Fundamentals of counseling, 3d ed.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1980, 225-31.

SHIFLET, J.M. & BROWN, G.I.
Confluent education: Attitudinal and behavioral consequences of
confluent teacher training.
La Jolla, CA.: Psychology and Consulting Associates. 1972, 1978.

SHOSTROM, E.L.
Freedom to be: Experiencing and expressing your total being.
Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall; 1972; NY: Bantam; 1974.
Shostrom's follow-up to Man the manipulator ends with the
citation of Richard Nixon as the prime example of the
self-actualizing individual.

SHOSTROM, E.L.
Personal orientation inventory: An inventory for the measurement
of self-actualization.
San Diego: Educational & Industrial Testing Services, 1966.

SHOSTROM, E.L.
Manual for the caring relationship inventory.
San Diego: Educational & Industrial Testing Services, 1966.

SHOSTROM, E.L.
Man, the manipulator: The inner journey from manipulation to
actualization.
Nashville, TN: Abingdon, 1967; NY: Bantam, 1968.

SHOSTROM, E.L.
Manual for the personal orientation inventory.
San Diego: Educational & Industrial Testing Services, 1968.

SHOSTROM, E.L.
"Manipulation, guilt, and self-actualization."
HUMANITIES
1969:5(2):183-203.

SHOSTROM, E.L.
"Group therapy: Let the buyer beware."
PSYCHOLOGY TODAY. 1969:2(12):36-40.

SHOSTROM, E.L.
"Magnificent men."
In Freedom to be.

SHOSTROM, E.L., & RILEY, CLARA, M.D.
"Parametric analysis of psychotherapy."
J. OF CONSULTING & CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
1968:32(6):628-32.

SHUB, N.
"A to Z."
VOICES
1979:15(3)

SHUB, N.
"Psychotherapy in the classroom."
THE GESTALT J.
1981:4(1):47-56.

SHUB, N.
"Gestalt therapy over time: Integrating difficulty with diagnosis."
In Nevis, E. C. (Ed.)
Gestalt therapy: Perspectives and Appications
New York: Gardner Press (Gestalt Institute of Cleveland Press series)(1992)

SHUGER, D.H.
Clients of Gestalt and traditional therapies: Personal styles,
values and experiential modalities.
Berkeley: Wright Inst., 1977, 177 pp., diss.

SHUGER, D. & BEBOUT, J.
"Contrasts in Gestalt and Analytic therapy."
J. OF HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY
1980:20(3):21-40.

SIDEROFF, S.I.
"Use of Gestalt therapy within a drug treatment program."
J. OF DRUG EDUCATION
1979:9(4):349-57.

SIEMENS, H.
"`Gestalt' therapy in blushing and sweating."
ACTA NEUROCHIRURGICA
1985:74(3-4):154-5.

SIEMENS, H.
"Presentation on a Gestalt approach in the care of persons with HIV."
THE GESTALT J.
1993:16(1):91-104

SILVERSTEIN, C.
"The helpless `me' in me the helpless therapist."
VOICES
1971:7(3)

SIMKIN, A.N.
"To Jim from Anne."
In Resnick, R.W. & Yontef, G.M. (1984)

SIMKIN, A.N.
"The Simkin Training Center in Gestalt therapy: How it was for
me."
VOICES
1985:21(2):82-87.

SIMKIN, J.S.
"Contributions."
In Buhler, C., ed.
Values in psychotherapy.
New York: Free Press, 1962, 21-22.

SIMKIN, J.S.
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SIMKIN, J.S. (Ed.)
Festschrift for Fritz Perls.
1968: L.A., CA.

SIMKIN, J.S.
"Mary: A session with a passive patient."
In Fagan, J., and Shepherd, I.L., eds.

SIMKIN, J.S.
"The use of dreams in Gestalt therapy."
In: Sager, R.J. & Kaplan, H.S., eds.
Progress in group and family therapy.
New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1972, 95-104.

SIMKIN, J.S.
"An introduction to Gestalt therapy."
In Jurjevich, R-R. M., ed.
Direct psychotherapy: 28 American originals, vol. 1.
Coral Gables: U. of Miami, 1973, 423-32.
Also in Stephenson, F.D., ed., and in Brown, G.I., ed.

SIMKIN, J.S.
Mini-lectures in Gestalt therapy.
Albany, CA.: Word Press, 1974.

SIMKIN, J.S.
"Gestalt therapy."
In:
Bannister, D. Ed.
Issues and approaches in the psychological
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Also in Corsini, R.J., ed.

SIMKIN, J.S.
"Gestalt therapy in groups." In:
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Springfield, Ill., C.C. Thomas, 1975 (2d ed.), 1982 (3d ed.).

SIMKIN, J.S.
Gestalt therapy mini-lectures, rev. ed.
Levitsky, A., and Snyder, Z., eds.
Millbrae, CA: Celestial Arts, 1976, 124 pp.
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SIMKIN, J.S.
"Retrospections on Gestalt therapy."
VOICES. 1976:11:9-11.

SIMKIN, J.S.
"Gestalt therapy and the Psychological Abstracts"
AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGIST. July, 1978, 705.

SIMKIN, J.S.
"Response."
VOICES
1978:14(3):47.

SIMKIN, J.S.
"An introduction to Gestalt therapy."
Gestalt Institute of Cleveland, paper #6.

SIMKIN, J.S.
"Training gestalt therapists."
THE GESTALT J.
1980:3(1):144-51.

SIMKIN, J.S.
"The development of Gestalt therapy."
In:
Hatcher, C. & Himelstein, P.

SIMKIN, J. S.
"Gestalt Dream Work"
Transcript of Audiotape
Salt Lake City: A A P Tape Library (undated)

SIMKIN, J. S.
"Individual Gestalt Therapy: Interview with Dr. Frederick Perls
Transcript of Audiotape
Salt Lake City: A A P Tape Library (undated)

SIMKIN, J.S. & YONTEF, G.M.
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Revision in 4th Ed, 1989

SINGER. D., et. al.
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J. OF APPLIED BEHAVIOR SCIENCE
1975:2:137-176

SITTON, L.R.
Gestalt: An annotated bibliography.
Hattiesburg: U. of Southern Mississippi, 29 pp.

