Kenneth Meyer, Ph.D.
Is the current President of the New York Institute for Gestalt Therapy. He is a co-founder and former Director of Training of the Gestalt Center of Long Island. He has served as the Academic Director of the Gestalt Center in NYC, where he remains active on the postgraduate faculty. A frequent presenter at local and international conferences, his articles have appeared in the Gestalt Review and several anthologies. His Buddhist studies have included Madhyamika and Nyingma traditions.
He maintains a psychotherapy and supervision practice in NYC and Orange County, NY.
PRESENTATIONS & PUBLICATIONS
Gestalt Dreamwork (2016), in How Therapists Work With Dreams, Krippner & Lewis, eds. (New York: Praeger in press).
Self: from American Pragmatism to Gestalt Therapy (2015), in Self: A Polyphony of Contemporary Gestalt Therapists, Robine (ed.).
Psychotherapy and Buddhism (2012), Paper presented at the AAGT Biennial Conference, Puebla, Mexico.
Developing Mutuality: Techniques of Relational Therapy (2014), in Gestalt Therapy in the 21st Century, Bloom & O’Neill, eds. (Ravenwoods Press; Perigian Beach, Queensland AU).
Achieving Mutuality in the Work. (2011), in Continuity and Change: Gestalt Therapy Now, Bloom & Brownell, eds. (Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing)
A Relational Perspective on the Phenomenological Method. (2001). The Gestalt Review, 5:205-210.
Self as Process: The Work of G.H. Mead. (1998). Paper presented at the NYIGT International Conference. New York City, NY.