Looking at Gestalt Group Impact: An Experiment

Gestalt psychotherapyResearchNon-randomized controlled trials or naturalistic studyEnglish
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Abstract

Tested the impact of gestalt group therapy on aspects of self-concept in graduate students (N=33). Results showed a significant rise in decisiveness, general adaptation and self-criticism in the gestalt group as compared to the control groups and showed no significant changes in the self-identification and self-acceptance parameters.

APA citation

Serok, S., & Bar, R. (1984). Looking at Gestalt Group Impact: An Experiment, 15, 270 - 277.