SKOLNIK, T.
"What do we call survival.?
THE GESTALT J.
1987:10(2):5-26

SKOLNIK, T.
"Boundaries, boundaries, boundaries."
THE GESTALT J.
1990:13(1):55-68

SKOLNIK, T.
"The value of time at the boundary."
THE GESTALT J.
1990:13(2):43-62

SLUCKIN, A.; WELLER, A.; & HIGHTON, J.
"Recovering from trauma: Gestalt therapy with an abused child."
MALADJUSTMENT & THERAPEUTIC EDUCATION
1989:7(3):147-57.

SMITH, A.
Powers of mind.
New York: Random House, 1975, 418 pp.

SMITH, A.H.
"Encountering the family system in school-related behavior
problems."
PSYCHOLOGY IN THE SCHOOLS
1978: 15: 379-386.

SMITH, A.H., Jr.
"Notes on the hubris factor in psychotherapy."
VOICES
1978:14(3)

SMITH, E.W.L.
"Personality growth through the presentification of personal
symbols."
INTNL. J. OF SYMBOLOGY.
1972: 3 (2): 1-3.

SMITH, E.W.L.
"Altered states of consciousness in Gestalt therapy."
J. OF CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOTHERAPY.
1975: 7 (1): 35-40.

SMITH, E.W.L.
"The role of Reichian theory in the development of Gestalt
therapy.
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH & PRACTICE.
1975: 12 (3): 268-72.

SMITH, E.W.L. Ed.)
The growing edge of Gestalt therapy.
NY: Brunner/Mazel, 1976.
Secaucus, NJ: Citadel, 1977.
A good collection of papers dealing with Gestalt therapy with
particular emphasis on Eastern religious and meditative practice.

SMITH, E.W.L.
"The roots of Gestalt therapy." In: Smith, E.W.L.

SMITH, E.W.L.
"Personal growth and social influence."
VOICES
1977:13(1)
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

SMITH, E.W.L.
"The impasse phenomenon: A Gestalt therapy experience involving
an altered state of consciousness."
THE GESTALT J.
1978:1(1):88-93.

SMITH, E.W.L.
"Comment" (on L. Perls's article)
VOICES
1978: 14 (3): 36-37.

SMITH, E.W.L.
"Response to Monroe and Gloria Behar Gottsegen."
VOICES
1978: 14 (3): 44-47.

SMITH, E.W.L.
"Anxiety: The perverse traveling companion."
VOICES
1979: 15 (1): 27-29.
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

SMITH, E.W.L.
"Seven decision points."
VOICES
1979: 15 (3): 45-50.
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

SMITH, E.W.L.
"When is it wise for the therapist to give information about his
or her own life and ideals to the patient?"
VOICES
1981:17(2)
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

SMITH, E.W.L.
"Intervision."
VOICES
1982: 18 (2): 90-92.

SMITH, E.W.L.
"Comment" (on John Gagnon's article)
VOICES
1983: 19 (1): 61-62.

SMITH, E.W.L.
"Helping the ailing colleague."
VOICES
1983:19(1)

SMITH, E.W.L.
"More on the holistic health movement and psychotherapy."
GEORGIA PSYCHOLOGIST
1983: 36 (3): 4-7.

SMITH, E.W.L.
"On anxiety, functions, and re-functions."
VOICES
1985:20(4)

SMITH, E.W.L.
The body in psychotherapy.
Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1985.

SMITH, E.W.L.
"Retroflection: The forms of non-enactment."
THE GESTALT J.
1986:9(1):36-54

SMITH, E.W.L.
Sexual aliveness.
Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1987, 126 pp.

SMITH, E.W.L.
"Self-interruptions in the rhythm of contact and withdrawal."
THE GESTALT J.
1988:11(2):37-58

SMITH, E.W.L.
"Gestalt, a Dionysian path."
THE GESTALT JOURNAL:14(2):61-69

SMITH, E.W.L. (Ed.)
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corp., 1992

SMITH, G.G.
The effects on inkblot barrier scores of different levels of body
awareness during body stimulation exercises.
Gainesville: U. of Florida, 1977, 139 pp., diss.

SMITH, K.Z.
Comparison of image and image/gestalt techniques in stress and
pain reduction.
Berkeley: Wright Inst., 1981, 135 pp., diss.

SMITH, M.L., & GLASS, G.V.
"Meta-analysis of psychotherapy outcome studies."
AMER. PSYCHOLOGIST
1977:32(9):752-60.

SMRTIC, J.D.
"Time to remove our theoretical blinders: Integrity therapy may
be the right way."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH & PRACTICE
1979:16(2):185-9.

SMUTS, J.C.
Holism and evolution.
NY: Viking, 1961.
Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1973.
General Smuts was a popular politician and thinker in South
Africa when the Perls lived there during WWII. F. Perls was
influenced by Smuts ideas and discusses some in Ego, Hunger and
Aggression. This book is the best available introduction to
Smuts' thinking.

SNYDER, J.J.
"An experience in self-applied Gestalt therapy."
In: Stephenson, F.D.

SOBEL, H.J.
Preferences for types of therapeutic interventions and related
personality dimensions.
Boston: Boston College, 1977, 244 pp., diss.

SOBEL, H.J.
"Preferences for behavioral, analytic and gestalt psychotherapy."
BRITISH J. OF MEDICAL PSYCHOLOGY.
1979:52(3):263-9.

SOBEL, H.J. & O'BRIEN, B.A.
"Expectations for counseling success."
J. OF COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY.
1979:26:462-4.

SOMMER, L.
Manual for conducting classes and workshops using a gestalt
orientation.
Gestalt Institute of St. Louis, 1978.
NY: Grune & Stratton; 1950, 1964.

SONNEMANN, U.
Existence and therapy: An introduction to phenomenological
psychology and existential analysis.
New York: Grune & Stratton, 1954, 372 pp.

