The aim of Existential Analysis,the journal of the Society for Existential Analysis, is to provide a forum for the expression of views and the exchange of ideas amongst those interested in existential-phenomenological analysis and its application to therapeutic practice and everyday life.
Existential Analysis is edited by Simon du Plock & Martin Adams. In addition to our esteemed international Editorial Board, the journal also operates a Panel of Readers, all of whom are well-established Existential therapists or psychologists with expertise in various areas of existential-phenomenological theory and practice. The Panel of Readers contribute to the peer review process for journal submissions.
Printed Hard copies of Existential Analysis are sent to current members each time there is a new edition and are available via this site until they run out. No further copies are printed after the initial print run.
Printed hard copies cost £12 for SEA Members while they are logged into their account and £17 for non-members.