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Gestalt therapy is a form of psychotherapy that was developed by Fritz Perls in the late 1940s. It’s led by the idea that every person is a whole (mind, body and soul) who is best understood in the context of their current situation, as they experience it.
It focuses on self-awareness and the client’s experience of the present moment. Gestalt therapists take the view that self-awareness is vital to personal growth and reaching one’s full potential.
The aim of Gestalt therapy is to help clients cultivate a non-judgmental self-awareness that lets them develop a healthy perspective on life. By gaining an understanding of the way they think, act and feel in the present moment, clients can find ways to alleviate their issues and work towards fulfilling their potential.