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The Healing Relationship in Gestalt Therapy : A Dialogic - Self-Psychology Approach
Hycner, Richard and Lynne Jacobs
Gestalt Journal Press / Softcover / 1995-11-01 / 0939266253
Gestalt Therapy / Self Psychology / Intersubjectivity
price: $54.95
280 pages
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Erving & Miriam Polster, directors of The Gestalt Training Center - San Diego, say of this book: "Rich Hycner and Lynne Jacobs, representing a new generation of Gestalt therapists, have written a rich book expanding the implications of Gestalt therapy principles. In addition, the examples they use from their own therapeutic practice are warmed by the humanity and sensitivity that pervades their work."
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