2005: Judith Hemming “Dialogues in the Dark”

Judith Hemming, close to Marianne Fry both as supervisee and friend, wrote her obituary in the British Gestalt Journal (1998 vol.7 no. 1). Judith, a well known Gestalt therapist and former senior trainer with GPTI, spent a decade or more being purely immersed in the practice and teaching of Gestalt – loving it and finding its focus richly sufficient. In the years following, she has been integrating into Gestalt the systemic philosophy of Bert Hellinger and the teachings of the Ridhwan school. In particular, she explores how these three practices can help us build bridges between divergent spiritual and political cultures.

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