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‘’Just as love is an orientation which refers to all objects and is incompatible with the restriction to one object, so is reason a human faculty which must embrace the whole of the world with which man is confronted.’’ Erich Fromm


Pigs Eat Wolves: Going Into Partnership With Your Dark Side

Charles Bates
Author: Charles Bates
Publishing house: Yes International Publishers
Year: 2002
Bates (Ransoming the Mind) reminds readers of the importance of fairy tales as ``the metaphors and poetry of the human psyche.'' Specifically, he contends that in the story of ``The Three Little Pigs''.

Gestalt Approach: An Introduction For Managers And Trainers

Tony Clark, Neil Fraser
Author: Tony Clark, Neil Fraser
Publishing house: Roffey Park Management College
Year: 1987
A book that aims "to provide a brief introduction to interested people who had no knowledge or particular interest in the broader areas of humanistic psychology or therapy." An excellent nontechnical introduction to the Gestalt approach.

Fritz Perls (Key Figures In Counselling And Psychotherapy Series)

Professor Petruska Clarkson, Ms Jennifer Mackewn
Author: Professor Petruska Clarkson, Ms Jennifer Mackewn
Publishing house: Sage
Year: 1992
Fritz Perls was the co-founder of Gestalt Therapy, which is based on a holistic view of people and their relationship to the environment. A radical and refreshing challenge to psychoanalysis, Gestalt remains one of the most important and influential approaches in counselling.

Gestalt Counselling In Action (Counselling In Action Series)

Professor Petruska Clarkson
Author: Professor Petruska Clarkson
Publishing house: Sage
Year: 1989
The book, like others in the series, follows the temporal sequence of clinical practice following an introduction to the fundermentals of the Gestalt approach.
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