Gestalt in a Nutshell

Gestalt in a Nutshell

Contemporary Gestalt therapy described in 3 minutes by Steve Vinay Gunther

What is Gestalt Therapy?

What is Gestalt Therapy?

This video describes Gestalt Therapy. Gestalt Therapy was developed by Fritz Perls. Gestalt Therapy emphasizes awareness of self, the body, and the environment. Disturbances with “contact boundaries” could lead difficult interacting with the environment. The “five layers of neuroses” (phony, phobic, impasse, implosive, explosive) could be stripped away through Gestalt Therapy and an individual could be more authentic. Unexpressed feelings (unfinished business) and not taking responsibility could also lead to symptoms according to Gestalt Therapy. Gestalt Therapy has several techniques including confrontation, which is one of the more controversial techniques. Gestalt Therapy is focused on the here and now. The empty chair and two chair techniques are particularly popular in Gestalt Therapy and are versions of “self-dialogue.” Role-playing and enactment are sometimes used in Gestalt Therapy as well. Many of the Gestalt Therapy techniques are integrated into a number of other therapeutic modalities.

Getting Help - Psychotherapy: Crash Course Psychology #35

Getting Help - Psychotherapy: Crash Course Psychology #35

You can directly support Crash Course at http://www.subbable.com/crashcourse Subscribe for as little as $0 to keep up with everything we're doing. Also, if you can afford to pay a little every month, it really helps us to continue producing great content. *** So, you know you'd like to get help with some problematic behavior (like fear of flying). What do you do? Who can you go to for help? Once you've gone, what can you expect? In this episode of Crash Course Psychology, Hank talks about what "Getting Help" can look like. If you are currently in need of help: http://www.mentalhealth.gov/get-help/ -- Table of Contents: Major Types of Psychotherapy 00:00 Psychodynamic Therapy 01:14 Freud's Psychoanalysis 01:28 Existential-Humanist Therapy 03:45 Roger's Client-Centered Focus 04:20 Behavior & Cognitive Therapies 06:00 Group and Family Therapy 09:48 -- Want to find Crash Course elsewhere on the internet? Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/YouTubeCrashCourse Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/TheCrashCourse Tumblr - http://thecrashcourse.tumblr.com Support CrashCourse on Subbable: http://subbable.com/crashcourse

Gestalt Therapy - Frtiz Perls - ASWB, NCE, NCMHCE, MFT Exam Prep and Review

Gestalt Therapy - Frtiz Perls - ASWB, NCE, NCMHCE, MFT Exam Prep and Review

Pass your exam the first time with these helpful hints. Try a free full length practice exam at http://www.licensureexams.com.

Why emotions are important

Why emotions are important

Professor Robert Elliot of the University of Strathclyde discusses why emotions are important and how we can get stuck in our emotions. This video is part of Robert Elliott's DVD, Understanding Emotion-Focused Therapy, which can be purchased or rented from http://www.cpcab.co.uk/shop/understanding-emotion-focused-therapy-dvd

Gestalt Principles of Perception - With Examples

Gestalt Principles of Perception - With Examples

http://www.ThePsychFiles.com Here's the full version of episode 31 of The Psych Files podcast in which I show examples of the principles of proximity, closure, similarith and others. For more free psychology audio and video, visit my podcast!

Albert Ellis: A Guide to Rational Living - Thinking Allowed DVD w/ Jeffrey Mishlove

Albert Ellis: A Guide to Rational Living - Thinking Allowed DVD w/ Jeffrey Mishlove

NOTE: This is an excerpt from the full 90-minute DVD. http://www.thinkingallowed.com/2aellis.html Working to change your personal philosophy is a valid therapeutic technique -- one which can lead to genuine growth. Behavior, emotion and cognition, says Albert Ellis, are all interrelated. He tells us how to recognize irrational belief patterns based on "musts" and "shoulds." He then presents methods for self-analysis and therapy. Dr. Ellis discusses and demonstrates the modeling approach, the use of humor, the use of cognitive homework, unconditional acceptance of clients, the use of strong language and dealing with low frustration tolerance. In a moving manner, he also describes the application of these principles in his own life experience. (A DVD program in two parts) Born in 1913, Albert Ellis, Ph.D., was one of the most influential figures in the history of psychology. He is author of over 600 academic papers and more than 50 books including A Guide to Rational Living, How to Live with a Neurotic, Humanistic Psychotherapy, The Art and Science of Love and Sex Without Guilt. Dr. Ellis is considered the grandfather of cognitive behavior therapy, the founder of Rational-Emotive Therapy (RET) and one of the architects of the sexual revolution.

Is My Therapist Good or Not? 12 Questions a Former Psychotherapist Asks

Is My Therapist Good or Not?  12 Questions a Former Psychotherapist Asks

http://wildtruth.net So many people have asked me this question over the years. I want to break the mystery of what goes on behind the closed doors of therapy in order to help people decide better for themselves the quality of their therapist. I hope this helps!

Bowenian Therapy

Bowenian Therapy

Dr. Kirk Honda made a quick video about Bowenian Theory. The Psychology In Seattle Podcast. Jan 16, 2015. Email: Contact@PsychologyInSeattle.com List of all episodes: https://psychologyinseattle.squarespace.com/list-of-episodes Become a patron of our podcast by going to https://www.patreon.com/PsychologyInSeattle Music by Bread Knife Incident.

Interviewreihe Gestalttherapie SD

Interviewreihe Gestalttherapie SD

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