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Restructuring implicational meaning through memory-based imagery: Some historical notes
This paper provides a historical perspective on the recent increase in the clinical application of imagery techniques to restructure systems of implicational meaning that drive emotional distress or self-defeating behaviors. Janet's early application of such techniques was largely ig...
Working with stories in nursing research: procedures used in narrative analysis.
This paper describes the procedures undertaken in a qualitative study that used nurses' stories to examine the influence of Gestalt therapy training on the professional practice of psychiatric nurses. The paper places narrative research methodologies within a nursing context before introducing narra...
Integrative perspectives. Cognitive-behavioral therapy and metaphor.
A combination of gestalt therapy, Rosen Body Work, and Cranio Sacral therapy did not help in chronic whiplash-associated disorders (WAD)--re...
Gestalt psychology: the forgotten paradigm in abnormal psychology.
We conclude that Gestalt theory is a viable theoretical framework from which to understand schizophrenia. Specifically, it appears that a breakdown of Gestalt organizational processes may characterize both the cognitive and the brain processes in schizophrenia....
Use of letter writing as a means of integrating an altered body image: a case study.
Described in a case study presentation, letter writing was found to assist female patients with recurrent breast cancer in adjusting to reconstruction of lost breasts. IMPLICATIONS FOR NURSING: Nurses can use letter writing as a means of assisting patients through the grief process associated with b...
Selection of psychotherapeutic treatment for adjustment disorder with depressive mood due to acute myocardial infarction.
We used a quasi-experimental design for four groups with three evaluations each, which we carried out at three Mexican Social Security Institute (IMSS) hospitals in the metropolitan zone of Mexico City. We conducted a random test of 144 patients of both genders between 30 and 60 years of age diagnos...
Mind's response to the body's betrayal: Gestalt/Existential therapy for clients with chronic or life-threatening illnesses.
We look at the subjective mind/body experiences that clients have of their illness and how their lives are impacted by their illness. As psychotherapists, we address their existential distress, pain, body experience, thoughts, and feelings, as well as their efforts to cope or find meaning in their i...
Klaus Conrad (1905-1961).
Klaus Conrad (1905-1961) was an internationally known figure in the field of neuropsychology and psychopathology. He applied Gestalt psychology to give a better understanding of the aphasias, the symptomatic psychoses and incipient schizophrenia.
Resolving unfinished business: relating process to outcome.
This study related the process of the resolution of unfinished business with a significant other to therapeutic outcome in a population of 26 clients who suffered from various forms of interpersonal problems and childhood maltreatment. Clients were treated in emotion-focused, experiential therapy wi...