The Psychology of Existence: An Integrative, Clinical Perspective / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- McGraw-Hill Higher Education
A prestigious, original title co-authored by Rollo May, one of the best selling American fathers of existential psychology. This long awaited text in existential psychology presents a practical, integrative approach to the discipline especially for the training clinician. Three broad dimensions are emphasized: its literary, philosophical, and psychological heritage, its recent and future trends, and its therapeutic applications.
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Table of ContentsPART ONE: HISTORICAL ROOTS OF EXISTENTIAL-INTEGRATIVE PSYCHOLOGYCHAPTER 1: Literary Roots CHAPTER 2: Philosophical Roots CHAPTER 3: Psychological Roots PART TWO: RECENT AND FUTURE TRENDS IN EXISTENTIAL-INTEGRATIVE PSYCHOLOGY CHAPTER 4: From Segregation to Integration PART THREE: THERAPEUTIC APPLICATIONS OF EXISTENTIAL-INTEGRATIVE PSYCHOLOGY CHAPTER 5: Guidelines for an Existential-Integrative (EI) Approach CHAPTER 6: Case Illustrations of Experiential Liberation Summary and Conclusion