Gestalt therapy is a psychodynamic and experiential form of psychotherapy where the therapist is using the whole body and mind during the therapy. The therapist confronts the client verbally by expressing his or her feelings to the client. The relation between the therapist and the client has a central role as the gestalt therapist is neither objective or neutral but is willing to encounter the client. The therapist is using methods which aims to create awareness of the client's feelings, reactions and actions. This gives the client the opportunity to acknowledge and see which choices he or she has and also which consequenses these choices may have. The therapy itself is build on a belief about increasing self-awareness in the moment when client and therapist meet each other. Gestalt therapy is suitable for those who want to develop themselves personally or who have mild mental problems.