SORENSEN, L. & JORGENSEN, E.F.
"Gestaltterapi med indlagte schizofrene patienter
NORDISK PSYKOLOGI
1980: 32 (1): 1-25.

SOUTHWORTH, J.A.
"Gestalt therapy: potpourri."
CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOLOGY.
1977:22:669.
Review of handbook of Gestalt therapy edited by C. Hatcher & P.
Himelstein.

SOUTHWORTH, J.S.
"Improvisation for nonmusicians: A workshop approach."
J. OF CREATIVE BEHAVIOR
1983:17(3):195-205.

SPARKS, A.
"Radical therapy: A Gestalt perspective.
1979: unpublished manuscript.

SPEETH, K.
"Frederick Perls' Gestalt therapy." In:
K. Speeth, Ed. Introductory psychology;
San Rafael, CA. Individual Learning Systems,
1971.
Speeth worked closely with Naranjo, C. (q.v. and has since
written extensively on the Gurdjieff work.)

SPEETH, K.
"On psychotherapeutic attention."
J. OF TRANSPERSONAL PSYCHOLOGY
1982:14(2):141-60.

SPEETH, K.
The essential psychotherapies: Theory and practice by the
masters.
New York: New Amer. Lib., 1987, 308 pp.

SPERLING, E.
"[The relevance of Gestalt, primal, and family therapy for
psychoanalysis.]"
ZEITSCHRIFT FUR PSYCHOSOMATISCHE MEDIZEN UND PSYCHOANALYSE
(Germany)
1978:24(2):169-79.

SPIEGEL, J.P.
"Cultural aspects of psychoanalysis and the alternative
therapies."
J. OF THE AMER. ACADEMY OF PSYCHOANALYSIS
1983:11(3):331-52.

SPIEGELBERG, H.
Phenomenology in psychology and psychiatry: A historical
introduction.
Evanston, Ill.: Northwestern U. Press; 1972.

SPILLMAN, C.W.
An historical analysis of the published works of Fritz Perls.
U. of North Texas, 1989, 217 pp., thesis.

SPIRA, J.B.
"Confluent education for the emotionally handicapped."
In Brown, G.I., ed., 184-9.

SPITZER, R.S.
"Fritz Perls."
In:
Tidings of comfort and joy.
Palo Alto, CA: Science & Behavior Books, 1975, 131-3.

SPRAGUE, D.S.
"Gestalt therapy's potential for harm."
AMER. J. OF PSYCHIATRY
1974:131(11):1291-2.

SPRING, D.
"Bridging through imagery: An integration of the selves through
art therapy, a visual dialog."
In Klinger, E., ed.
Imagery, vol. 2: Concepts, results, and applications.
New York: Plenum, 1981, 357-69.

STAEMMLER, F-M.
Arbiet und Mut - Uber Nahe, Kontakt und Sexualitat (Work and
Courage - On Closeness, Contact and Sexuality).
Wurzburg, PBZ-Publikationen, 1/1985.

STAEMMLER, F-M.
Wer spricht? - Sinn und Blodsinn des 'leeren Stuhls' in der
Gestalttherapie (Who is speaking? - Sense and Nonsense of the
'empty chair' in Gestalt Therapy).
PBZ-Publikationen, 2/1986.

STAEMMLER, F-M.
Jenseit von Wortern un Zeit - Uber Inhalt und Prozeb in der
Gestalttherapie (Beyond Words and Time - About Content and
Process in Gestalt Therapy).
Wurzburg, PBZ-Publikationen, 4/1987.

STAEMMLER, F-M.
Was ist was? - Das Vokablular der Gestalttherapie (What is waht?
- The Vocabulary of Gestalt Therapy).
Wurzburg, PBZ-Publikationen, 5/1987.

STAEMMLER, F-M.
Die neue Gestalttherapie / The New Gestalt Therapy - Eine
Einfuhrung fur Neugieriege / An Introduction for the Curious
Reader.
Wurzburg, PBZ-Publikationen 6/1987.

STAEMMLER, F-M.
Schritt fur Schritt - Drei kommtentierte gestalttherapeutisch
Sitzugen (Step by Step - Three Annotated Gestalt Therapy
Sessions).
Wurzburg, PBZ-Publikationen, 7/1988.

STAEMMLER, F-M
"On Layers and Phases: A Message from Overseas."
THE GESTALT J.
1994:17(1):5-31

STAEMMLER, F-M. & BOCK, W.
Neuentwurf der Gestalttherapie - Ganzheitlich Veranderung im
therapeutischen Prozeb (A new Conception of Gestalt Therapy -
Holistic transformation within the therapeutic process).
Munchen: Pfeiffer, 1987.

STALLONE, J.A.
"Gestalt psychotherapy, zen buddhism and transcendental
meditation."
IN: Smith, E.W.L.

STANLEY, C.S. & COOKER, P.G.
"Gestalt therapy and core conditions of communications
facilitation: a synergistic approach." In:
Smith, E.W.L.

STARAK, Y.
"Rosnerian gestalt: Reconceptualizing Gestalt therapy?"
Paper presented at 5th Australian Conference on Family Therapy,
Canberra, 1984. (Unpublished, available from author.)

STEGGLES, S., HOLLAND, C. & FEHR, R.
"Gestalt therapy and eastern philosophies: A partially annotated
bibliography."
J. OF HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY
Spring 1983: 23 (2): 119-128.

STEIN, J.A.
The therapeutic effects of awareness on anxiety disorders.
University Park: Pennsylvania State U., 1984, 152 pp., diss.

STEPHENS, M.
"Children of the universe."
In Brown, G.I., ed., 221-30.

STEPHENSON, F.D. Ed.)
Gestalt therapy primer: introductory readings in Gestalt therapy.
Springfield, Ill.: C.C. Thomas, 1975.
New York: Jason Aronson, 1978.
Not recommended: expensive and redundant.

STERN, E.M. (Ed.)
Keeping the flame: Laura Perls and Gestalt therapy. (Special
issue.)
VOICES
Summer, 1982: 18 (2).

STERN, E.M.
"Laura: Untrapping the light of darkness."
VOICES
Summer, 1982: 18 (2): 2-4.

