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Author: Sylvia Fleming Crocker
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Title: A Well-Lived Life: Essays in Gestalt Therapy
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Publisher: Analytic Press (August 1999)
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A Well-Lived Life: Essays in Gestalt Therapy by Sylvia Fleming Crocker



She is firmly rooted in Gestalt Therapy's 'phenomenological behaviorism, " but at the same time offers us a model for assessing and working with self functions which is remarkably creative, and represents an important new contribution to the field. And throughout the text, interpolated between her provocative theoretical formulations, we encounter Crocker the clinician - moving straight ahead, getting right at the issue, making sense, and all the while, concretely instructive regarding the nature of the work

A Well-Lived Life is an original and challenging book for both students and practitioners of Gestalt therapy!" Iris Fodor, P. New York University. trained at the Gestalt Institute of Los Angeles and in Europe. A founding member of the Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy, she chaired its Theory Development Committee for six years.

A WELL-LIVED LIFE Essays in Gestalt Therapy CONTENTS FOREWORD by Deborah Ullman INTRODUCTION by Judith and George Brown AUTHOR'S PREFACE PROLOGUE v 1 5 PART ONE: AN APPROACH TO HUMAN CHANGE Essay 1: "The Unity of Theory and Method in Gestalt Therapy" An Overview of Gestalt Therapy The Human Organism The biological field Theory of the organism Contact Whole-making. Sylvia Fleming Crocker on this book. 1999 11 How hungry I always am when offered a plate of discourse on Gestalt ideas. to work with Dr. methodology. Just as a holistic perspective supports a life of integrated affect and cognition.

I have written numerous articles as well as a book, A Well-Lived Life: Essays in Gestalt Therapy (1999, GIC Press), a comprehensive treatment of Gestalt therapy’s theory, methods, and underlying values. Because I am deeply convinced of the richness and power of Gestalt therapy, I intend to devote increasing amounts of my time to training others in the theory and methods of Gestalt therapy, and to furthering Gestalt’s impact on the wider mental health field. Gestalt therapy draws on both of these meanings. who-often simultaneously-live bodily, cognitively, emotionally, purposively, aesthetically, spiritually, interpersonally, socially, and economically.

Sylvia Crocker's A Well-Lived Life is a work of a daring and creative thinker, offering a bold reconceptualization of Gestalt therapy that extends all the way from its philosophical foundation to the nuances of its clinical application. In a series of essays, Sylvia Crocker brings her philosophical mind to present a comprehensive framework for Gestalt therapy. She integrates our original theoretical underpinnings with additional insights from human development and a wide range of other contemporary theories (ranging from chaos theory to spirituality). She provides a rich perspective which expands our basic theoretical and clinical framework and provides a positive Gestalt model for mental health.

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Author: Crocker, Sylvia Fleming. Publication Date:1999-07-13. ISBN-13:9780881633191. Number of Pages:361 Pages. Books Dimensions:212 x 140 x 21 mm. Format of ebooks: PDF(Acrobat Reader) or Word version doc Document. A bold reconceptualization of Gestalt therapy that extends all the way from its philosophical foundation to the nuances of its clinical application. The author exposes the depth and power of Gestalt therapy's field theoretical model, capturing a range of human psychological phenomena.

Reviews: 2
Onath
-the author brings insight and opens doors to new paradigms- has a very refined understanding of Gestalt-highly recommended for those interested in how we live and grow
Daiktilar
As a therapist who is new to the Gestalt, I have found this text to be a wonderful introduction into the philosophical underpinnings of Gestalt. Dr. Crocker is a philosopher by training, and she writes with a clear philosopher's hand - using language precisely, defining terms and using metaphor to help the reader understand complex phenomena. As a trained therapist, she also provides some good clinical case examples to illuminate her discussion.
If you like philosophy, and are interested in Gestalt therapy, I would recommend this book. If you are interested in phenomenology, I would also recommend this book.
I believe that this book is one that I will re-read in the future, and each re-reading will help me understand Gestalt at a deeper level.