Reflects the authors' long international experience in several methods such as psychoanalysis, psychodrama, Gestalt Therapy - which is highly indebted to them - and EMDR. This guide comes at a time when, in France and several other European countries, new rules and regulations for the practice of psychotherapy are starting to appear.
Anne Ginger is a gestalt therapist, clinical psychologist, and teaching psychotherapist. She is one of the founders of gestalt therapy in France. In 1980, with Serge Ginger, she founded the Paris School of Gestalt Therapy (Ecole Parisienne de Gestalt or EPG), which is now one of the most important training institutes for psychotherapists in Europe. She has co-authored two books with Serge Ginger. Serge Ginger (1928-2011) was a clinical psychologist and an international trainer in psychotherapy. He worked from 1974 to 1980 #8232;as International Chief Expert for UNESCO in the field of Special Education and Psychology. He was qualified in psychodrama, psychoanalysis, gestalt therapy, and EMDR. He was elected Honorary President of the European Association for Psychotherapy (EAP). He is the author of a number of books, including 'Gestalt Therapy: The Art of Contact' (Karnac, 2007), which have been translated into twelve languages. In 1980, with Anne Ginger, he founded the Paris School of Gestalt Therapy (Ecole Parisienne de Gestalt or EPG), which is now one of the most important training institutes for psychotherapists in Europe.