In Search of Good Form: Gestalt Therapy with Couples and by Joseph C. Zinker

By Joseph C. Zinker

With In seek of excellent Form, Joseph Zinker emphasizes seeing and being with as keys to a phenomenological process during which therapist and sufferer co-create and together articulate their very own stories and meanings. He considers Gestalt box conception, the Gestalt interactive cycle, and Gestalt thoughts.

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It is only when the "no" is seen, recognized, and appreciated that the "yes" becomes accessible to the entire family. 32 Like Bowen, we attend to the balance of power, to the cooperative creation of individual pathology, and to the intricate connections of triangles within couples and families. Like Bowen, we recognize that a given family can change but that drastic changes in families may take several generations. We like to work with at least several generations at a time: mothers and sons, granddads and grandchildren, aunts and their elders, and so on.

Whereas in the first instance I do to myself what I want to do to you, in the second case, I give myself what I want you to give to me (like stroking my hair, holding my hand, and so on). J. Kepner (1987), Body process: A Gestalt approach to working with the body in psychotherapy (New York: Gardener Press). See also M. Schiffman (1971), Gestalt self therapy andfurther techniques for personal growth (Berkeley, CA: Wingbow Press). J. Zinker&S. Nevis (1981), The gestalt theory of couple andfamily interactions, Gestalt Institute of Cleveland working paper, Cleveland, OH.

Whereas in the first instance I do to myself what I want to do to you, in the second case, I give myself what I want you to give to me (like stroking my hair, holding my hand, and so on). J. Kepner (1987), Body process: A Gestalt approach to working with the body in psychotherapy (New York: Gardener Press). See also M. Schiffman (1971), Gestalt self therapy andfurther techniques for personal growth (Berkeley, CA: Wingbow Press). J. Zinker&S. Nevis (1981), The gestalt theory of couple andfamily interactions, Gestalt Institute of Cleveland working paper, Cleveland, OH.

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