It was a pleasant surprise for me to find Gestalt therapists and Gestalt psychologists in constructive dialogue on this forum. After Mary Henle had written her demolishing critical article about Gestalt therapy (I think it is somewhere around in the WWW) it seemed not possible for a long time to get something constructive going between Gestalt therapy and Gestalt psychology.
So if find it extremely useful that there seems to be something done about this unnecessary and unproductive chasm between these two important schools of thought which have so much in common (both ideas and problems I think).
Thank you Gerhard for putting in some energy in that. Especially your last replys to Mercedes' questions seem to be very clarifying and useful for me. I hope this will go on.