The BGJ over the years has grown to be a valuable archive of seminal articles on Gestalt theory and practice, some of which are perennially in demand from students and training institutes.
Until recently, a number of back issues were out of print and popular articles from them could only be obtained from Caroline Hutcheon in Bristol who would make copies to order.
The entire archive is now accessible as digital downloads for a small fee per item. These however are the 20 most asked for articles from the previously out-of print issues and together they comprise a cross-section of some of the best writing in Gestalt therapy over the past two decades.
Click on the links below to buy the journals:
Martin Buber’s ‘I-Thou’ and Fragile Self Organisation: A Contribution to Couples Therapy
ELEANOR O’LEARY: Empathy in the Person Centred and Gestalt Approaches Commentary
MALCOLM PARLETT: Towards a More Lewinian Gestalt Therapy
SALLY D. MERIAN: The Use of Gestalt Therapy with Clients Suffering from Bulimia
Compulsion and Curiosity: A Gestalt Approach to Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Shame in Two Paradigms of Therapy
Shame in Therapeutic Dialogue
REINHARD FUHR and MARTINA GREMMLER-FUHR:
Shame In Teaching/Learning Settings: A Gestalt Approach
RICHARD G. ERSKINE:
a Gestalt Therapy Approach to Shame and Self-Righteousness: Theory and Methods
Supervision from a Gestalt Therapy Perspective
Attachment Theory: Some Implications for Gestalt Therapy
When Insight Hurts: Gestalt Therapy and the Narcissistically-Vulnerable Client
Coming Out: Adolescent and Gay/Lesbian/Bisexual Identity
Daniel Stern: A Developmental Theory for Gestalt