School of Professional Psychology Faculty
Jon Frew, Ph.D., ABPP
Director, Organizational Consulting Psychology Track
Psy.D. Clinical & M.A. Counseling Programs
School of Professional Psychology
- Ph.D. Counseling Psychology, Kent State University,1982
- M.Ed. Counseling, Gannon University, Erie, PA, 1975
- M.A. Social Sciences, Gannon University, Erie, PA, 1973
- B.S. Economics, Gannon University, Erie, PA, 1970
Roles and Interests
- Teach courses in: Gestalt Therapy, Organizational Behavior, Organizational Development, Groups, Professional Roles, and Clinical Supervision
- Co-Director of Gestalt Therapy Training Center Northwest
- Editorial Board, Gestalt Review
- Research interests: Gestalt Therapy, Group Therapy, Organizational Behavior, Organizational Development and Multicultural Psychology
- Diplomate in Organizational and Business Consulting Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology
- American Psychological Association Divisions of Consulting Psychology, Counseling Psychology, and the Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues
- Oregon Psychological Association
- Gestalt Institute of Cleveland
- American Counseling Association
Certification and Licensure
- Licensed Psychologist, Oregon, Number 576
- Licensed Psychologist, Washington, Number 1369
- Board Certified in Organizational and Business Consulting Psychology, American Board of Professional Psychology
Publications Since 1997
- Frew, J. & Madore, J. (2008). Professional roles. In M. Hersen & A. Gross (Eds.), Handbook of clinical psychology (pp. 110-126) . New York: John Wiley & Sons.
- Frew, J. (2008). Gestalt therapy. In J. Frew and M. Spiegler (Eds.), Contemporary psychotherapy for a diverse world: Theory and practice (pp. 228-274). Boston: Houghton-Mifflin.
- Frew, J. (2006). Organizational leadership theory has arrived: Gestalt therapy never left. Gestalt Review, 10, 123-140.
- Frew, J. (2006). A response to Rainey and Critchley. Gestalt Review, 10, 149-151.
- Frew, J. & Feder, B. (2006). A survey of the practice of Gestalt group therapy. Gestalt Review, 11, 242-248.
- Frew, J. (2005). Gestalt group therapy dialogue. In A. Woldt & S. Tolman (Eds.), Gestalt therapy: History, theory and practice (pp. 219-236). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
- Frew, J. (2004). Motivating and leading dysfunctional employees, In M. Hersen and J. Thomas (Eds.), Psychopathology in the workplace: Recognition and adoption (pp.293-312). New York: Brunner-Rutledge.
- Frew, J. (2003). Still here for now. The British Gestalt Journal, 12.
- Frew, J. (2003). Keeping the spirit in the organization: The classroom as a learning community. Gestalt Review, 7.
- Frew, J. (2003). A response to Starek and Meara. Gestalt Review, 7.
- Frew, J. (2001). Case approach to Gestalt therapy. In G. Corey Case (Ed.), Approach to counseling and psychotherapy. Stanford, CT, Thompson
- Frew, J. (1998). Responses of doctoral students to a psychology class on Gestalt therapy. Gestalt Review, 2.
- Frew, J. (1997). A Gestalt therapy theory application to the practice of group leadership. Gestalt Review, 1.
- Frew, J. (1997). For Emily: Whenever I may find her. In Living Legacy of Fritz and Laura Perls; Contemporary Case Studies.
Presentations Since 1999
- Frew, J. & Levine, P. (2008). Gestalt and Morita therapies: Commonalities and differences in the treatment of trauma. Presented at the Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy Conference, Manchester, England.
- Frew, J. (2006), August). An interview with Richard Kitzler. Presented at the meeting of the Association for the Advancement of Gestalt Therapy, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
- Frew, J. & Reynolds, S. (2005). Contemporary Gestalt therapy: Working with a Southeast Asian client. Presented at the National Multicultural Conference and Summit, Los Angeles, CA.
- Frew, J. (2002). Leading, intervening and promoting change in the modern organization. Presented at Swinbourne University in Melbourne, Australia
- Frew, J., Zahm, S., & Gold, E. (2002). Gestalt process, group dynamics, and the training of Gestalt therapists. Presented at the Association for the Advancement of Gestalt therapy conference in St Petersburg, Florida
- Frew, J. (2001). The art of intervention: A Gestalt approach to leadership in groups and organizations. Presented at the Gestalt Institute of Melbourne in Melbourne, Australia
- Frew, J. (2000). Attending to boundaries in group leadership: Guidelines for intervention. Presented at the Oregon Group Psychotherapy Society in Portland, Oregon
- Frew, J. (2000). The application of Gestalt therapy in the university counseling center. Presented to the University of Oregon Counseling Services in Eugene, Oregon
- Frew, J. (1999). Gestalt therapy in the 1990s. Presented at Pacific University, School of Professional Psychology in Portland, Oregon
Jon Frew, Ph.D.
School of Professional Psychology
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