Course Literature

Buber, M.  I and Thou.  Trans. R. Gregor Smith, 1958.  Edinburgh: T and T Clark.  (First published in 1923)
Clarkson, P.  Gestalt Counseling in Action.  London: Sage Publications
Clarkson, P.  Self and Society. (1988), 16(2): 74-79
Clarkson, P. & Mackewn, J.  Key Figures in Counselling and Gestalt Therapy: Fritz Perls.  London: Sage, 1993.
Crocker, S.F. (2001) Spirituality, Dialogue, and the Phenomenological Mathod. Gestalt Vol.5, No.3.
Elkins, D.N., Hedstorm, L.J., Hughes, L.L., Leaf, J.A., Saunders, C. (1988). Toward A Humanistic-phenomenological Spirituality, Definition, Description and Measurement. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 28(4), 5-18.
Fagan, J. and Shepherd, I.L., eds.  Gestalt Therapy Now: Theory, Techniques, Applications.  New York: Harper Colophon
Feder, B. and Ronald R., eds.  Beyond the Hot Seat: Gestalt Approaches to Group.  New York: Brunner / Mazel, 1980.
Holloway, W.H. and Holloway, M.M.  Change Now.  Copyright William H. Holloway, 1973.
Houston, G.  The Relative – Sized Red book of Gestalt.  London NWI 9JN: Rochester Foundation, S. Rochester Terrace, 1982.
Hycner, R (1988) Between Persons to Person: Toward a Dialogical Psychotherapy. New York: The Gestalt Journal Press.
Hycner, R. and Jacobs, L.  The Healing Relationship in Gestalt Therapy.  The Gestalt Journal Press, 1995.
Joyce, P. & Sills, C. (2001) Skills in Gestalt Counselling and Psychotherapy. London: SAGE Publications. Ltd.
Kempler, W.  Principles of Gestalt Family Therapy: A Gestalt Experiential; Book.  Norway: Nordahls, 1973.
Kennedy, D. (1998) Gestalt: A point of departure for a personal spirituality. British Gestalt Journal 7 (2):88-89.
Kepner, James I.  Body Process.  Cleveland, Ohio: Gestalt Institute of Cleveland Press, 1987.
Koffka, K.  Principles of Gestalt Psychology.  New York: Harcourt, Brace and World, 1935
Kohler, W.  Gestalt Psychology: An Introduction to New Concepts in Modern Psychology. New York: Lieright, 1970.  (First published in 1947)
Korb, M.P., Gornell, J. and Van Der Reit.  Gestalt Therapy: Practice and Theory. 2nd ed. New York: Pergamon Press
Latner, J.  The Gestalt Therapy Book.  N.Y.: The Julian Press, 1973.
Melnick, J. (2006) Editorial Gestalt Review, 10(1): 2-5.
Murray S. (1995) Gestalt and Spirituality an interview available: http://partnering.inet.net.nz/a/spirit.htm
Naranjo, O. (1993) Gestalt Therapy. The Attitude and Practice of an A theoretical Experimentalisation. Gateways/IDHHB Pub.
Parlett, M. (1991) Reflections on Field Theory. British Gestalt Journal 1:68-91.
Parlett, M. (1997) The Unified Field Theory in Practice Gestalt Review 1:16-33.
Parlett, M. and Page, F.  Individual Therapy in Britain.  Buckingham: Open University Press, 1990.
Perls, F.S.  Ego, Hunger and Aggression.  New York: Vintage Booka, 1969.  (First published in 1947)
Perls, F.S.  Gestalt Therapy Verbatim.  Moab, UT: Real People Press, 1969.
Perls, F.S.  In and Out the Garbage Pail.  New York: Bantam Books, 1969.
Perls, F.S.  The Gestalt Therapy Approach, and Eyewitness to Therapy.  New York Bantam, 1976.
Perls, L.S.  Living at the Boundary.  New York: The Gestalt Journal
Polster, E. & M.  Gestalt Therapy Integrated.  New York: Brunner / Mazel, 1973.
Polster, E.  Every Person’s Life is Worth a Novel New York: W.W. Norton, 1987.
