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Lyckans son : roman / Herbjørg Wassmo ; översättning av Urban Andersson

By: Wassmo, Herbjørg.
Material type: TextTextEdition: .ISBN: 9172634731; 91-7643-068-5; 91-1-931122-2.Uniform titles: Lykkens sønn Subject(s): Mödrar | Norge | 1800-talet | Personlig utveckling | SönerOther classification: Hce | Hcedb.01 Summary: Andra, fristående delen i författarens romantrilogi som utspelar sig i 1800-talets Nordnorge och inleddes med Dinas bok. Fokus är här lagd på Dinas son Benjamin.
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Since its emergence more than sixty years ago, the influence of gestalt therapy as an integrative approach with existential-humanistic underpinnings has spread to almost all corners of the globe. Gestalt Therapy Around the World represents the first comprehensive exploration of the diversity in history, theory, training, professional associations and research in the international gestalt therapy community. Initial chapters offer an overview of the field, including gestalt therapy's history and influences, concepts and process, contact and dialogue, techniques, experiments, and dreams. Subsequent chapters discuss the current state of gestalt therapy in Argentina, Australia, Austria, Britain, Canada, Chile, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, and the USA -- with insights from local experts into the history, training, theoretical contributions and research initiatives in each country. Final chapters trace the historical development of gestalt therapy and point to future directions and challenges. By providing an international perspective, Gestalt Therapy Around the World offers trainees and established practitioners invaluable insights into a thriving and widespread form of psychotherapy.

Angående författarens härmed sammanhängande verk se: Dinas bok

Andra, fristående delen i författarens romantrilogi som utspelar sig i 1800-talets Nordnorge och inleddes med Dinas bok. Fokus är här lagd på Dinas son Benjamin.

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