Existential Analysis Vol. 30.2 July 2019 -PDF


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  • Attachment And Affect Regulation Theories And The Existential/ Developmental Model – Evgenia T. Georganda
  • Action In The Present: Towards The Application Of Levinasian Approaches To Fatigue In Cognitive-Behavioural Environments – Marc Bush
  • The Process Of Becoming: Maternal Identity In The Transition To Motherhood – Claire Arnold-Baker
  • Reflections On Existential Supervision – Diana Mitchell
  • Are We Walking In Shoes Too Small? An Enquiry Into How Psychedelic Experiences Relate To Kierkegaard’s Analyses Of The Self And Despair, And Their Relevance To Existential Psychotherapy – Sina Sarikhani
  • Where I Find Myself Is Not Where I Am Supposed To Be. An Enquiry Into Trauma And Temporality With Reference To The Philosophy Of Martin Heidegger – Noemi Lakmaier
  • An Innocent Abroad? An Example Of Brief Student Counselling – Simon du Plock
  • Lost In Impatience: The Relevance Of Kierkegaard For The Patient Psychotherapist In An Immediate World – Ben Thornhill
  • Being Toward 2048: The Future Troubles Of Dasein And Why Existential Phenomenological Psychotherapy Will Be Important: Parts I And II – Richard Swann
  • Psychotherapist Or Secret Police…Who Do We Really Work For? – Dominic Macqueen
  • An International Bibliography Of The Writings Of Medard Boss (1929-2003) – Miles Groth
  • Book Reviews