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Series: Psychology

Cambridge Scholars Publishing welcomes proposals for new series on all aspects of psychology. For more information contact Camilla Harding, Commissioning Editor, at camilla.harding@cambridgescholars.com.

The World of Contemporary Gestalt Therapy

Contemporary gestalt therapy has evolved from the classic model commonly attributed to Frederick and Laura Perls, Paul Goodman, and Isadore From. Gestalt therapy began in the middle of the 20th century as a revision of psychoanalysis, based in the founders’ integration of theories from various sources in philosophy and science. Although associated with humanistic psychology, it was one of the first examples of integrative psychotherapy, specifically theoretical integration. This integrated therapeutic approach has since come of age as gestalt therapists have developed its theory and practice and ...

World Without Anger: A Cross-cultural Journal on Emotional Intelligence

WWA Journal is the benchmark of Emotional Intelligence researches in the orient.
Prof. M.P. Regmi (Former Head of Central Department of Psychology, Tribhuvan University, Nepal) and Management expert Mr. D.M. Basnet conducted some researches on emotional literacy and intelligence. With the same spirit historian Prof. T.R. Vaidya, first Vice-Chancellor of Lumbini Bouddha University (LBU), Nepal played the role of catalyzer, Dr. Laxman Shakya, Program Director played the leading role in fear and anger reduction trainings. In this mission, Mr. Bharat Giri, Computer Expert and Mr. Mukunda Khanal...