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Vol 22.1 2011

The Question of the Self in Existential Thought Paul McGinley
The Theoretical Underpinnings of Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) Pnina Shinebourne
Toward a Humanistic Positive Psychology Why Can’t We Just Get Along? Kirk Schneider
Discovering the Unhidden Heidegger’s Interpretation of Plato’s Allegory of the Cave and its Implications for Psychotherapy
Sally Powell
The Seeking of Noetic Goals Scale (SONG) Reliability Gloria Margarita Gurrola Peña, Juan Carlos Pérez Hernández, Patricia Balcázar Nava, Martha Patricia Bonilla Muñoz
Motivation and Existence Motivation in Kierkegaard and Heidegger Dorte Odde
Leadership and the Process of Becoming An Artist Never Paints the Same Picture Twice Marc Medina
On Being A Person. Sartre’s Contribution to Psychotherapy Richard Pearce
Temporality and Motivation A Phenomenological Approach to Psychotherapy Edwin L. Hersch
Translation and Conversation In Truth and Method by Hans-Georg Gadamer Chiaki Green
Creating Voice, Creating Being An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of Professional Jazz Musicians’ Experiences
Bryony Walker and Mark Burgess
Understanding, Truth or Resolve? Considering the ‘Aim’ of Existential Psychotherapy and the Approaches of van Deurzen and Spinelli Lisa Daitz
Empathy for the Devil The Daimonic in Therapy. A Tribute to Jean Genet on the Centenary of his Birth Manu Bazzano
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