Gestalt Therapy

Gestalt is a worldwide alternative therapeutic movement that Fritz and Laura Perls and Paul Goodman created in the mid-20th century using a variety of sources (phenomenology, existentialism, Gestalt psychology, psychoanalysis, field theory, Zen Buddhism). It is also clear from the list that only one element of Gestalt therapy is perhaps the better known Gestalt psychology (Gestalt psychology), which dealt with perception in Germany in the 1920s.

Gestalt therapy helps people to live richer and more enjoyable lives, to see their situation more clearly, to discover their potential and to take responsibility for living that potential – that is, to take responsibility for their happiness. The focus is on the here-and-now experience – respecting that as many of us as there are realities. The therapist is not involved in the process as an objective expert: an important element of therapy is the relationship between therapist and client that is manifested in this relationship, and the process of co-creation. It also differs from traditional therapies in that the emphasis is not (only) on the verbal, it works with the body, with movement, with so-called “experiments”;, i.e. we don’t just talk about it, we try it out, we live it here and there. He looks at the issues brought by the client not as a disease or a problem to be solved, but as a phenomenon, and looks for how they are involved in the system.

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