Monthly Archives: July 2004

 

Working with Couples: A Gestalt Approach

Monday, July 26th, 2004
Gestalt therapy has offered a rather distinctive paradigm from which to view the person and reality. While later theorists such as Yontef, Latner, Parlett and Wheeler have cited field theory (particularly that of Kurt Lewin) as a key pillar or philosophical underpinning to Gestalt therapy, it is the original text ...
 

Wrongful Death and Suicide

Saturday, July 17th, 2004
Wrongful death (usually a pseudonym for suicide) is the most common "cause of action" in lawsuits against mental health professionals. That is, it is the most common reason plaintiffs sue us. Sometimes the lawsuit is not deserved; tragedy does not necessarily mean malpractice. Unfortunately, there are too ...