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One Therapy Session: Dialogue and Co-Creation in Child Therapy

  • Sandra Cardoso-Zinker

Abstract

Imagine a fragile little boy, sitting on the floor in a corner of a waiting room, looking at some magazines. He is alone. He is three years old. I am going to describe his story. First, I will share some basic theoretical ideas with you, and as I do so, the text will alternate between male and female gender, so as not to emphasize one gender or the other.

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Therapy Session Teddy Bear Cognitive Closure Child Therapy Light Pink Color 
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References

  1. Perls F, Hefferline R, Goodman P (1994) Gestalt therapy: Excitement and growth in the human personality. The Gestalt J Press, Highland, New YorkGoogle Scholar
  2. Yontef G (1993) Awareness, dialogue & process. The Gestalt J Press, Highland, New YorkGoogle Scholar
  3. Zinker J (1977) Creative process in Gestalt therapy. Vintage Books, New YorkGoogle Scholar

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  • Sandra Cardoso-Zinker

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