เนื้อหาของบทความนี้จะพูดถึงgestalt หากคุณกำลังเรียนรู้เกี่ยวกับgestaltมาสำรวจกันกับSelf Directed CEในหัวข้อgestaltในโพสต์Gestalt in a Nutshellนี้.

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Gestalt in a Nutshell

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#Gestalt #Nutshell.

Gestalt Therapy,Phenomenology,Field Theory,Gestalt experiment,Relational psychotherapy,Relational Gestalt.

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Gestalt in a Nutshell.

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  1. Colin Bowman says:

    Excellent. Understanding delivered in a nutshell, just as promised. Beginning to get a feel for gestalt.
    Questions. If I capitalise Gestalt, would that refer to a the modality in an okay way. Is there such a conceptualised thing as "a" gestalt.
    Regards the latter question, I get this sense of a gestalt as a life-event sprite. An event in its aspect of needing to be completed. A sprite in the sense that the life-event leaves something moving in you, that is an amalgam of thought and emotion and all else that move intelligently in a human being.

  2. Scholastic Vibrations says:

    I always think it's funny that so many people who were taught their whole lives to gather evidence through the scientific process of elimination just to piece the components together to get the concept that just comes like second nature to the rare few like myself that see the whole concept before the evidence is gathered.

    You're right in the beginning of the video to say that it's a coming together of past, and present information into the present. But, based on my experience, and comparing experiences with other natural born Gestalt thinkers, if we think, or someone asks us a question, we see a whole flood of images, and word files that coalesce into a very detailed summary in a matter of seconds; it looks like a Powerpoint slide presentation is always streaming in our mind's eye.

    The academic, and corporate word admires, and despises Gestalt thinkers at the same time because they can't control us, nor easily make us conform to their linear, evidence based gathering system of thoughts. Professors, teachers, bosses, admire that you have the concept, but it's a pain in the ass both to them, and to you to have to in reverse go find the evidence whether through academically cited source materials or elsewhere when everyone's still assembling that. Your superiors thus, have a harder time believing you since your mind skips over that preferred assembly line pathology (And you can thank Descartes for that hostile intellectual closedmindedness and/or snobbery towards any other thought process).

    In conclusion, I don't believe any Gestalt thinker doesn't sometimes think that it's a burden they wouldn't wish on anyone. You still think it's a gift that you want to try to learn? It's not. It's only a "gift" to you because you can at least turn it off when you want, and go back to your linear evidence based thought processes. I can't turn it off.

  3. Uldis Segliņš says:

    0:13 We bring past, ok. We bring future – WTF?
    0:30 Nothing yet about the subject matter
    0:40 We do something different
    0:45 Awareness, ok, that might be something
    0:57 Dialogue between the leader and the patient. OK, could be valuable, though I am sceptical, as nothing about me is there yet, still sounds like preparing me for a cult. If not, what then?
    1:10 Dialogue is an excuse that you are not an expert. This makes you feel ok to talk round and round and not say anything. If you are a doctor, you KNOW what you know and what you not yet know. What you not know yet, you do not give false hopes about. What you know about, you give specific statements about. When you make it a dialogue, nobody knows anything and you make false hopes. That is what sects do.
    1:29 Yes, that builds relationship, trust. But based on what? Fantasy!
    1:42 Therapeutic relationship is a predictor of success? Are you sure of what you say? Or is it just another softening cushion to make you more trustable. Feel good environment does not mean truth.
    1:54 Field. Gestalt is about field. But you did not define what a field is. Field sounds large. Just as aura sounds holistic. Just as awareness sounds seeing everything. There are many fields. There is a potato field, maize field, magnetic field. The word is interpretable and you are using it to PLUCK people! I am not a scientist, I have emotions, so I am free to say it.
    2:01 Century. Sounds important. So you try to pluck some credits for your mindpluck idea? Do you?
    2:15 Give the sense of interconnectedness. Yes, absolutely. That is your goal with your ideology.
    2:35 What is the interconnected focus of the field? You talk just like another politician. Say a lot but have no meaning.
    2:50 We do experiment. It is fun. If you say that, you have to provide at least a tiny bit of information, what you do. That comes before the word experiment.
    2:58 Bring all challenging thing into present. How do you do that? In relationship. What does that say? That you use a lot of words and have no meaning. You cheat people!
    3:10 That is a gestalt in a nutshell. Yeah, just replace the word with any bad word. You have not given any explanation what so ever.
    Your call next, do you have REAL and factual objections to my notes? Real, factual proof to your bullshit Alice in wonderland story?

  4. Justincrediblelife says:

    Thankyou this is brilliantly articulated! I was looking for a quick summary to bring the concepts together for my counselling studies and this is potent. Will watch it a few times and pass it onto colleagues. Appreciate it.

  5. Juan Fernando Montes says:

    I’ve heard that gestalt has not delivered the goods and that in most cases it has been detrimental. Any comments about that? (To the professionals)

  6. Frankie Lerma says:

    I'm a student in social work, currently taking a class in group facilitation techniques. The authors seem to use Gestalt Therapy frequently, so I came on here.

  7. Lewin de la Motte-Hall says:

    Thank you. For me Gestalt therapy is one of the most powerful ways of moving stuck emotions and giving insight into how I can get caught in unhealthy patterns of relationship. love the video!

  8. Özlem Güler says:

    Thankyou for such a clear and concise introduction. I'm studying therapeutic arts practice and I can now see how it's influenced by gestalt therapy. This makes me want to learn more!

  9. Crypto lith says:

    You really broke it down in a nutshell and added more clarity to my understanding. The term, Interconnectedness, resonated with me the most. Your explanation helped me to think differently about how I will use Field Theory to frame my doctoral research and interviews for my study. Thanks!

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