Author: Gary M. Yontef
Publisher: The Gestalt Journal Press
Edited by high caliber experts, and contributed to by quality researchers and practitioners in psychology and related fields. Includes over 500 topical entries Each entry features suggested readings and extensive cross-referencing Accessible to students and general readers Edited by two outstanding scholars and clinicians
Preface to the 1998 edition of Awareness, dialogue and process. The Gestalt Journal, 22(1), 9—20. THoMAs A. GLAss, PH.D. Clinical Psychologist Private Practice Honolulu, Hawaii See also: Psychotherapy; Gestalt Psychology ...
Author: W. Edward Craighead
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
This book brings together experts from within and outside Africa to discuss the current status of biotechnology in southern Africa, the conceptual framework for multistakeholder dialogues, the political and ethical issues surrounding biotechnology, food safety and consumer issues, biosafety, intellectual property rights, and trade involving genetically modified foods.
Greater awareness, dialogue, and consensus on alternative institutional and organizational arrangements for governing biotechnology are also needed. Working toward solutions will be easier if participants use a process of "joint ...
Author: Steven Were Omamo
Publisher: Intl Food Policy Res Inst
'Through different voices and styles of contributions, including papers, edited talks and panel discussion, this collection explores and applies the principles of relational transactional analysis. It sets them in social, cultural and political contexts, and considers a number of important implications of this particular relational turn in psychotherapy. The book advances relational transactional analyses and, in doing so, reflects the creativity and vibrancy of contemporary TA. The editors have skilfully brought together different generations of TA practitioners in an accessible and stimulating volume. I commend the editors and highly recommend the book.'- Dr Keith Tudor, author of a number of books and co-author of the article "Co-creative transactional analysis" in the Transactional Analysis Journal. He is Associate Professor, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, Aotearoa, New Zealand.
In: The Maturational Processes and the Facilitating Environment: Studies in the Theory of Emotional Development (pp. 140–152). ... Awareness, Dialogue and Process. ... Index activity of relatedness 177 actual neurosis 264 adult awareness.
Author: Heather Fowlie
The rapid worldwide growth in migration, asylum seekers and refugees and reactions to this, the expansion of media and technology, political and economic changes at international and local levels are both challenges and opportunities for research in applied linguistics. This book presents 23 articles by key researchers exploring the ways in which applied linguistics can play a role making a difference in people’s lives. It is a timely publication when access to powerful discourses is increasingly an issue for many of the world’s populations. The book showcases the contribution of applied linguists working in such areas as language teaching and learning, policy development, discourse analysis, language assessment, language development and bilingualism in the UK, Asia and Australasia. The book is aimed at teachers, teacher educators, undergraduate and postgraduate students who are working in the areas of the applied linguistics and language education, but also to anyone with an interest in language and the impact that it has on our lives. “The whole idea is that so many of us live our lives applying linguistics and yet we don’t even think about it”. – Shirley Brice Heath, in Heath and Kramsch (2004, 82): Individuals, Institutions and the Uses of Literacy: Shirley Brice Heath and Claire Kramsch in Conversation. Journal of Applied Linguistics, 1(1):75-94.
It is this process of dialogue towards self-awareness, we argue, that the development of an intercultural capability entails. The collaborative methodology thus sought to ensure that lecturers and students developed an intercultural ...
Author: Honglin Chen
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Category: Foreign Language Study
First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Psychoanalytic Dialogues , 4 ( 3 ) , 317-345 . Stolorow , R. D .. ... The maturational processes and the facilitating environment : Studies in the theory of emotional development . ... Awareness , dialogue and process .
Author: Richard G. Erskine
Publisher: Psychology Press
The author of Personality Disorders: a Gestalt Therapy Perspective proposes a revision of Perls, Hefferline and Goodman's Theory of the Self in a way that brings it closer to contemporary issues in in the area of Personality Disorders. Understanding splitting and projective identification that chronically lead to experiential impasses, is an essential feature of the psychotherapy of the more severe personality disorders. In order to do so within the Gestalt framework, the author integrates certain developmental concepts fromobject relations theory, especially those put forth by W.R.D. Fairbairn (1954).This revised developmental perspective leads to an Object Relational Gestalt Therapy, in which the here-and-now therapeutic relationship is related to the there-and-then of the developmental past, as well as to the there-and-now of the client's current life situation. This text contains the integral version of the author's doctoral thesis.
Awareness, dialogue and process. Highland, NY: The Gestalt Journal Publications. Zarcone, V. (1984). Gestalt techniques in a therapeutic community for the treatment of addicts. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 16:43–46. Zazzo, R. (1988).
Author: Gilles Delisle
This master-class-in-a-book is designed to guide teachers of mindfulness-based interventions (MBI) in continuing to develop more competence while raising global standards of practice and pedagogy. Starting with the central yet elusive concept of stewardship, it then expands upon the core components of MBI pedagogy. A series of reflective essays by MBI teachers from around the world foregrounds differences and challenges in meeting participants “where they are.” Such reflections are both inspiring and thought-provoking for teachers —wherever they are. The book also provides practical guidance and tools for adjusting teaching style and content for special populations, from chronic pain patients to trauma survivors, from health care professionals to clergy, and including many others. Detailed scripts and practices, ready to adopt and adapt, offer opportunities to explore new directions in the classroom, and to continue the life-long development of the teacher. Included in the coverage: Deepening teachers’ skills of guidance of meditation practices Insights into the essential practice of inquiry and dialogue with participants New practices that allow participants to explore mindfulness together in a spoken encounter How to keep up with, review, and make clear to participants the range of scientific evidence supporting the MBIs The breadth of practical insights and hands-on strategies makes Resources for Teaching Mindfulness a unique developmental asset for a wide range of practitioners around the world. Among those who will benefit are physicians and other medical practitioners, health and clinical psychologists, marriage and family therapists, nurses, clinical social workers, physical and occupational therapists, health educators, and organizational development specialists.
We see psychotherapy as a specialized process aimed at treating mental health challenges or problems. We sometimes ask potential MBSR candidates ... Dialogue and inquiry is grounded in present centered awareness. Dialogue and inquiry is ...
Author: Donald McCown
dialogue and Macro processes that mobilize commitment Lessons in facilitating moments of shared awareness, meetings of dialogue and macro processes that mobilize commitment The facilitator is aware of multiple dimensions simultaneously: ...
Author: Thomas F. Gross
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Category: Business & Economics
"Equally useful for students, teachers, and practitioners, the Social Workers' Desk Reference provides comprehensive information on all of the various aspects of social work. Topics covered within the 146 chapters include crisis management, family therapy
recognizes the importance of awareness and genu- ine contact to mental health and happiness . Learn- ing these skills helps the ... Resistance to awareness : A Gestalt therapy perspective . ... Awareness , dialogue and process .
Author: Albert R. Roberts
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA