"Understand Field Theory. Be able to work field theoretically. Be able to perceive holistically."
History ofFive characteristics of a field:Organisation, Contemporaneity, Changing Process, Possible Relevance, Uniqueness, Holism, Multiple layers of reality, Co-created field, Describe/define concepts within field theory, Centrality of field theory to understanding of key Gestalt areas - phenomenology, dialogue/contact, experiment, Boundaries - organism/environment, Structuring the field, Being and becoming
"Perceiving in field terms,Thinking holistically,Looking for the relational"
Applying field theory, Working ecologically, Working with the ground, Support work in the present (contemporaneity), Develop awareness of the connectedness of the field, including in the session, how each part affects the other, and articulate to client, Identify ways client structures their field and report this, Able to attend to field conditions of the group, Recognise and affirm the wisdom of the organism (client, therapist, couple, group, community) through attitude and speech