So we had this idea to support new voices in gestalt writing, and set up a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter to raise funds. Thanks to tremendous support from the gestalt community it proved very successful and our website is now taking shape. Please read through our pages to learn more about this project and how you can contribute, either creatively or by offering to help out with management, editorial or mentoring.
On the contact page you’ll find a mailing list sign up form. If you fill out your details there, we’ll email you with news and updates, and when we publish the first issue of the journal you’ll be notified that it is ready to download. In the meantime, if you would like more information or have any suggestions please send a message using the contact form here.
Thanks for taking the time to comment, Philip, and for your offer of help. I will pass this on to John Gillespie. If ‘old’ gestalt voices would like to contribute too that would be fantastic! In addition to written material for the journal, we’re on the lookout for content for this blog, which as well as being suited to shorter articles and opinion pieces, can feature artwork, photographic images and videos.
I published a web-based journal for gestalt therapy during the 1990s and early 2000s. I got it listed in the PsychInfo database of the American Psychological Association, which is helpful for dissemination. If I can be of any help, let me know. Also, this is for new voices but would you be interested in anything from old voices? I noted Cyndy’s post, and she and I go WAY back.
Thanks so much for your comment, Cyndy! Have you already joined our mailing list? If not, you’ll find a sign-up form on the ‘contact’ page as well as elsewhere on the site.
I am an OLD VOICE in Gestalt Therapy, but am very interested in what you are doing. I’d love to be kept informed!