By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Name four guidelines for implementing Gestalt therapy with clients.
-Name three important considerations in enhancing a client's present awareness.
-Name three strategies that can help enhance a client's awareness during therapy.
-List three examples of word changes during therapy.
-Identify five techniques to avoid the passive voice."
-List four responses a therapist may use during Gestalt therapy.
-Name four Gestalt methods of implementing identification and projection.
-Describe three techniques for implementing fantasy in Gestalt therapy.
-Identify two points of implementing Gestalt two-chair dialogue."
-Explain three Gestalt strategies for helping clients bring themselves to the present.
-Name three strategies that will help a client increase awareness of their feelings.
-Discuss two aspects of bipolarity.
-Discuss four factors of avoidance coping in gestalt therapy.
-Name four concepts of acceptance regarding Gestalt therapy.
-Name three ways does the correlation between the way we perceive visually and how we think and feel become apparent when we represent our perceptions with art materials.
-Name two statements did Sharon make that indicated her increased receptiveness to expressing herself through art.
-Name four benefits to using Gestalt reminiscence therapy with older adults.
-Explain what is the definition of the Gestalt term "creative adjustment".
-Explan why is metaphor analysis useful in the treatment of depression.
-Name two ways in which Gestalt therapy is relevant to Adventure-Based Counseling.
-Name Gass's six facilitation styles.
-Explain why does Rhyne advocate a permissive approach in the prescription of materials in Gestalt art therapy.
-Explain how did painting on glass in Gestalt art therapy help the client who felt exposed and transparent.
-Explain how is negative affect created by self-standard discrepancies motivational.
-Name six themes regarding dance therapy discussed by sexual abuse survivors.
-Explain what is triangling.
"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."
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