In 1996, the internet was breaking out of its shell, and the first electronic journal for gestalt therapy appeared as a hybrid of the text-based discussion group Gstalt-L and the graphically rich, web-based journal itself. Both emerged supported by a community of people-helping groups at St. John's University. That journal was titled Gestalt!, and its vision was to stimulate a global discussion of gestalt therapy using the electronic medium that has now become so common and essential. It did just that, and the contents of the journal included some of the richest thinking about gestalt therapy theory and practice that emerged in the lead-up to the 21st century. Gestalt! was free. It was quick. Those working with the journal were more interested in substance than style. It was relevant, and it was fun. There are errors in form, because the editors have maintained many in order to provide a realistic feel for what the journal was like. Although it no longer exists, this book reclaims the journal's great historical value and still-significant ideas.Biografía del autor:
Brian J. Mistler is a seasoned therapist, educator, and educational administrator who has been actively engaged with gestalt therapy since the 1990s. Dr Mistler trained for six years at the Gestalt Center of Gainesville with Dr M. Pat Korb, while completing his PhD in Counseling Psychology at the University of Florida. Dr Mistler works in Sarasota, Florida as Associate Dean of Students and Director of Health and Wellness Services at Ringling College of Art and Design, one of North America's preeminent art and design colleges. Dr Mistler also serves as Title IX Coordinator and Legal Compliance Officer for New College of Florida, and, having taught at the university level for over a decade, he is currently on the faculty of NASPA's Certificate Program in Higher Education Law and Policy and the Medical House Staff Teaching Faculty of Manatee Memorial Hospital. Philip Brownell is a clinical psychologist licensed in the states of Oregon and North Carolina, and registered in the British Colony of Bermuda. He is certified as a gestalt therapist by the European Association for Gestalt Therapy and in private practice in Bermuda. He is the Editor of the Handbook for Theory, Research, and Practice in Gestalt Therapy, and the author of Gestalt Therapy: A Guide to Contemporary Practice, Gestalt Therapy for Addictive and Self-Medicating Behaviors and Spiritual Competency in Psychotherapy. He is Co-Editor at Gestalt Research Press, conducts training and teaching internationally, and has contributed numerous articles and chapters to peer-reviewed journals and books. Phil is a member of the New York Institute for Gestalt Therapy and the American Psychological Association.
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