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Gestalt group therapy:

see group psychotherapygroup psychotherapy,
a means of changing behavior and emotional patterns, based on the premise that much of human behavior and feeling involves the individual's adaptation and response to other people.
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This also explored the lived experiences of a nurse therapist providing gestalt therapy to the caregivers.
Decidedly, this theme, funded by his anarchism commitments to Gestalt therapy, and prescience, runs throughout all his works, most eloquently in Growing Up Absurd, Utopian Essays and Practical Proposals, in his homage to the "friends" of the Empire City novels, and in Making Do.
In Amendt-Lyon's view, Gestalt therapy can facilitate the ability of human beings to engage playfully and creatively with one another.
In your opinion, is this a good reflection of Gestalt therapy?
Neuro-Linguistics Programming was initiated by Richard Bandler (specialized in mathematics and Gestalt therapy) and John Grinder (specialized in linguistics).
The active focus on the present has much in common with the concept of here and now in Gestalt therapy (Chu, 1993; Zinker, 1977) and with the concept of mindfulness in cognitive therapy (Hayes & Wilson, 2003; Roemer & Orsillo, 2003).
Fritz Perls conducting gestalt therapy I saw during my early psychotherapy training in the 1970s.
He further divides those 13 theories into three separate categories: (a) those that give empathy a significant focus, for example, person-centered therapy and self-psychology; (b) those that give empathy a prominent focus, such as individual psychology, existential therapy, psychoanalytic therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy and cognitive therapy; and (c) those that address empathy as a recognizable aspect of the therapeutic process, like rational emotive behavior therapy, transactional analysis, solution-focused brief therapy, gestalt therapy, constructivist therapy, feminist therapy, and family systems therapy.
One answer may lie in Gestalt therapy theory, a theory that has long been associated with training in group process.