The Gestalt Journal of Australia and New Zealand (GJANZ) is owned and published by GANZ, twice-yearly, in May and November. It is published in two forms: as a PDF provided free to members of GANZ, and as a limited run of hard copies available for purchase. As an e-journal it is also available through EBSCO Host and Informit, for those with access.
The purpose of the journal is to present the written exploration of Gestalt concepts and applications within psychotherapy practice, education and supervision as well as in research, organisational development and dynamics, community development, social and political domains and everyday life. The contents typically include articles, interviews, student projects and literature reviews, book reviews and case studies.
The journal is supported by several groups of people whose contributions are greatly valued.
Members please click here to download your copy this edition of the journal
Alan Meara M. GT B.Com. (Hons), B.A, B Sc CELTA, FM GANZ
Editorial Advisory Board:
Brenda Levien NZRN, Dip G.Psych, MNZAC, MNZAP, FMGANZ, NZ Registered Psychotherapist
Richie Robertson PhD, Grad Dip Adol Ch Psych, Grad Dip Soc Sci (Gestalt), BA
Greer White Ed D
A group of senior practitioners whose general and specific backgrounds allow them to comment on particular submissions received for publication. As this is an anonymous process, they are not named here.
The Editor welcomes submissions from GANZ members, students and trainers from Gestalt Institutes and Centres and from writers outside the association with an interest in the field of Gestalt practice and theory. The Editor is available to consider your ideas for submission and to answer questions about the submission process. GANZ is committed to supporting writing in this region, and encourages enquiries from all aspiring contributors.
See the Guidelines for Writers on the various types of submissions and the process for submission. Submissions should follow the Journal Style Guide. This document is a brief guide only to the APA 6th Edition requirements and authors should refer to more detailed resources available at many University websites. An example is provided here.
Enquiries and submissions may be sent by email to the editor: email@example.com