SEA / Existential Analysis Writing Award – Kierkegaardian Contributions to Existential Therapy

Phenomenology, as a discipline, is concerned with returning to the ways that things are given in experience getting “back to the ‘things themselves.”1 “Existential phenomenology seeks to get at the meaning of lived experience through the careful and systematic analysis of lived experience itself.”2 “Existential phenomenology describes subjective human experience…

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Welcome to our new website

We have updated the graphics and reorganised the layout of the different pages, hoping that you will be able to browse around and find information in a simple and fast way. We are committed to keeping the website updated and efficient, thanks to the dedicated work of…

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Practicing online with clients abroad

With the need to practice psychotherapy online due to the pandemic, there have been queries regarding the legality of providing sessions to clients based outside the UK or, on occasions, when the therapist may be temporarily based abroad. Providing psychotherapy on such occasions is subject to local laws and to…

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Authentic Presence: Buddhist and Existential Perspectives – Ken Bradford PhD

We would like to bring to your attention the following video recording that you may find of interest.

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SEA Symposium

Is there a topic you wish to discuss or present? You could be the next host! The Symposium takes place once a month and it is completely free. A 2 hours Certificate of Attendance will be provided to attendees. Join our Zoom Symposium for a get together to…

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ONLINE THERAPY – GUIDANCE FROM UKCP

UKCP have recently  launched Covid-19 online working guidance in the members area. Here is some step-by-step information; The guidance is only available to Full Clinical, Trainee and Non-clinical members. It is not available to Student, Retired and Affiliate members. Members have to log-in in order to access the document. The…

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Executive Committee Vacancies

The SEA is looking for volunteers to join our group of hard working, motivated, skilled (and equipped with a great sense of humour) committee members. You will be part of a great team and actively contributing to the development and running of the Society.

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