The Relational Change Newsletter
Links to Relational Change Social Media Sites
These social media sites are an important way to stay in touch with the Relational Change Community. Please do visit, comment and share!
Links to Other Useful Sites
The Relational Center in Los Angeles, California
The Relational Center was founded in 2007 by Mark Fairfield. Their mission is to lead a shift to a culture that values empathy, diversity and interdependency, amongst other initiatives they offer a radical training in Community Gestalt Therapy (CGT).
International Association for Gestalt in Organisations (INTAGIO)
INTAGIO has as its purpose to further develop the theory, methodology and practice of Gestalt in organisations (GIO) as an independent and unique contribution to the societies in which we live, work and die as existential beings in the world.
European Association for Gestalt Therapy (EAGT)
EAGT was founded in 1985, with the aim of gathering European individual Gestalt therapists, Training Institutes and National Associations, of promoting Gestalt therapy in Europe, combining and exchanging knowledge and resources, fostering a high professional standard for Gestalt therapy and encouraging research. EAGT offers specialist qualifications in both Gestalt psychotherapy and Organisational Practice.
The Deep Democracy Institute
The Deep Democracy Institute is a think-tank working throughout the world, developing ideas and learning through leadership training and seminars.
Amy and Arny Mindell
Amy and Arny Mindell are founders of Process Oriented Psychology with many articles on the diverse applications of Process Work.
Gestalt in Organisations
This is a moderated linkedIn discussion forum (you are invited to join) for sharing thoughts and ideas around how Gestalt informs our work in organisational settings.
Gestalt News & Notes
Gestalt News is a site providing a variety of Gestalt based resources and events.
David Lines & Associates Gestalt Blog
The DLA's Gestalt Blog is a collection of the reflections and thinking of coach, consultant and Relational Change Associate, David Lines and invited guests.