...therapy include the experiment, exaggeration exercise, internal dialogue exercise, staying with the feeling, rehearsal exercise, making the rounds, reversal technique, and dream work among others. Gestalt therapy has also limitations in its applicability such as abuse of power by the therapist, to useful to clients with abstract problems, and it may be also overpowering to some customers. However, the major objective of gestalt therapy is to increase awareness.
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Bar, T., & Levine, Y. (2010). Gestalt Therapy: Advances... Gestalt Therapy s Introduction There are various therapies that are provided to ...