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Contents 25.1 2014
Becoming An Existential Therapist Emmy van Deurzen
Being Sexual: Human Sexuality Revisited Ernesto Spinelli
Are Sexual Preferences Existential Choices? Victor Amorim Rodrigues
Working In Controlled Environments: Ideas and Reflections On A Phenomenological
Stance For Mental Health-Care Professionals Diego Vitali
Of Cocaine And Scaffold Bars: A Critique of The Myth of Mental Illness
by Thomas S Szasz Christina Richards
Creative Inspiration and Existential Coaching Sasha van Deurzen-Smith
A Phenomenological Analysis of Existential Conscience in James Ivory’s
(1993) The Remains of the Day George Berguno
The Affirmation of Experience A contribution towards a science of
social situations Aaron Esterson
‘QuintessentiaI Phenomenology’ On Aaron Esterson’s ‘The Affirmation of
Experience’ Anthony Stadlen
Kierkegaardian Selves: The Will Transformed Dr. Tamar Aylat-Yaguri
Madness As An Escape Ekaterina Denyskova
Psychosis As A Mechanism For Coping With Existential Distress Grant S. Shields