Purcell-lee, C. (2000) Dialogue and Being. Gestalt! An electronic journal [on-line] Vol.4: No.2 July 2000, Available: www.g-gej.org/4-2/purcelll.html
Shepard, M.  Fritz.  New York: Bantam, 1975.
Sills, C., Fish, and Lapworth, P.  Gestalt Counseling.  Oxon: Winslow Press, 1995.
Simpkin, J.S.  Gestalt Therapy: Mini-Lectures.  CA: Celestial Arts, Millbrae, 1976.
Smith, E.W.L.  The Growing Edge of Gestalt Psychotherapy.  Secaucus, NJ: Citadel, 1977.
Spinelli, E.  The Interpreted World – An Introduction to Phenomenological Psychology. London: Sage Publications, 1989.
Stevens, J.O.  Don.  Moab: UT Real People Press, 1975.
Stevens, J.O.  Awareness: Exploring, Experimenting, Experiencing.  London: Eden Grove, 1989.
Wilber, K. (2000a) Integral Psychology: Consciousness, Spirit, Psychology, Therapy. Boston: Shambala.
Williams, L. (2006) Spirituality and Gestalt: A Gestalt-Transpersonal Perspective. Gestalt Review 10 (1); 6-21.
Wolfert, R. (2000) The Spiritual Dimension of Gestalt Therapy. Gestalt! An electronic journal [on-line], Vol.4: No.3 Available: www.g-gej.org/4-3/spiritual.html
Wysong, J. and Rosenfeld, E.  An Oral History of Gestalt Therapy: Interviews with Laura Perls, Isadore From, Erving Polster, Miriam Polster.  Highland, NY: The Gestalt Journal.
Yontef, G.  Awareness, Dialogue & Process.  Highland, NY: The Gestalt Journal Press, 1993.
Zinker, J.  Creative Process in Gestalt Therapy.  New York: Random house, 1977
Zinker, J.  In a Search of a Good Form.  The Analytic Press, 1998.
Zinker, J.  Sketches.  The Analytic Press, 2001.
Freud, S: Interpretation of Dreams
Reich, W. Character Analyses
Rank, O. Will Therapy + Truth and Reality
Rank, O. Psychology and the Soul
Rank, O. Trauma of the birth
Muller, B. Isadore from’s contribution to the theory and practise of Gestalt Therapy.
Muller, B. The influence of Otto Ranks Concept of the creative Will
In Lob.s. Creative Licence, The art of Gestalt Therapy
Muller, B. Diagnostic of Nazism
Boeley, J. Attachment and Loss, New York, 1973
Erikson, Erik The complete cycle of Life
Journals
British Gestalt Journal.  British Gestalt Journal, P.O. Box 2994 London N5 1UG England
The Gestalt Journal.  The Gestalt Journal Press P.O. Box Highland, N.Y. 12528 / 0990 U.S.A.
Team Literature
Theory of Gestalt Psychotherapy:
1. Team: Dialogic Encounter – I – It to I -Thou & Dialog
Buber M (1970) I and Thou
Scribner’s Sons, New York
Friedman M (1976)
Healing Trough Meeting:
A Dialogical Approach To Psychotherapy and Family Therapy
In E Smith (Ed) Psychiatry and the Humanities    Vol.1.
Yale University Press, New Haven
Hycner R and Jacobs L (1995)
The Healing Relationship in Gestalt Therapy
Gestalt Journal Press.
Jacobs L (1989)
Dialogue in Gestalt Therapy and Therapy
The Gestalt Journal. Vol XII No.1. pp 25-68.
Marleau-Ponti M (1970)
Phenomenology of Perception.
