Welcome to the website of the Society for Existential Analysis (SEA). We hope that you will enjoy exploring our website and find it a useful source of information about what is going on in the world of Existential Analysis, Counselling & Psychotherapy.
The aim of the SEA – is to provide a forum for the expression of views and the exchange of ideas amongst those interested in the analysis of existence from philosophical and psychological perspectives.
For more information see: About Existential Analysis
CPD – Working With Sexual Attraction In Therapy
The next SEA CPD event will take place on Saturday September 23rd 2017.
The aim of this SEA workshop is to offer counsellors and therapists an opportunity to immerse themselves in not just talking and thinking about the
subject of sexual attraction in therapy, but also getting in touch with how we actually feel about this topic, how we resonate with it, in a more embodied and relational way.
You can find further information about the cpd event here.
You can purchase tickets to the cpd event here.
SEA Conference & AGM 2017
The Society for Existential Analysis Conference and AGM will take place:
Saturday 11th November 09.00 – 16.00 with the AGM 16.30 – 17.30
Sunday 12th November 09.00 – 13.00
Venue Details: NCVO – Kings Cross, London.
The theme of this years conference will be Naked & Dangerous.
You can find further information about the conference here.
You can purchase tickets to the conference here.
Join the SEA / Renew your membership
If you would like to join the SEA, or renew your existing membership simply click here.
You can now download archive editions of the society’s newsletter, The Hermeneutic Circular, here.
Archive editions of the newsletter will be added to the website after a new edition has been published.
If you would like to receive the latest editions of the Hermeneutic Circular as they are published you can join the society here.
Existential Analysis 28.1
The latest edition of Existential Analysis, 28.1, was published in January.
If you are a member of the SEA you will now have received your hard copy. If you were expecting a copy but have not received it, it may mean that your membership has expired or we do not have your correct address on file. Please contact the membership secretary to check your status.
You can purchase a copy of the journal here: