To describe the three-step Basic Accessing Question to facilitate reactive reorganization of the problem.
To demonstrate two variations of the Basic Accessing Question in Depth Psychotherapy.
To list three reasons for working with dreams in the initial interview and in brief psychotherapy.
Given patients with no dreaming, list techniques for eliciting dreams and for "dream substitutes."
Clinical Demonstration 09 from the Evolution of Psychotherapy 1995 - Supervision in Gestalt Therapy, featuring Miriam Polster, PhD.
To demonstrate how gestalt therapy principles may apply in a supervision session.
To explore how the characteristics of the supervisee may influence and enrich his/her therapeutic style.
Clinical Demonstration 11 from the Evolution of Psychotherapy 1995 - Humanization of Technique, featuring Erving Polster, PhD.
To describe and illustrate the difference between ordinary human engagement in therapy and technical engagement.
To describe a moment when you could discern a felt meeting of minds between patient and therapist.