Routledge and Kegan Paul, London
Perls F Hefferline R Goodman P (1951)
Gestalt Therapy, Excitement and Growth in the Human and Personality
Souvenir Press, London
Yontef G (1993)
Awareness, Dialogue and Process
Gestalt Journal Press, Highland, New York
Research in Psychotherapy:
Cresswell JW (1994)
Research Design: Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches Sage
Flick U (1998)
An Introduction to Qualitative Research
Sage
Moustakas C (1994)
Phenomenological Research Methods
Sage
Rice LN and Greenberg LS (Eds) (1984)
Patterns of Change:
Intensive Analysis of Psychotherapy Process
Guildford, New York
Talley P Forrest, Strupp HH, Butler SF (Eds) (1984)
Psychotherapy Research and Practice: Bridging the Gap
Basic Books, New York
Toukmanian SG (Eds) and Rennie DL (1992)
Psychotherapy Process Research
Sage
Books:
Cresswell, J (1998) Qualitative Inquiry and Research Design: Choosing Among the Five Traditions. Sage
Moustakis, C (1994) Phenomenological Research, Sage
Moustakis, C (1990) Heuristic Research: Design, Methodology and Approaches. Sage
Reason P (1994) Participative Inquiry. Sage
Heron J (1994) Cooperative Inquiry. Sage
Kvale S (1996) Interviews. An introduction to Qualitative Research Interviewing. Sage
Journals:
Qualitative Inquiry. Sage
Qualitative Health Studies. Sage
Philosophy and Social Criticism. Sage
New: Barrer, P. (2006) Becoming a Research Practitioner:
A Gestalt Approach to Holistic Inquiry. University of Middlesex Pres.
Finlay, L. & Evans, K (2008) Relational centred Qualitative. Research for Counsellor & Psychotherapist Wiley – Blockevey.
Recommended Articles
Barber, P(2002) Gestalt – A Prime Medium for Holistic Research and Whole Person Education. The British Gestalt Journal. Vol 11, no2.
Delise, G (1991) A Gestalt Perspective of Personality Disorders. The British Gestalt Journal 1, no1.
Hewitt-Taylor, J (2002) Childhood Abuse as Experience by Black Women Living in Britain- A Phenomenological Exploration. The British Gestalt Vol 11, no 2.
Higgins, R. research Methodology (1996) from: Approaches to research: A Handbook for Those Writing a Dissertation. London, Jessica Kingsley Publishing
McLead, J (1991) Doing Counselling Research. London Sage. (see Chapter 10 Ethical Issues in Counselling Research)
McLeod, J (2001) Developing a research tradition consistent with the practice and values of counselling and psychotherapy: why Counselling and Psychotherapy Research is necessary. Counselling and Psychotherapy research 1 (1) British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.
Seligman, M.E.P (1995) the Effectiveness of Psychotherapy: The Consumer Reports Survey. American Psychological Association Vol. 50, no 12.
Whittemore, R & Chase, S.K & Mandle, C.L (2001) Validity in Qualitative Research. Qualitative Health research, Vol 11 no.4, July 2001.
New Book: Finlay, L. & Evans, K(2008) Relational Courted Qualitative Research for counsellors & Psychotherapist Wiley – Blackwell.
Evans, K. (2006) An Experimental Approach to teaching. Qualitative Research. Online Publication: www.europeanresearchjournal.com
Evans, K (2007) Relational courted research: A work in progress.
Evans, K (2008) to be or not to be: A reviewing Becoming a research Practioner: A Gestalt approach to holistic. Inquing & Paul Bether.
British Gestalt Journal
Couple Therapy
Lynch E. & Lynch B. (2005); Family and Couples Therapy from a Gestalt Perspective. In: Woldt & Tomlin, 2005; Gestalt Therapy – History, Theory and Practice; Sage Publications, California
Perls, Hefferline, Goodman, (1951); Gestalt Therapy – Excitement and Growth in Human Personality; GJP, New York
Miller M.v., (1995); Intimate Terrorism; Norton & Co., New York
Zinker. J,(1994); In Search of Good Form; Gestalt Institute, Cleveland
Polster and Polster, (1999); From the Redical Centre; Gestalt Ins. Clevland
Melnick J. & S. Nevis. (2003); Creativity in Long-Term Relationships. In; Spaghnolo Lobb, Amendt-Lyons (Eds) Creative License. Wien/New York
Beaumont H. (1994) Self Organization and Dialogue. In: Wheeler G. Beckman S. (Eds) On Intimate Ground. Jossey Bass, San Fransisco
Dominian J. (1968) Marital Breakdown. Prnguin. Harmondsworth
James A & Wilson K., Couples, Conflict and Change. Tavistock Publications. London/New York
Rank O. (1936) Truth and Reality. Norton. New York.
