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Vol 21.2 2010 SOLD OUT – pdf available

Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis A Reply to Amedeo Giorgi Jonathan A Smith
Psychotherapy and the Concepts of Good and Evil Ji?í R?ži?ka
On the BoundaryWorking 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 AnalysisReflections 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
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