Gestalt therapy is an approach to psychotherapy that emphasizes the importance of the present moment and the integration of mind and body.  Gestalt therapy is based on the belief that people are constantly striving for wholeness and completeness in their lives, but often experience obstacles and blocks to achieving this. The therapist works with the client to explore these obstacles, which may include unfinished business from the past or unresolved emotional conflicts, and to help them become more aware of their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in the present moment.

The therapist encourages the client to engage in self-exploration and self-discovery, and may use a variety of techniques such as role-playing, empty-chair work, and dream analysis to facilitate this process. Gestalt therapy also places a strong emphasis on the therapeutic relationship between the therapist and client, and seeks to create a supportive and non-judgmental environment in which the client feels free to express themselves.

Overall, the goal of gestalt therapy is to help individuals achieve greater self-awareness and self-acceptance, and to empower them to make changes in their lives that promote growth and well-being.