Web Site
Burley T & Frier C. (2002); Character Structure. A Gestalt – Cognitive Theory; Pre publication version.
www.gatla.org.links/CharacterPREPUB july04.pdf
Children and Adolescent – Gestalt Approach
Aspy, D., & Roebuck, F. (1977). Kids don’t learn from people they don’t like. Amherst, MA: Human Resources Development Press.
Blaney. B., & Smythe, J. (2001). A Gestalt approach to the treatment of adolescent eating disorders. In M. McConville & G. Wheeler (Eds.), The heart of development: Gestalt approaches to working with children, adolescents and their worlds: Vol. 2. Adolescence (pp. 193-213). Cambridge, MA: Gestalt Press.
Blumenthal, M. (2001). A field of difference: A Gestalt consideration of learning disabilities. In M. McConville & G. Wheeler (Eds.), The heart of development: Gestalt approaches to working with children, adolescents and their worlds: Vol. 2. Adolescence (pp. 153-171). Cambgridge, MA: Gestalt Press.
Brafman, A. H. (2001). Untying the knot: Working with children and parents. New York: Karnac.
Brownell, P. (In press). Contemporary Gestalt therapy theory: Organizing perspective for juvenile sex offender treatment. Gestalt Review.
Carroll, F. (2002). The Pinocchio syndrome: Path to wholeness. Gestalt therapy with children and adolescents. In G. Wheeler & M. McConville (Eds.), The heart of development: Gestalt approaches to working with children, adolescents, and their world: Vol. 1. Childhood (pp. 331-345). Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press.
DeMille, R. (1973). Put your mother on the ceiling: Children’s imagination games. New York: Penguin.
Dennison, G. (1969). The lives of children: The story of the First Street School. New York: Vintage.
Erikson, E. (1963). Childhood and society (2nd ed.). New York: Norton.
Erikson, E. (1968). Identity: Youth and crisis. New York: Norton.
Fodor, I., & Collier, J. C. (2001). Assertiveness and conflict resolution: An integrated Gestalt/cognitive behavioral model for working with urban adolescents. In M. McConville & G. Wheeler (Eds.), The Vol. 2. Adolescence (pp. 214-252). Cambridge, MA: Gestalt Press.
Ginnot, H. (1965). Between parent and child: New solutions to old problems. New York: Macmillan.
Hendricks, G., & Roberts, T. (1977). The second centering book: More awareness activities for children, parents and teachers. New York: Prentice Hall.
Hendricks, G., & Wills, R. (1975). The centering book: Awarness activities for children and adults to relax the body and mind. New York: Prentice Hall.
Henggeler, S. W., Melton, G. B., & Smith, L.A. (1992). Family preservation using multi systemic therapy: An effective alternative to incarcerating serious juvenile offenders. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 60(6), 953-961.
Holt, J. (1964). How children fail. New York: Pitman.
Hoopes, M. M., & Harper, J. M. (1987). Birth order roles and sibling patterns in individual and family therapy. Rockville, MD: Aspen.
Kepner, J. I. (1995). Healing tasks: Psychotherapy with adult survivors of childhood abuse. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Kepner, J. (2003b). Healing tasks: Psychotherapy with adult survivors of childhood abuse. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass
Kohlberg, L. (1966). A cognitive-development analysis of children’s sex-role concepts and attitudes. In E. Maccoby (Ed.), The development of sexy differences. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.
Lampert, R. (1969). A child’s eye view of Gestalt therapy [Audiotape]. Catalog #MS 90. Available from MaxSound, (562) 856-4832, maxsound@character.net.
Lampert, R. (2003). A child’s eye view: Gestalt therapy with children, adolescents and their families. Highland, New York: Gestalt Journal Press.
Lederman, J. (1969). Anger and the rocking chair: Gestalt awareness with children. New York: McGraw-Hill.
Lee, R. G. (2001). Shame and support: Understanding an adolescent’s family field. In M. McConville & G. Wheeler (Eds.), The heart of development: Gestalt approaches to working with children and adolescents: Vol. 2. Adolescence. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press.
