By Thomas Rosenberg, Organisational Psychologist

The other day I took a walk down Memory Lane, and googled one of my great inspirations, Erving Polster, a master within the field of Gestalt Therapy. I found this interview with him (see below), where he talks about creativity in psychotherapy.

Viewing the therapeutic context and relationship from a perspective of creativity is maybe not the most obvious thing to do. And exactly because of this it is worth listening to Polster’s reflections about therapy as a conscious device for making something new happen. Helping people to disengage themselves from old ideas of what could and should be.


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