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Articles & Papers on Psychotherapy
When the Therapist Falls, by Christine Dukes – published in New Gestalt Voices, Edition 2, January 2018, p8-20. This Paper explores existential falling and groundlessness following bereavement. It draws on the 'liminal space model' (Denham- Vaughan S, 2010), and Perl’s 'five-layer model' (1969) as a support for transitioning an impasse into a place of transformation and emergent self.
In Dialogue with Sally Denham-Vaughan, by V. Edmond – published in the Gestalt Journal of Australia and New Zealand, (2013), Vol 10, No.1, Pages 7-23. © 2013, GANZ. This article by Virginia Edmond features a dialogue with Sally Denham-Vaughan. Sally discusses 'Relational Pluralism' and other current issues she sees affecting gestalt praxis.
Philosophy with Tears: Study Group Visit to Dachau Concentration Camp, by Swanson, C. Norton, L. Parlett, M. Jacobs, L. Denham-Vaughan, S. Denham-Vaughan, J. Staemmler, F-M. Philosophy With Tears: Gestalt "Study Buddies" Visit Dachau. British Gestalt Journal, (2009), 18, (2), 21-34. This paper describes a visit to Dachau Concentration Camp by members of a philosophy peer study group who had been reading and researching the topic of 'Evil'
The Liminal Space and Twelve Action Practices for Gracious living, by S. Denham-Vaughan – published in the British Gestalt Journal, 2010.
New Reflections on Death, by Paul Barber. A reflection on Death as the boundary marker of physical existence and the twin-brother of birth.