McConville, M. (1995). Adolescence: Psychotherapy and the emergent self. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
McConville, M. (200lb). Lewinian filed theory, adolescent development, and psychotherapy. In M. McConville & G. Wheeler (Eds.), The heart of development: Gestalt approaches to working with children, adolescents and their worlds: Vol. 2. Adolescence. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press.
McConville, M. (2003). Lewinian filed theory, adolescent development, and psychotherapy. Gestalt Review, 7(3), 213-238.
McConville, M., & Wheeler, G. (2001-2002). The heart of development: Gestalt approaches to working with children, adolescents and their worlds (2 vols.). Cambridge, MA: Gestalt Press.
Moustakes, C. (1956). The teacher and the child. New York: McGraw-Hill.
Moustakes, C. (1974). Children in play therapy. New York: Ballantine.
Norton, R. F.(1980). Toward a Gestalt theory of child development. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, California School of Professional Psychology, Fresno.
Oaklander, V. (1978). Windows to our children: A Gestalt therapy approach to children and adolescents. Moab, UT: Real People. (Original work published 1969)
Oaklander, V. (1982). The relationship of Gestalt therapy to children. Gestalt Journal, 5(1), 64-74.
Oaklander, V. (1992a). Gestalt therapy with children: Working with anger and introjects. In E. C. Nevis (Ed.), Gestalt therapy: Perspective and applications (pp. 263-283). Cleaveland, OH: Gestalt Institute of Cleveland Press.
Oaklander, V. (1992b). Helping children and adults to become self-nurturing (Audiotape). Catalog #MS 4. Available from Maxsound, (562) 856-4832, maxsound@character.net
Oaklander, V. (1993). From meek to bold: A case study of Gestalt play therapy. In T. Kottman & C. Schaefer (Eds.), Play therapy in action: A casebook for practitioners (pp. 281-299). Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson.
Oaklander, V. (1994). Gestalt play therapy. In K. O’Connor & C. Schaefer (Eds.), Handbook of play therapy (Vol. 2, pp. 143-156). New York: John Wiley.
Oaklander, V. (1997). The therapeutic process with children and adolescents. Gestalt Review. 1(14), 292-317.
Oaklander, V. (2000). Short-term play therapy for grieving children. In H. Kaduson & C. Schaefer (Eds.). Short-term play therapy for children (pp. 28-52). New York: Guilford.
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Perls, L. (1992b). How to educate children for peace. In J. Wysong (Ed.). Laura Perls: Living at the boundary (pp. 37-44). Highland, NY: Gestalt Journal Press. (Original work published 1939)
Piaget, J. (1952). The origins of intelligence in children. New York: International Universities Press.
Radler, D. H. (1960). Success through play: How to prepare your child for school achievement and enjoy it. New York: Harper & Row
Reynolds, C. A. (1996). Coping styles of children of divorce: Attitudes, personality, and Gestalt processes. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Kent State University.
Reynolds, C. A. & Woldt, A. L. (2002). Healing young wounded hearts: Gestalt group therapy with children of divorce. In M. McConville & G. Wheeler (Eds.), The heart of development: Gestalt approaches to working with children, adolescents and their worlds: Vol. 1. Childhood (pp. 239-261). Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press.
Riley, P. (1999). Preventing school violence. Paper presented at the koch Crime Institute’s National Conference on Juvenile Justice, Little Rock, AR.
Strang, R. (1965). Helping your child develop his potential. NewYork: E. P. Dutton.
Tudor, K. (2002). Integrating Gestalt in children’s groups. In G. wheeler & M. McConville (Eds.), The heart of development: Gestalt approaches to working with children, adolescents and their worlds: Vol. 1. Childhood (pp. 147-164). Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press.
U.S. Department of Education. (2002). No Child left behind. Retrieved December 12, 2002, from http://www.nclb.gov/.
Wheeler, G. (2003c) The developing field: Toward a Gestalt development model. In G. Wheeler & M. McConville (Eds.), The heart of development: Gestalt approaches to working with children, adolescents and their worlds: Vol. 1. Childhood (pp. 37-84). Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press.
Wheeler, G., & McConville, M. (Eds.). (2002). The heart of development: Gestalt approaches to working with children, adolescents and their worlds: Vol. 1. Childhood. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press.