STERN, E.M.
"A trialogue between Laura Perls, Richard Kitzler, and E. Mark
Stern."
1982:18(2):5-22.
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

STERN, E.M., & LATHROP, D.
"Dreams: Contact and Contact Boundaries (An interview with Isadore From:
VOICES
1978:14(1)
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

STEVENS, B.
Don't push the river.
Lafayette, CA., Real People Press, 1970.

STEVENS, B.
"Body work."
IN: Stevens, J. O.

STEVENS, B.
"Voids, voids, voids, -- nodding."
IN: Stevens, J.O.

STEVENS, B.
"Reflections on unparenting."
VOICES
1976-1977:12(4)
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

STEVENS, B.
"Gestalt and neuro-linguistic programming."
THE GESTALT J.
1978:1(2):89-91.

STEVENS, J.O.
Awareness: Exploring, experimenting, experiencing.
Lafayette, CA., Real People Press, 1971. NY: Bantam, 1973.

STEVENS, J.O. Ed.)
Gestalt is.
Moab, Utah, Real People Press, 1975, NY: Bantam.

STEVENS, J.O.
"Hypnosis, intention and weakfulness."
"Engagement and attachment."
"Support and balance."
All in Stevens, J.O.

STEVENS, J.O.
"Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP and gestalt.)"
THE GESTALT J.
1978:1(2):84-88.

STEVENS, J.O.
"Gestalt therapy."
In Herink, R., ed.
The psychotherapy handbook.
New York: New Amer. Lib., 1980, 247-52.

STEWART, B.
"The relating of therapist and client in Gestalt therapy, with
special reference to Simkin and Buber."
In Resnick, R.W. & Yontef, G.M. (1984).

STEWART, E.V.
A study of sex-role stereotyping in psychotherapy with women as a
function of therapeutic orientation and sex of therapist.
Los Angeles: California School of Professional Psychology, 1976,
209 pp., diss.

STEWART, R.D.
"The philosophical background of Gestalt therapy."
THE COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGIST.
1974:4(4):13-5.

STILES, W.B.
"Verbal response modes and psychotherapeutic technique."
PSYCHIATRY.
1979:42(1):49-62.

STIRLING, E.C.
"Laura: A glimpse."
VOICES
1982:18(2)

STOEHR, T.
"Paul Goodman and the political dimensions of Gestalt therapy."
THE GESTALT J.
1993:16(1):55-90.

STONE, A.A.
"Play: the 'now' therapy."
PSYCHIATRIC AND SOCIAL SCIENCE REVIEW.
1971:5(2):12-6.
Review of Gestalt therapy now edited by J. Fagan and I. Shepherd.

STOTEN, J., & GOOS, W.
"Three psychotherapies examined: Ellis, Rogers, Perls.:
ALBERTA J. OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH
1974:20(2):103-15.

STRASSER, F.
The relatationship between Gestalt therapy and Alexander
technique.
Antioch U., 1989, 82 pp., thesis.

STRATFORD, C.D. & BRALLIER, L.W.
"Gestalt therapy with profoundly disturbed persons."
THE GESTALT J.
1979:2(1):90-103.

STRATFORD, C.D.
"Gestalt thinking and the therapeutic milieu."
In Nevis, E. C. (Ed.)
Gestalt therapy: Perspectives and Appications
New York: Gardner Press (Gestalt Institute of Cleveland Press series)(1992)

STRAUSS, A.R.
A critical study of Freud's concept of unconscious mental
processes with special reference to Gestalt psychology.
Smithtown, NY: Exposition, 1980, 160 pp.

STROUD, R.M. Jr.
A gestalt approach to three novels of alienation: Kafka's `Das
Schloss,' Beckett's `Watt,' and Camus's `L'Etranger.'"
Hattiesburg: U. of Southern Mississippi, 1980, 164 pp., diss.

STRUPP, H.H.
"Therapist evaluation of two demonstration interviews."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH & PRACTICE.
1968:5(3):137-41.

STRUPP, H.H.
"The paradox of safe emergency."
THE GESTALT J.
1982:5(2):57-64.

STRUPP, H.H.
Gestalt experiential training: A multimedia training program in
gestalt helping skills. (Videotape.)

STRUPP, H.H., & BLACKWOOD, G.L. Jr.
"Recent methods of psychotherapy."
In Kaplan, H.I., and Sadock, B.J., eds.
Comprehensive textbook of psychiatry/IV, vol. 2, 4th ed.
Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1985, 1450-60.

STRUPP, H.H., & SWANSON, J.L.
"The morality of conscience and the morality of the organism:
Valuing from the gestalt point of view."
THE GESTALT J.
1980:3(2):71-85.

SWANSON, J.L.
"The morality of conscience and the morality of the organism:
valuing from the gestalt point of view."
THE GESTALT J.
1980:3(2):71-85.

SWANSON, J.L.
"The paradox of the safe emergency."
THE GESTALT J.
1982:5(2):57-66.

SWANSON, J.L.
"Boundary Processes and boundary states."
THE GESTALT J.
1988:11(2):5-24

SWANSON, J.L.
"In response: Another look at revising Gestalt boundary theory."
THE GESTALT J.
1989:12(1):69-80

SWANSON, J.L.
"A Review of BODY PROCESS."
THE GESTALT J.
1990:13(2):105-109

SWENSEN, C.H.
"Review of Recognitions in Gestalt therapy edited by P.D.
Pursglove."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH & PRACTICE.
1969:6:144.

SZAFRANSKI, B.
"An interview with Herbert Gold."
FAMILY THERAPY
1982:9(1):61-67.

TALBOT, L.
The effectiveness of the gestalt two-chair counseling techniques
in reducing paper presentation anxiety.
Kansas: Emporia State U., 1989, thesis.

TALMAN, D. H.
Heartsearch: Toward healing lupus.
Berkeley: North Atlantic Books, 1991

TATELBAUM, J.
The courage to grieve.
NY: Lippencott & Crowell, 1980.

TATELBAUM, J.
"To Jim, with love."
In Resnick, R.W. & Yontef, G.M. (1984).

