Volume 22.1 – 2011


  • The Question of the Self in Existential Thought – Paul McGinley
  • The Theoretical Underpinnings of Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) – Pnina Shinebourne
  • Toward a Humanistic Positive Psychology Why Can’t We Just Get Along? – Kirk Schneider
  • Discovering the Unhidden. Heidegger’s Interpretation of Plato’s Allegory of the Cave and its Implications for Psychotherapy – Sally Powell
  • The Seeking of Noetic Goals Scale (SONG) Reliability – Gloria Margarita Gurrola Peña, Juan Carlos Pérez Hernández, Patricia Balcázar Nava, Martha Patricia Bonilla Muñoz
  • Motivation and Existence. Motivation in Kierkegaard and Heidegger – Dorte Odde
  • Leadership and the Process of Becoming An Artist Never Paints the Same Picture Twice – Marc Medina
  • On Being A Person. Sartre’s Contribution to Psychotherapy – Richard Pearce
  • Temporality and Motivation A Phenomenological Approach to Psychotherapy – Edwin L. Hersch
  • Translation and Conversation In Truth and Method by Hans-Georg Gadamer – Chiaki Green
  • Creating Voice, Creating Being An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of Professional Jazz Musicians’ Experiences – Bryony Walker and Mark Burgess
  • Understanding, Truth or Resolve? Considering the ‘Aim’ of Existential Psychotherapy and the Approaches of van Deurzen and Spinelli – Lisa Daitz
  • Empathy for the Devil The Daimonic in Therapy. A Tribute to Jean Genet on the Centenary of his Birth – Manu Bazzano
  • Book Reviews

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