Two Approaches to Counseling Parents Alone: Toward a Gestalt-Adlerian Integration
This article concentrates on two models of therapy, one Gestalt and the other Adlerian, that were presented at a Brief Therapy Conference and involved demonstrations with parents. Both sessions focused on the needs of individual parents who sought help with their relationships with a daughter and a son, respectively. Typescripts of each session are provided along with an assessment of purpose, awareness, contact, and experience (P.A.C.E.) as these relate to the flow and rhythms of therapy.
Bitter, James Robert. 2004. Two Approaches to Counseling Parents Alone: Toward a Gestalt-Adlerian Integration. The Family Journal. Vol.12(4). 358-367. https://doi.org/10.1177/1066480704267319 ISSN: 1066-4807