TATELBAUM, J.
You don't have to suffer.
New York: Lippencott & Crowell, 1989

TAYLOR, D.A.
The gestalt inventory and research in Gestalt therapy.
Fresno: California School of Professional Psychology, 1977.

TAYLOR, D.A.
The gestalt inventory: Multivariate research on Perls' gestalt
theory of personality.
Fresno: California School of Professional Psychology, 1979, 144
pp., diss.

TAYLOR, W.R.
"Babel maneuvers."
VOICES
1980:16(2)
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

TEEGEN, F. FRASSA, M. & HONIGER, S.
"Merkmale des therapeutenund klientenverhaltens bei
gestaltterapeutischen kontakten [Characteristics of therapist and
client behavior in Gestalt therapy sessions]."
ZEITSCHRIFT FUR KLINISCHE PSYCHOLOGIE
1979: 8 (2): 148-155.

TEMPLETON, R.L.
Arousal and affect: Gestalt versus cognitive-associative
dreamwork.
Grand Forks: U. of North Dakota, 1979, 85 pp., diss.

TENGWALL, R.
"A note on the influence of F.M. Alexander on the development of
Gestalt therapy."
J. OF THE HISTORY OF THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES
1981:17(1):126-30.

TERRY, S.
Can women reconcile their need for autonomy with their need for
attachment within the framework of Gestalt therapy?
Ohio: Antioch U., 1990, 95 pp., thesis.

THETFORD, W.N., & WALSH, RO.
"Theories of personalities and psychopathology: Schools derived
frompsychology and philosophy: Gestalt therapy."
In Kaplan, H.I., and Sadock, B.J., eds.
Comprehensive textbook of psychiatry/IV, vol. 1, 4th ed.
Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1985, 471-3.

THOMAS, J.J.
The youniverse: Gestalt therapy, non-western religions and the
present age.
La Jolla, CA.: Psychology and Consulting Assocs.;
1977.

THOMPSON, M.B.
The effects of the gestalt approach on body image.
Atlanta: Georgia State U., 1978, 129 pp., diss.

THOMPSON-TAUPIN, C.
"Where do your lines lead?
Gestalt art groups."
In Downing, J., ed.

THOMSON, G.
"Dreamwork in redicision therapy."
TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS J.
1987:17(4):169-77.

THORNE, S.
"Translation of gestalt theory into technique: Polarities and
centering."
THE COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGIST.
1974:4(4):31-2.

TILLETT, R.
"Gestalt therapy in theory and in practice."
BRITISH J. OF PSYCHIATRY
1984:145(Sept.):231-5.

TILLEY, D.P.
Verbal ratings across schools of counseling: Rogerian and
gestalt.
Santa Barbara: U. of California, 1977, 123 pp., diss.

TITUS, E.
"Teaching environmental psychology: Perception as a door to
other realities."
THE GESTALT J.
1980:3(1):137-42.

TOBIN, S.A.
"Self support, wholeness and Gestalt therapy."
VOICES.
1969-1970:5(4):5-12. Also in: Milton, O. & Wahler, R.G. Eds.
Behavior disorders; Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1973, and
Stevens, J.O.
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

TOBIN, S.A.
"Gibberish."
VOICES
1970:6(Special Issue)

TOBIN, S.A.
"Saying good-bye in Gestalt therapy."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH & PRACTICE.
1971:8:150-5; also in Stevens, J.O. and in
Hatcher, C. & Himmelstein, P.

TOBIN, S.A.
Gestalt therapy with frustrating patients.
Encino, CA: Gestalt Center of San Fernando Valley, 1972.

TOBIN, S.A.
"MSIBTTBUD and MFIBTBUD."
VOICES
1973:9(2)

TOBIN, S.A.
"Wholeness and self-support."
In Stevens, J.O., ed.

TOBIN, S.A.
"Self-disorders, Gestalt therapy and self psychology."
THE GESTALT J.
1982:5(2):3-44.

TOBIN, S.A.
"Gestalt therapy and the self: Reply to Yontef."
THE GESTALT J.
1983:6(1):71-90.

TOBIN, S.A.
"Bringing the background into the foreground."
THE GESTALT J.
1985:8(1):65-71.

TOBIN, S.A.
"Lacks and shortcomings in Gestalt therapy."
THE GESTALT J.
1985:8(1):65-71.

TOMASETTI, M.D. & WOLDT, A.L.
"Gestalt family therapy."
Unpublished manuscript. Kent, OH: Kent State University, 1982.


TREFFINGER, D.J., et al.
"Encouraging affective development: A compendium of techniques
and resources."
GIFTED CHILD QUARTERLY
1976:20(1):47-65.

TROWBRIDGE, C.A.
"Gestalt and foreign language teaching."
In Galyean, B.

TUBBS, W.
"Beyond Perls."
J. OF HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY.
1972:12:5.

TUDOR, K.
"Integrating Gestalt therapy in children's groups."
THE BRITISH GESTALT J.
1991: 1 (1): 21-27

TUDOR, T.G., & HOLMES, D.S.
"Use of analogies and opposites in helping interviewees verbalize
their self-concepts."
J. OF CONSULTING & CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
1972:38(3):445-8.

TYLER, D.M.
"Gestalt movement therapy in groups."
In Feder, B., and Ronall, R., eds.

TYSON, G.M.
Gestalt therapy's `topdog-underdog' dialogues as a treatment for
depression.
Hattiesburg: U. of Southern Mississippi, 1981, 177 pp., diss.

TYSON, G.M. & RANGE, L.M.
"Depression: A comparison between gestalt and other views."
THE GESTALT J.
1981:4(1):57-64.

VALLANO, T.
Development of a method for identifying the processes of contact
and confluence as defined by Gestalt therapy theory.
Ottawa: National Lib. of Canada, 1987.

VALLE, R.S. & KING, M. (Eds.)
Existential-phenomenological alternatives for psychology.
NY: Oxford U. Press; 1978.

VAN DE REIT, V.D., KORB, M.P. & GORRELL, J.J.
Gestalt therapy: An introduction.
NY: Pergamon Press; 1980.

