Gestalt psychotherapy

Gestalt psychotherapy

n
(Psychology) a therapy devised in the US in the 1960s in which patients are encouraged to concentrate on the immediate present and to express their true feelings
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The clinical and technical demands in Gestalt psychotherapy may be summarized as finding and skillfully utilizing ways of increasing the client's full involvement and engagement with his own feelings, thoughts and impulses intrapsychically and in relationships.