Whitfield, C. (1989). Healing the child within. Deerfield Beach, FL: Health Communications.
Wright, L., Everette, F., & Roisman, L. (1986). Experiential psychotherapy with children. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.
Yeh, M., & Weisz, J.r. (2001). Why are we here at the clinic? Parent-child (dis)agreement on referral problems at outpoint treatment entry. Journal of Consulting and clinical psychology. 69(6), 1018-1025.
Theory Field:
Beaumont, H. (1998). In the field of soul (interview by Judith Hemming). British Gestalt Journal, 7, 76-85.
Brownell, P. (1998). Condensing the field: Internet communication and Gestalt community. Gestalt Review, 2(2), 143-153.
Brownell, P., O’Neill, B., B., & Goodlander, M. (1999). Field in flux: Gestalt in the world trough Internet technology. Gestalt! 3(1). Retrieved October 25, 2004, from www.g.gej.org/3-1/gestalnet.html.
Cartwright, D. (Ed.). (1951). Field theory in social science: Selected theoretical papers. Oxford, UK: Harpers.
Crocker, S. F., Brownell, O., Stemberger, G., Gunther, S., Just, B., Sen, A., et al. (2001). Field and boundary. Gestalt! 5(2). Retrieved August 16, 2004, from www.g-gej.org/5-2/1998field.html.
Hodges, C. (1997, January). Field theory. Unpublished manuscript presented at New York Institute for Gestalt Therapy.
Jacobs, L. (2003). Ethics of context and field: The practices of care, inclusion and openness to dialogue. British Gestalt Journal, 12(2). Also in R. Lee (Ed.), The values of connection: A relational perspective on ethics. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press.
Kleiner, R. J., & Okeke, B. I. (1991). Advances in field theory: New approaches and methods in cross-cultural research. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 22(4),509-524.
Lee, R. G. (1995). Gestalt and shame: The foundation for a clearer understanding of field dynamics. British Gestalt Journal, 4, 14-22.
Lee, R. G. (2001). Shame and support: Understanding an adolescent’s family field. In M. McConville & G. Wheeler (Eds.), The heart of development: Gestalt approaches to working with children and adolescents: Vol. 2. Adolescents. Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press.
Lewin, K. (1951). Field theory in social science: Selected theoretical papers. New York: Harper.
Lewin, K. (1952). Field theory in social science: Selected theoretical papers. London: Tavistock.
Lewin, K. (1997). Action research and minority problems. In K. Lewin. Resolving social conflicts: Psychological Assocoation. (Original work published 1948)
Mackewn, J. (1997). Developing Gestalt counselling: A field theoretical and relational model of con-temporary Gestalt counselling and psychotherapy. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
McConville, M. (2003). Lewinian field theory, adolescent development, and psychotherapy. Gestalt Review, 7(3), 213-238.
Parlett, M. (1991). Reflections on field theory. British Gestalt Journal, 1(2), 69-81.
Parlett, M. (1997). The unified field in practice. Gestalt Review, 1(1), 10-33.
Parlett, M. (2000). Creative adjustment and the global field. British Gestalt Journal, 9(1), 15-27.
Richan, W. C., & Kleiner, R. J. (1990). The social agency as a field of forces: A program evaluation strategy. In S. Wheelan, E. Pepitone, & V. Abt (Eds.), Advances in field theory (pp. 281-293). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
Roberts, A. (1999a). The field talks back: An essay on constructivism and experience. British Gestalt Journal, 8(1), 35-46.
Robine, J. M. (2001). From field to situation. In J. M. Robine (Ed.), Contact and relationship in a field perspective. Bordeaux: L’Exprimerie.
Spagnuolo Lobb, M. (2001a). From the epistemology of self to clinical specificity of Gestalt therapy. In J. M. Robine (Ed.), Contract and relationship in a filed perspective (pp. 19-65). Bordeaux: L’Exprimerie.
Stulman, J. (1972). Filed within fileds…within fileds: The methodology of pattern. New York: World Institute Council.
Ullman, D., & Wheeler, G. (Eds.). (1998). The gender field: Gestalt perspective and readings. Cambridge, MA: Gestalt Institute of Cleveland Press.
