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Some Gestalt therapists follow Perls' lead in doing one-on-one therapy in the group setting and use the "hot seat" structure. "According to this method, an individual expresses to the therapist his interest in dealing with a particular problem. He contributed to Paul Krassner 's magazine The Realist; among its articles, in 1964 he wrote if this be heresy... However, just sharing doesn't bring resolution to the problems.

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Publisher: Muswell Hill Press (October 22, 2014)

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