Gestalt Research Press is a new project of the European Association for Gestalt Therapy (EAGT). The EAGT Research Committee overseeing this project aims to create a series of books on research and research methodology that Gestalt practitioners might use as manuals. It also aims to publish books more widely on research in Gestalt therapy. Gestalt Research Press was established with Jan Roubal, Peter Schulthess, and Philip Brownell as Editors. Several members of the EAGT Research Committee joined the initial staff of the press as Associate Editors (see “staff”).
To further elaborate, Gestalt Research Press will be publishing works related to the philosophy of science that grounds research in gestalt therapy, relevant research methodology, salient topics pertinent to the emerging research tradition for gestalt therapy, and relevant research pertaining to gestalt therapy and its applications in organizational development, coaching, and social activism.
In addition, this site will provide information regarding significant events in the evolution of gestalt research. One such event was the research methods training seminar conducted by the EAGT in Rome during early May, 2014. The picture above was taken at that seminar.
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