Marion Gillie: selected publications and workshops
- Getting personal: how relevant is the client's personal life in the executive coach–client relationship? Duncan Coppock and Marion Gillie. Coaching Today, Issue 1, pp18–21, January 2012.
- The Gestalt Supervision Model. Marion Gillie. Chapter in Supervision in Coaching: Supervision, ethics and continuous professional development. Jonathon Passmore (Ed). Kogan Page. 2011. pp45–63. ISBN 978-0-7494-5533-0.
- Gestalt Oriented Supervision: a demonstration. Marion Gillie. Presentation at the 1st International Conference in Coaching Supervision. Oxford Brookes University Business School. July 2011.
- The impact of Organizational Consulting: A Gestalt Approach by Edwin C Nevis. Marion Gillie. Gestalt Review, Volume 15, Issue 1, pp17–23. 2011.
- Use of self and self-disclosure in coaching. Marjorie Shackleton & Marion Gillie. Notes for a workshop at the AoEC Annual Conference, 2010.
- Quality of connection in coaching and supervision: the role of Gestalt. Marion Gillie. Invited address to Oxford Brookes University Business School. "The Decade Lectures". June 2010, Oxford.
- Applying Gestalt theory to coaching: commentary. Marion Gillie. Gestalt Review, Volume 13, Issue 3, pp254–260. 2009.
- Gestalt coaching or Gestalt therapy? Keynote address and workshop at the Academy of Executive Coaching (AoEC) conference, September 2009, London. Marion Gillie & Marjorie Shackleton.
- Coaching approaches derived from Gestalt. Marion Gillie. Chapter in Further Techniques for Coaching and Mentoring. David Megginson and David Clutterbuck (eds.) Elsevier, 2009. pp29–48. ISBN: 978-1-85617-499-2
Gestalt Coaching or Gestalt Therapy? Ethical and professional considerations on entering the emotional world of the coaching client. International Gestalt Journal, Volume 32, Issue 1, 2009. Marion Gillie & Marjorie Shackleton.
Synopsis of Gestalt Coaching or Gestalt Therapy.
Speaking the unspeakable: Reflections on coaching shame-prone clients. Marion Gillie. Coaching at Work, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, Volume 4, Issue 1, pp 44–47, January 2009.
Synopsis of Reflections on coaching shame-prone clients.
Boundaries and Professional Practice. Workshop organised by The British Psychological Society's Special Group in Coaching Psychology, facilitated by Marion Gillie and Heather Cooper. London, 25 September 2008.
Boundaries and Professional Practice Event flyer.
What would you do if… Questions on ethical and boundary management in coaching relationships. Marion Gillie. Organisations & People (AMED), Volume 12, Number 2, pp 33–39. May 2005.
(See an expanded and edited version of this article on ethical issues in executive coaching)
The emotional world of the coaching client – Ethical and professional considerations in executive coaching. Marion Gillie. Selection and Development Review, Volume 20, Part 4, pp 9–12. British Psychological Society, 2004. (available to order from the British Library)
Shame and Bulimia – A Sickness of the Soul. Marion Gillie. British Gestalt Journal, Volume 9, Number 2, pp 98–104. December 2000.
Abstract of Shame and Bulimia.
Daniel Stern: A Developmental Theory for Gestalt? Marion Gillie. British Gestalt Journal, Volume 8, Number 2, pp 107–117. December 1999.
Abstract of a Development theory for Gestalt.
(Also available in Italian as: Daniel Stern: una teoria evolutiva per la Gestalt? Quaderni di Gestalt Anno XX N. 30/31, 2000.)
- Oxford Gestalt Group – an experiential personal development group faciltated by Marion Gillie and Kay Lynn.