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Unread April 13th, 2005, 07:06 AM
Phil Brownell Phil Brownell is offline
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Default Re: Defining Spirituality - A Gestalt therapy perspective

Just so it does not get lost, I invite people interested in this thread to consult "A More Complete Spiritual Gestalt" elsewhere in the current postings on this forum. As a kind of follow up to that, about 35 Gestalt theorists from Europe, the United States, and Israel met in Antwerp this month (April 2005) for the Roots of Gestalt Therapy Conference II, and for the entire opening session we discussed the theistic roots of Gestalt therapy. There will be an issue of Gestalt Review coming up in which several authors explore spirituality with this kind of increasing depth and balance.

Philip Brownell, M.Div., Psy.D.
Sr. Editor, Gestalt! (www.g-gej.org)
Clinical Psychologist, Bermuda
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