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REVIEW ñ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ï Scott Kellogg R Fritz Perls in the s Chairwork has been embraced and re envisioned by therapists from cognitive behavioral existential Jungian experiential psychodynamic and integrative perspectiv. I attended a CPD event with Scott Kellog recently and was inspired to use chair work in my work as a therapist once againThis book gives a fabulous short history of chair work and explains contemporary developments It is also fabulous in the way that it demonstrates how chair work can be used to work responsibly and creatively with a wide range of issues giving informative vignettes in each section I have found it invaluable in my work and am already seeing results I would highly recommend it Worth every penny

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SUMMARY Transformational Chairwork: Using Psychotherapeutic Dialogues in Clinical Practice ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ø [Reading] ➺ Transformational Chairwork: Using Psychotherapeutic Dialogues in Clinical Practice By Scott Kellogg – Eyltransfers Transformational Chairwork Using Using Psychotherapeutic PDFEPUB #189 Psychotherapeutic Dialogues in Clinical Practice is an exposition of the art and science of Chairwork It is also. This timely book offers an engaging and comprehensive introduction to a simple but powerfully effective expressive psychotherapeutic modality written by one of its current master practitioners Chairwork is a psychotherapeutic techniue with roots in Psychodrama and Gestalt Therapy that uses chairs to signify aspects of an individuals life in need of reconciliation The creative use of empty chairs can spatially differentiate and evoke conflicted voices both external and internal allowing them to fully enter into clarifying dialogues that can facilitate resolution and healingScott Kellogg reveals that this therapeutic art has played a central role in the history of expressive therapies and continues to be incorporated into various therapeutic approaches especially the growing number that recognize the importance of working with inner ‘parts’ By tracing the development of this ‘empty chair’ techniue Kellogg provides us with a long overdue historical orientation that makes for fascinating reading and establishes this method within larger currents of theory and practiceIn addition to Kellogg’s historical overview the book serves as a invaluable guide for psychotherapists regardless of their theoretical orientation Kellogg provides the reader with practical guidelines and sample therapy scripts that clarify the various ways in which empty chairs can be transformed into opportunities for change In the concluding chapter Kellogg covers deepening techniues for therapists looking to integrate the art and science of chairwork into their practiceI have had the privilege of witnessing Scott Kellogg work his therapeutic magic with nothing than a few empty chairs He has devoted much of his professional life to this techniuehis work and this marvelous book will help ensure that this core experiential therapeutic practice will be transmitted to future generations

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Transformational Chairwork Using Psychotherapeutic Dialogues in Clinical PracticeA practical handbook for using the Chairwork method effectively with a wide range of clinical problems Originally created by Dr Jacob Moreno in the s and then further developed by D. Good deal