Gestalt resources on this site
Marion Gillie is an executive coach and coach supervisor, with deep roots in the Gestalt world. She is a qualified Gestalt psychotherapist, and has worked with the Gestalt International Study Center as coach on their leadership programme in Cape Cod, as well as working as faculty on the Cape Cod Training Programme in Europe. She has a number of publications relating to aspects of Gestalt, and recently accepted an invitation to join the Editorial Board of the journal Gestalt Review.
Below we list a number of Gestalt–related resources likely to be of interest to executive coaches, organisational consultants, and to therapists interested in Gestalt theory.
On Gestalt in executive coaching
- Use of self and self-disclosure in coaching. Marjorie Shackleton & Marion Gillie. Notes for a workshop at the AoEC Annual Conference, 2010.
- Applying Gestalt theory to coaching – a commentary. Gestalt Review, Volume 13, Issue 3, pp254–260. 2009.
- 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
On Gestalt and coaching supervision
- The Gestalt Supervision Model. Marion Gillie. Chapter in Excellence in Coaching Supervision. Jonathon Passmore (Ed). Kogan Page. In Press.
On the distinction between Gestalt coaching and Gestalt therapy
We have a number of articles and summaries addressing the issue of the distinction between Gestalt therapy and Gestalt coaching, and the role of Gestalt in coaching:
- Gestalt coaching or Gestalt therapy? Ethical and Professional Considerations on Entering the
Emotional World of the Coaching Client. Marion Gillie & Marjorie Shackleton. International Gestalt Journal, 2009, Vol 32 (1).
- Gestalt coaching or Gestalt therapy? Keynote address and workshop slides, Marion Gillie & Marjorie Shackleton. AoEC conference 2009.
On the Gestalt approach to Organisation Consulting
- The impact of Organizational Consulting: A Gestalt Approach by Edwin C Nevis.Marion Gillie. Gestalt Review, Volume 15, Issue 1, pp17–23. 2011.
- 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)
- Shame and bulimia – a sickness of the soul. British Gestalt Journal, Volume 9, Number 2, pp 98–104. December 2000. (Abstract)
On Gestalt developmental theory
- Daniel Stern: A Developmental Theory for Gestalt? Marion Gillie. British Gestalt Journal, Volume 8, Number 2, pp 107–117. December 1999. (Abstract)