White, R. (1990). Democracy in the research team. In S. Wheelan, E. Pepitone, & V. Abt (Eds.), Advances in field theory. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
Yontef, G. (2001). Relational Gestalt therapy: What it is and what it is not. Why the adjective ‘relational’? In J. M. Robine (Ed.), Contact and relationship in a field perspective. Bordeaux: L’Exprimerie.
Sexual Issues in Psychotherapy:
Becker Renate,Women Don’t Exist;Men Don’t Either,Gestalt Review 2000
Cornell F William,The impassioned Body,British Gestalt Journal 2003
Goodman Paul,Nature Heals,Psychological Essays,A Gestalt Journal Publication 1991
Masquelier Gonyague,Gestalt therapu,Living creatively today,Retz,Paris,2002
Miller michael Vincent.The Aesteics of Sexual Love,British Gestalt Journal 2003
Melnik Jodeph,Sexual issues in Therapy Consultation and Training,Gestalt Review 2000
Moore Thomas,The Soul of Sex,Bantam Books 2003
O’Shea Leanne, The Impassioned Body,British Gestalt Journal,2003
O’Shea Leanne,Old struggles and new challenges,Gestalt Review 2000
O’shea Leanne,Sex:Some Furder Words,2000
Osho,Tantra,spiritualnost i sex,biblioteka Bagvan 1989
Osho,Tantra vrhovno saznanje,Nova Arka 2003
Resnick Stella,Gestalt Review,Gestalt international center,2004
Sheree Conrad&Milburn Michael,Seksualna Inteligencija,MI Zagreb 2004
Stanway Andrew,The joy of sexual fantasy,Carol&Graf Publishers,New York 1991
Zilbergeld Berni,Nova muska seksualnost,Rad 2003
Spirituality
Crocker, S.F. (2001) Spirituality, Dialogue, and the Phenomenological Mathod. Gestalt Vol.5, No.3.
Elkins, D.N., Hedstorm, L.J., Hughes, L.L., Leaf, J.A., Saunders, C. (1988). Toward A Humanistic-phenomenological Spirituality, Definition, Description and Measurement. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 28(4), 5-18.
Hycner, R (1988) Between Persons to Person: Toward a Dialogical Psychotherapy. New York: The Gestalt Journal Press.
Hycner, R. & Jacobs, L. (1995) The Healing Relationship in Gestalt Therapy – A Dialogical/self Psychology Approach. The Gestalt Journal Press.
Joyce, P. & Sills, C. (2001) Skills in Gestalt Counselling and Psychotherapy. London: SAGE Publications. Ltd.
Kennedy, D. (1998) Gestalt: A point of departure for a personal spirituality. British Gestalt Journal 7 (2):88-89.
Melnick, J. (2006) Editorial Gestalt Review, 10(1): 2-5.
Murray S. (1995) Gestalt and Spirituality an interview available: http://partnering.inet.net.nz/a/spirit.htm
Naranjo, O. (1993) Gestalt Therapy. The Attitude and Practice of an A theoretical Experimentalisation. Gateways/IDHHB Pub.
PArlett, M. (1991) Reflections on Field Theory. British Gestalt Journal 1:68-91.
Parlett, M. (1997) The Unified Field Theory in Practice Gestalt Review 1:16-33.
Perls, F. Hefferline, R.F. and Goodman, P. (1951) Gestalt Therapy: Excitement and Growth in the Human Personality. Souvenir Press.
Purcell-lee, C. (2000) Dialogue and Being. Gestalt! An electronic journal [on-line] Vol.4: No.2 July 2000, Available: www.g-gej.org/4-2/purcelll.html
Wilber, K. (2000a) Integral Psychology: Consciousness, Spirit, Psychology, Therapy. Boston: Shambala.
Williams, L. (2006) Spirituality and Gestalt: A Gestalt-Transpersonal Perspective. Gestalt Review 10 (1); 6-21.
Wolfert, R. (2000) The Spiritual Dimension of Gestalt Therapy. Gestalt! An electronic journal [on-line], Vol.4: No.3 Available: www.g-gej.org/4-3/spiritual.html
Yontef, G.M. (1993) Awareness, dialogue and Process. Essays on Gestalt therapy. The Gestalt Journal Press