VAN DER HART, O.
"Treatment of a phobia for dead birds: A case report."
AMER. J. OF CLINICAL HYPNOSIS
1981:23(4):263-5.

VAN DUSEN, W.
"Invoking the actual in psychotherapy."
J. OF INDIV. PSYCH. 1965:21:66-76.

VAN DUSEN, W.
"The perspective of an old hand." In:
Stevens, J.O.
A fine paper on Gestalt therapy and contemporary times.

VAN DUSEN, W.
The natural depth in man.
NY: Harper & Row; 1972.

VAN DUSEN, W.
The presence of other worlds: The psychological/spiritual
findings of Emanuel Swedenborg.
NY: Harper & Row; 1974.

VAN DUSEN, W.
"The phenomenology of a schizophrenic existence."
J. OF INDIVIDUAL PSYCH. 1961:17:80-92; also in
Stevens, J.O.

VAN DUSEN, W.
"The theory and practice of existential analysis."
AMER. J. OF PSYCHOTHERAPY. 1957:11:310-22. Also in:
Ruitenbeek, H.M. (Ed. Psychoanalysis and existential philosophy
NY: Dutton, 1962.

VAN DUSEN, W.
"Wu wei, no-mind, and the fertile void."
PSYCHOLOGIA, 1958:1:253-6. Also in Stevens, J.O.

VAN DUSEN, W.
"Existential analytic psychotherapy."
AMER. J. OF PSYCHOANALYSIS. 1960:20(1):35-40.
Also in Pursglove, P.D.

VAN EGDOM, R.
"Awareness and conscience: My approach to Gestalt therapy."
THE GESTALT J.
1980:3(1):107-10.

VICH, M.A., & RHYNE, J.
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J. OF HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY
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THE GESTALT J.
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SANDOZ PSYCHIATRIC REPORTER. 1973:8(10):18-20.

WALKER, J.L.
Body and soul: Gestalt therapy and religious experience.
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This is also the title of Walker's dissertation presented to
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WALKER, J.R., & AYCOCK, L.
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PERSONNEL & GUIDANCE J.
1984:62(7):424-5.

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Fagan, J. & Shepherd, I.

WALSH, W. (Ed.)
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WALTER, H.J.
"Was haben Gestalt-Therapie und Gestalttheorie miteinander zu
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[What do Gestalt therapy and gestalt theory have in
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GESTALT THEORY (Germany)
1984:6(1):55-69.

WARD, P. & ROUZER, D.L.
"The nature of pathological functioning from a gestalt
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THE COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGIST.
1974:4(4):24-7.

WAREHIME, R.G.
"Interactional Gestalt therapy."
SMALL GROUP BEHAVIOR
1981:12(1):37-54.

WARKENTIN, J.
"Experiential psychotherapy: A contrast to rational-emotive
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J. OF CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOTHERAPY
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WARNER, W.S.
"Fundashon Humanas."
THE GESTALT J.
1983:6(2):102.

WARNER, W.S.
"Generations."
THE GESTALT J.
1983:6(2):39.

WARNER, W.S.
"That time."
THE GESTALT J.
1983:6(2):139.

WASHBURN, M.
"Lore -- an appreciation."
THE GESTALT J.
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THE GESTALT J.
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WELCH, M.J.
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PERSPECTIVES IN PSYCHIATRIC CARE
1977:15(1):43.

WELCH, M.J.
"A gestalt experiment: Fear of rejection."
THE GESTALT J.
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WELCH, M.J.
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WERTHEIMER, M.
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One of the most important texts available from the most original
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WHEELER, G.
Gestalt reconsidered: A new approach to contact and resistance
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SOCIAL CASEWORK
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WHITEMAN, A.D.
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WICKROMA, I.
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PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, RESEARCH & PRACTICE
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WILBER, K.
"Odyssey: A personal inquiry into humanistic and transpersonal
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J. OF HUMANISTIC PSYCHOLOGY
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"Vietnam: Completing the emotional sequence."
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WILBURG, K.A.
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"The bait-and-switch tactic in psychotherapy."
PSYCHOTHERAPY: THEORY, PRACTICE & RESEARCH
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WILLS, G.H.
"The here and now in Gestalt therapy."
AUSTRALIAN PSYCHOLOGIST
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WILSON, F.R.
"Critique of Cross, Sheehan and Khan's `Alternative advice and
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J. OF CLINICAL & CONSULTING PSYCHOLOGY
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WINGETT, W.R.
"A comparison of two models of group counseling in teaching
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1976, U. of Wyoming, diss.

WILSON, B.
"Laura Perls: Some reflections."
VOICES
1982:18(2)

WITCHEL, R.I.
"Effects of gestalt awareness on self-actualization and personal
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U. of GA., 1973, diss.

WITCHEL, R.I.
Fantasy and experiential-gestalt therapy.
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Gestalt therapy and the counseling practicum: A marriage.
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WITCHEL, R.I.
Student development and experiential-gestalt therapy.
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J. OF ANALYTIC PSYCHOLOGY
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WOHLFORT, R.W.
The sensory awareness exercises and the nonverbal techniques: A
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WOLBERG, L.R.
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"A Gestalt therapy behavior observation guide."
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WOLDT, A.L.
"Rules for and characteristics of gestalt therapists: Training
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Unpublished manuscript. Kent, OH: Kent State University, 1974.

WOLDT, A.L.
"Gestalt theory of creative adjustment: An organismic flow
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Unpublished manuscript. Kent, OH: Kent State University, 1976.

WOLDT, A.L.
"Gestalt personal homeostasis theory."
Kent, OH: Kent State University, 1984.

WOLDT, A.L., BACA, J. & MILLER, R.
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WOLDT, A. & MARTINEK, S
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Unpublished personality test. Kent State University, Kent, OH,
1984.

WOLF, E.L.
"Gestalt therapy and zen buddhism."
6029 Contra Costa Rd., Oakland, CA. unpub. ms.

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"The significance of sickness."
GESTALT THEORY
1984:6(4):288-308.

