Human Interactions Walter Ribeiro

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Published: August 26th 2012

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138 pages


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Human Interactions  by  Walter Ribeiro

Human Interactions by Walter Ribeiro
August 26th 2012 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 138 pages | ISBN: | 8.36 Mb

Walter F.R. Ribeiro pioneered the development of Gestalt therapy in South America. As his experience and wisdom grew, he began paying special attention to the relationship of the thinking of Alice Miller and Maurice Merleau-Ponty to Gestalt therapyMoreWalter F.R.

Ribeiro pioneered the development of Gestalt therapy in South America. As his experience and wisdom grew, he began paying special attention to the relationship of the thinking of Alice Miller and Maurice Merleau-Ponty to Gestalt therapy theory. This book explores this relationship. He also includes the only extensive examination of the clinical application of Beisser’s “Paradoxical Theory of Change” appearing published to date.Here is what Lynne Jacobs, coauthor of THE HEALING RELATIONSHIP IN GESTALT THERAPY and a founder of the Pacific Gestalt Institute, writes in her introduction to this book .

. .Ribiero [is] considered by many to be the father of Gestalt therapy and theory in Brazil. He has certainly nurtured the Brazilian Gestalt therapy baby from its earliest days onward with care, with dedication, with education and training, with exhortation and argument, and finally, with the shining quality of his presence. Brazil now has a thriving Gestalt community, richly diverse in thought and practice, alive with the squabbles and rivalries and loves of an extended family, one that owes a debt to this man and his writings.

These inspiring writings are finally making their way to the English-speaking Gestalt world in the September of his life.



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