We started life in the home of one of our founders – Ursula Faussett, who with Peggy Sherno and Judith Leary-Tanner, formed The Gestalt Centre in 1980, as the first UK training programme for gestalt psychotherapists.
A review of Mending the World‚ A Social Healing Interventions by Gestalt Practitioners Worldwide.
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‘Perls trained as a neurologist at major medical institutions and as a Freudian psychoanalyst in Berlin and Vienna, the most important international centers of the discipline in his day. He worked as a training analyst for several years with the official recognition of the International Psychoanalytic Association (IPA) and must be considered an experienced clinician.’
Margaret Rosemary established her practice as a Gestalt Psychotherapist in Sheffield in 1991, (www.gestaltinsheffield.co.uk). She is UKCP registered and an accredited member of GPTI. Her previous 20-year career was in teaching and she was a Head of Department of Modern Languages. She has three children and six grandchildren.
We started life in 1988 out of a group of practitioners interested in the Gestalt approach who had been working separately in the area (although John Bernard Harris and myself had previously been working together for a couple of years as Changes Manchester).
Reading Dave Mann: 10 Responses
This was a difficult book to review, and also a welcome challenge. In essence, this is an overview of Gestalt therapy in 100 mini-chapters of two or three pages each. My inner-tabloid would bill it 'a thought-provoking romp through the heartland of a powerful and often misunderstood approach to therapy'.