WOODS, D.E.
Arthritis and anger: An application of anger therapy as a gestalt
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WORTZ, E.
"Application of awareness methods in psychotherapy."
THE GESTALT J.
1984:7(1):75-83.

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"Reflections at the speed of thought."
THE GESTALT J.
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WRIGHT, R.C.
"Trance and confusion in Gestalt therapy."
J. OF CONTEMPORARY PSYCHOTHERAPY
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WYSONG, J.
"A review of Stephenson's Gestalt therapy Primer."
THE GESTALT J.
1978:1(1):125-126

WYSONG, J.
"A review of McCluggage's The Centered Skier."
THE GESTALT J.
1978:1(2):127-128.
According to Wysong, "the best of the `inner' sports books."

WYSONG, J.
"An oral history of Gestalt therapy, part 3: A conversation with
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THE GESTALT JOURNAL.
1979:2(1):3-26.
Also in:
An oral history of Gestalt therapy.
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WYSONG, J.
"A review of Corsini's Current Psychotherapies and Wedding &
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THE GESTALT J.
1979:2(1):107-108.

WYSONG, J.
"A review of Oldham, Key & Starak's Risking Being Alive."
THE GESTALT J.
1981:4(2):92-93.

WYSONG, J.
"An oral history of Gestalt therapy, part 4: A conversation with
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THE GESTALT J.
1985:8(2):5-26.
Also in:
An oral history of Gestalt Therapy
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WYSONG, J.
"Barry Stevens: In remembrance."
THE GESTALT JOURNAL
1986:9(1):71:75.

WYSONG, J.
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WYSONG, J. & ROSENFELD, E.
An oral history of Gestalt therapy.
Highland, NY: The Gestalt Journal; 1982
Interviews with Laura Perls, Isadore From and Miriam & Erving
Polster that originally appeared in the first three issues of THE
GESTALT JOURNAL.

YALOM, I.D.
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YALOM, I.D., BOND, G., BLOCH, S., ZIMMERMAN, E., & FRIEDMAN, L.
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YEOMANS, T.
Toward a confluent theory of teaching English.
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YEOMANS, T.
"Gestalt theory and practice and the teaching of literature."
In Brown, G.I., ed., 80-90.

YEOMANS, T.
"Search for a working model: Gestalt psychosynthesis, and
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In Brown, G.I., ed., 132-58.

YONTEF, G.M.
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Also: Los Angeles: Trident shop, 1971; also in: Stephenson, F.D.

YONTEF, G.M.
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In: Binder, V., Binder, A. & Rimland (Eds.)
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Republished in: THE GESTALT J. 1979: 2 (1)

YONTEF, G.M.
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YONTEF, G.M.
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PSIHIJATRIJA DANAS (Serbo-Croatian)
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YONTEF, G.M.
"Gestalt therapy: Clinical phenomenology."
THE GESTALT J.
1979:2(1):27-45.
A shortened version of this article appears as a chapter in
Modern Therapies, Ed. by V. Binder, A. Binder and B. Rimland;
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YONTEF, G.M.
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In INTEGRATIVE THERAPIE, 9, Jg. 1983, Heft 2/3, 98-130.

YONTEF, G.M.
"Gestalt therapy: Its inheritance from Gestalt psychology."
unpublished ms.
Delivered 1981 at the International Council of Psychologists
Conference.

YONTEF, G.M.
"Mediocrity or excellence: An identity crisis in Gestalt therapy
training."
unpublished ms.
Delivered in 1981 at annual meeting of the American Psychological
Association.

YONTEF, G.M.
"Gestalt therapy: Its inheritance from gestalt psychology."
GESTALT THEORY
1982: 4 (1/2): 23-39.

YONTEF, G.M.
"The self in Gestalt therapy: Reply to Tobin."
THE GESTALT J.
Spring, 1983: 6 (1)

YONTEF, G.M.
"Modes of thinking in Gestalt therapy.
THE GESTALT J.
1984:7(1):33-74.

YONTEF, G.M.
"Why I became a Gestalt therapist."
In: Memorial Festschrift (for Jim Simkin), 1984. (Available
from the Gestalt therapy Institute of Los Angeles.)

YONTEF, G.M.
"Assimilating diagnostic and psychoanalytic perspectives into
Gestalt therapy."
THE GESTALT J.
1988:11(1):5-32

YONTEF, G.M.
"Comments on 'Boundary Processes and Boundary States.'"
THE GESTALT J.
1988:11(2):25-36

YONTEF, G.M.
"Gestalt therapy in groups.
In I.L Kutash & A. Wolf (Eds.), Group psychotherapist's handbook:
Contemporary theory and technique. New York: Columbia
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YONTEF, G. M.
"Recent trends in Gestalt therapy in teh United States and what we need to learn from them."
THE BRITISH GESTALT J.
1991: 1 (1): 5-20

YONTEF, G.M.
"Considering GESTALT RECONSIDERED: A review in depth."
THE GESTALT J.
1992:15(1):95-118

YONTEF, G.M.
"Response to Wheeler."
THE GESTALT J.
1992:15(2):134-140.

YONTEF, G.M. & SIMKIN, J.
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In R. Corsini (Ed.), Current psychotherapies, 3rd Ed., Ithasca,
IL: Peacock, 1984.
Revision in 4th Ed., 1989

YONTEF, G.M. & TOBIN, S.
"A dialogue on theory -- number 2."
THE GESTALT J.
1983:6(1):54-90.

ZAMBORSKY, L. J.
The use of Gestalt therapy with clients expressing religious
values.
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Kent State University, 1982.

ZARCONE, V.P. Jr.
"An eclectic therapeutic community for treatment of addiction."
THE INTERNATIONAL J. OF THE ADDICTIONS
1980:15(4):515-28.

ZARCONE, V.P. Jr.
"Gestalt techniques in a therapeutic community for the treatment
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J. OF PSYCHOACTIVE DRUGS
1984:16(1):43-46.

ZEFF, L.
"The art of beartrapping."
Berkeley, CA. unpub. ms.

ZEIG, J.K. (Ed.)
The evolution of psychotherapy.

