Working with Couples: A Gestalt Approach

July 26, 2004 by  
Filed under General, Gestalt Therapy

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 of Perls, Hefferleine and Goodman […]

A Conversation with Donald Nathanson

March 18, 2000 by  
Filed under Conversations, General

BOL: Don, you first became prominent in our field by describing the phenomenon of shame. What is there about shame that makes it important and why did you choose to investigate it?” NATHANSON: For some years I had been occupied with the problem of what is now called “interaffectivity,” the way each of us gets […]