Existential Analysis Vol. 21.2 July 2010 – PDF


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  • Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis A Reply to Amedeo Giorgi – Jonathan A Smith
  • Psychotherapy and the Concepts of Good and Evil – Jiří Růžička
  • On the Boundary: Working with Existential Crisis in an Acute Hospital Setting – Marion Steel
  • Power and the Social Dimension of Existence – Lisa Dahlager
  • Bad Dreams Are Made Of This Looking at Distressing Dreams In Light of Heidegger’s Befindlichkeit And Boss’ Dream Theories – Leo Dolias
  • Disabled Horse-Rider’s Experience Of Horse-Riding. A Phenomenological Analysis Of The Benefits Of Contact With Animals – Vanessa Favali and Martin Milton
  • All for One and One for All? An Existential Perspective on Family and Systems Work as a Form of Therapeutic Intervention – Marc Medina
  • Repression Psychoanalytic and Sartrean Phenomenological Perspectives – John G. Wilson
  • The Emergence of Group and Community Therapies: A Metabletic Enquiry – Ryan Kemp
  • Mindfulness Based-Third Wave CBT Therapies and Existential-Phenomenology. Friends or Foes? – Marina Claessens
  • Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy and Existential Analysis Reflections on Current Psychiatric Training and Practice in the United States – Miles Groth
  • Post-Existentialism Instead of CBT – Del Loewenthal
  • Embodied Integration Reflections on Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) and a Case For Mindfulness Based Existential Therapy (MBET). A Single Case Illustration – Jyoti Nanda
  • I Am What I Am? Existentialism and Homosexuality – Helen Acton
  • Book Reviews