Abstract

This paper introduces three articles on body-oriented work in Gestalt therapy. The three articles and their authors are described. Implications for strengths and weaknesses of the Gestalt approach are discussed. Weak areas include a lack of detailed understanding of embodiment, lack of developmental theory, and theoretical limits in the integration of spirituality in treatment. Strengths include the syncretic capacity of the Gestalt approach to integrate from outside of our given theory and practice.

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