“Who looks outward, dreams. Who looks inward, wakes up”
“Everyone has the responsibility to live his live the way he wants.”
The meaning of Gestalt therapy in our daily life: In the therapeutic process, we aim to locate the excluded or rejected parts and reintegrate them. The Gestalt therapy doesn´t ask so much for the „why “, the causes, but it is much more interested in the „hows”, or the reciprocal effects in our relations. It is a therapeutic approach dealing with the present, and only includes the past or client history as much as it interferes with the present.
Contact is an important aspect in Gestalt therapy: the encounter between you and me. How do you relate to others and your surroundings?
The Gestalt Therapy helps to perceive what is right at the moment. These can be, for example, suppressed feelings that can currently be felt and experienced. By experiencing one’s own inner powers, it becomes possible to feel directly connected to oneself again. Self-responsible action, as well as a creative and active life, are strengthened.
“The Gestalt Approach and Eye Witness to Therapy” Fritz Perls
“In and Out the Garbage Pail” Fritz Perls