ZIMMER, J., & PEPYNE, E.W.
"A descriptive and comparative study of dimensions of counselor
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J. OF COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY
1971:18(5):441-7.

ZIMMER, J.M. & COWLES, K.H.
"Content analysis using FORTRAN: Applied to interviews conducted
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J. OF COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY.
1972:19:161-6.
A unique way of analyzing the famous "Gloria" film.

ZIMMER, J., HAKSTIAN, R. & NEWLY, J.
"Dimensions of counselee responses over several therapy
sessions."
J. OF COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY.
1972:19(5):44-54.

ZINKER, J.
"Notes on the phenomenology of a loving encounter."
EXPLORATIONS. 1966:10:3-7.
Integrative therapy; Germany: FPI Publications,
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ZINKER, J.
"On public knowledge and personal revelation."
EXPLORATIONS. 1968:15:33-9.

ZINKER, J.
"Beginning the therapy."
VOICES
1970:6(1)
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

ZINKER, J.
"Dreamwork as theatre."
VOICES.
1971:7:(2).
Also: Gestalt Institute of Cleveland.
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

ZINKER, J.
Phenomenology of the here and now.
Cleveland: Gestalt Inst. of Cleveland, 1974.
(Also published in German c. 1980)

ZINKER, J.
"Gestalt therapy as permission to be creative."
VOICES. 1974:9(4).
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

ZINKER, J.
"Frigidity: Gestalt approach: The case of June (II)."
In Loew, C.A.; Grayson, H.; and Loew, G.H., eds.

ZINKER, J.
"On loving encounters: A phenomenological view."
In: Stephenson, F.D.

ZINKER, J.
"On grandparently love."
VOICES
1976-1977:12(4)
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

ZINKER, J.
"My therapy: Memories, learnings, aspirations."
VOICES
1976:12(1)

ZINKER, J.
Creative process in Gestalt therapy.
NY: Brunner/Mazel, 1977; Random House, 1979.

ZINKER, J.
"A review of Simkin's Gestalt therapy Mini-Lectures."
THE GESTALT J.
1978:1(1):122-125

ZINKER, J.
"Telling tales about the old master."
THE GESTALT J.
1979:2(2):24-34.
A review of Fritz Perls: Here and Now by J. Gaines.

ZINKER, J.
"Apperceptive mass: My grounding."
THE GESTALT J.
1980:3(1):31-40.

ZINKER, J.
The developmental process of a Gestalt therapy group.
In Feder, B. & Ronall, R.

ZINKER, J.
Complimentary and the middle ground: Two forces for couple's
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Cleveland, Gestalt Institute of Cleveland, 1981

ZINKER, J.
"A review of Van De Reit, Korb, & Gorrel's Gestalt therapy: An
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THE GESTALT J.
1981:4(1):75-78.

ZINKER, J.
"Right hemispheric brain function as it relates to gestalt,
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VOICES: Summer, 1982: 18 (2): 79-82.
Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
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ZINKER, J.C.
"Complementarity and the middle ground in couples."
THE GESTALT J.
1983:6(2):13-27.

ZINKER, J.C.
"Searching for clarity."
PILGRIMAGE
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ZINKER, J.C.
"A matter of choice."
VOICES
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Also in: Smith, E.W.L.
Gestalt voices
Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing Corporation (1992)

ZINKER, J.C.
"Creative process in Gestalt therapy: The therapist as artist."
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"The Gestalt approach to couple therapy."
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In search of good form: Gestalt therapy with couples and families.
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"In search of an integrated therapeutic eclecticism: An interview
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The Gestalt theory of couple and family interactions.
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GESTALT DREAM ANALYSIS.
Also called A SESSION WITH FOUR COLLEGE STUDENTS, this film is a recording of a television workshop with six college students. Presents F. Perls in a demonstrative encounter and offers excellent introductory material.

THE HUMANISTIC REVOLUTION: PIONEERS IN PERSPECTIVE.
Interviews with Frederick Perls, Gardner Murphy, Carl Rogers, Rollo May, Paul Tillich, Victor Frankl and Alan Watts. Introductory interview with Abraham Maslow who also attempts to sum the whole thing up at the end.

IN THE NOW.
Filmed during a ten hour workshop led by James Simkin. Simkin's work is of great interest, but the film was produced as a master's project by a beginner, and the film is frustrating as a result of being able to hear so much of what you can't see.

FREDERICK PERLS AND GESTALT THERAPY.
A two part film. In the first, Perls talks about the structure of neurosis. The second reel is a demonstration which includes the exploration of two clients' dreams.

THREE APPROACHES TO PSYCHOTHERAPY (A/K/A/ "GLORIA").
Filmed in 1956, this film offers an opportunity to view three psychotherapists (Carl Rogers, Frederick Perls, and Albert Ellis) work with a 31 year old female client. Interesting and of historical value.

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Available from MDULThe Gestalt JournalMDNM, P. O. Box 990, Highland, NY 12528


VIDEO TAPES

FROM, I. (Workshop Leader) & WEAVER, J. (Producer)
Creating Gestalt therapy with Isadore From
"Enormously Important & Good Mothering" Excerpts
45 minute videotape
Portland, ME: Isadore Productions

FROM, I. (Workshop Leader) & WEAVER, J. (Producer)
"Full Seminar"
5+ hours videotape
Portland, ME: Isadore Productions

OAKLANDER, V.
A boy and his anger: A therapy session.
35 minute videotape
MaxSound, 910 3rd Ave. N., Seattle, WA 98109

ROSNER, J. & STARAK, Y.
Six seminars with Jorge Rosner
Interviewed by Y. Starak in Melbourne, Australia. Session I: "Authority and Authoritarianism"; Session II: The Hot Seat; Session III: Peeling the Onion; Session IV: Gestalt Theatre; Session V: Couples; Session VI: "Woo-Woo" The Unexplained.
Undistributed: 1982

SWANSON, J.
Gestalt experiential training: A multimedia training program in Gestalt therapy skills.
Two half-hour video tapes accompanied by a 100 page manual.
Highland, NY The Gestalt Journal Press: 1984.