ROG Videos & Podcasts
Self as Instrument in Gestalt
Marie-Anne Chidiac describes the importance of self as instrument as a key aspect of gestalt facilitation.
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The Artistry of Gestalt in Organisations
Listen to an Interview with Sally Denham-Vaughan.
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Moving towards more supportive fields: COPs, CANs and RCOPs, Denham-Vaughan, S. and Clarke, M., British Gestalt Journal, (2016) 25, (2), 20–32. This paper defines three varieties of community/team organising and the relationship of each to Gestalt practice.
SOS: A relational orientation towards social inclusion, Denham-Vaughan, S. and Chidiac, M-A. Mental Health and Social Inclusion, (2013) 17, (2), 100–107. This paper describes the contextual formulation of the term "Relational" used by the co-founders of Relational Change.
The Relational State: How recognising the importance of human relationships could revolutionise the role of the state, (IPPR, Nov 2012). This collection of papers explores how ideas underpinning the relational state could help to reframe public sector service and government goals and provide a guide to policy and action.
The Relational Movement, by Fairfield, M., The Relational Movement, British Gestalt Journal, (2013), Vol. 22, No. 1, 22–35.
The Process of Presence, by Chidiac, M.A. and Denham-Vaughan, S. – published in the British Gestalt Journal, 2007.
Dancing dialogue, Gestalt therapy and the 5Rhythms. An obituary for Gabrielle Roth, by Kallner, H. – published in the British Gestalt Journal, 2013.
The Rise of the Enabling State: A review of policy and evidence across the UK and Ireland, by Jennifer Wallace, – published by the Carnegie Trust UK, 2013.
Will and Grace: An Integrative Dialectic Central to Gestalt Psychotherapy, by Denham-Vaughan, S. – published in the British Gestalt Journal, 2005.
A Relational Perspective on Public Sector Management, by Mike Clark, 2013. This is a brief paper that outlines the importance and potential contribution of a relational approach to leading and managing in the public sector.
An Organisational Self, by Chidiac, M.A. and Denham-Vaughan, S. An Organisational Self, British Gestalt Journal, (2009), 18, (1), 42-49. This paper shows how the notion of "self as process" can be usefully applied to work with an Organisation or Community.
Should They Really Stop Fighting? Dealing with Conflicts – A Gestalt Approach, by Frans Meulmeester. This paper outlines the Gestalt approach to conflict, which embraces and explores it rather than rushing to a solution, in the belief that this approach leads to a better long term resolution.
Case Study – Gestalt Facilitation in Action within a Consultancy, by Paul Barber. This study examines an organisational consultation which arose from crisis within a corporate body and the demands of working with an organisation in a period of acute distress, from a consultant and client viewpoint.
Moving Relationality: Meditations on a Relational Approach to Leadership, by Dian Marie Hosking. Chapter 33 in Alan Bryman, Collinson, D., Grint, K., Jackson, B., and Uhl-Bien, M. (editors), Sage Handbook of Leadership, Sage Publications, pp. 453-465, 2011.
Why Work with Gestalt? An Insight into how Gestalt Influenced my Practice, by David Lines. Coach, consultant and Relational Change Associate David Lines discusses why Gestalt is his preferred approach to personal and organisational development.
Bringing Gestalt to Cyber Security: a case study, by Maggie Marriott. This essay from ROG Graduate and Organisational Consultant Maggie Marriott was the winner of the British Gestalt Journals Student Essay Prize. Maggie describes her use of Relational Organisational Gestalt in her work with a British Government Department.
A Gestalt Perspective of Coaching: A Case for Being More Yourself, by M-A Chidiac – published in Development and Learning in Organizations Journal, 2008.
Creating a Coaching Culture: Relational Field Coaching, by M-A Chidiac – published in Development and Learning in Organizations Journal, 2013.
Interview with Dr Sally Denham-Vaughan, by Tracey Skoyles – published in The UK Bulletin of the Association of Coaching, Spring 2013.
A Field-Relational Model of Coaching for Gestalt Beginners: The PAIR Model, by Denham-Vaughan, S. and Gawlinski, M. Field-Relational Coaching for Gestalt Beginners: The PAIR Model. British Gestalt Journal, (2012), 21, (1), 11-21. This paper describes the development of a coaching process aimed at improving the quality of all interactions occurring in a situation and thereby creating a coaching culture.
Book Review by Sally Denham-Vaughan of Ethical Maturity in the Helping Professions: Making Difficult Life and Work Decisions, by Michael Carroll and Elisabeth Shaw, PsychOz Publications, Australia, 2012, published in The Coaching Psychologist, June 2013, 9, (1), 60-62.
Emergent Coaching – A Gestalt Approach to Mindful Leadership, by Paul Barber. This paper examines ways that coaches and organisational consultants might begin to educate the workplace to holistic awareness and Gestalt methods of inquiry through coaching.
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.