Volume 34.1 – 2023


  • Editorial
  • Heartbreak and Despair: An analysis of Kierkegaard’s applicability to secular existential analysis – Cassandra Swick
  • Rewriting the Route of Psychology as an Existential Science: A return to Kierkegaard – Myriam Moreira Protasio & Ana Maria Lopez Calvo de Feijoo
  • The Criticality of Therapeutic Irony for Existence-oriented Therapy With Continued Reference to Kierkegaard – Devang Vaidya
  • Shooting at Nothing: Disinformation, injustice, and shame (in existential Buddhism) – Chris Goto-Jones
  • Of Men Going Down: Masculinity in the age of sex panic and poisoned solidarities – Manu Bazzano
  • Generous Geometries: An organismic/existential exploration of giving – Susanna Petitpierre
  • Personally Speaking: Why I hate war and oppose pacifism – Paulius Skruibis
  • An Existential Approach to Integrating Challenging Psychedelic Experiences – Andrew Carnahan
  • Explicating the Implicit: Working online, Focusing in person – Stella Duffy
  • Dream phenomena in Daseinsanalysis: Heidegger’s and Boss’ understanding of dreaming – Paulo Evangelista
  • amo: volo ut sis. Therapeutic Eros in Daseinanalysis Part 2 – Miles Groth
  • Existential Theoretical Foundations on Trauma and Implications for the Therapeutic Encounter – Andreas Ioannou
  • Navigating Threshold Concepts and Learning Outcomes in Counselling and Psychotherapy Training: An existential paradox – Simon Wharne
  • Book Reviews

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