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The Wiley World Handbook of Existential Therapy

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An existential therapy handbook from those in the field, with its broad scope covering key texts, theories, practice, and research

The Wiley World Handbook of Existential Therapy is a work representing the collaboration of existential psychotherapists, teachers, and researchers. It's a book to guide readers in understanding human life better through the exploration of aspects and applications of existential therapy. The book presents the therapy as a way for clients to explore their experiences and make the most of their lives. Its contributors offer an accurate and in-depth view of the field. An introduction of existential therapy is provided, along with a summary of its historical foundations. Chapters are organized into sections that cover: daseinsanalysis; existential-phenomenonological, -humanistic, and -integrative therapies; and existential group therapy. International developments in theory, practice and research are also examined.

About the Editors ix

Notes on Contributors xi

Acknowledgments xviii

Preface xix

Introduction 1
Mick Cooper, Erik Craig, and Emmy van Deurzen

Part I Daseinsanalysis 29
Edited by Erik Craig

1 The History of Daseinsanalysis 33
Erik Craig

2 Philosophy and Theory: Daseinsanalysis – An Ontological Approach to Psychic Suffering Based on the Philosophy of Martin Heidegger 55
Alice Holzhey‐Kunz

3 Method and Practice: Daseinsanalytic Structure, Process, and Relationship 68
Erik Craig and Perikles Kastrinidis

4 Case Studies: A Therapist’s Search for His Own Way of Being Daseinsanalytic 83
Perikles Kastrinidis

5 Key Texts in Daseinsanalysis 95
Loray Daws and Erik Craig

6 Challenges and New Developments 110
Erik Craig, Loray Daws, Thanasis Georgas, and Robert D. Stolorow

Part II Existential-Phenomenological Therapy 127
Edited by Emmy van Deurzen

7 History of Existential‐Phenomenological Therapy 133
Simon du Plock and Digby Tantam

8 Existential Phenomenological Therapy: Philosophy and Theory 154
Helen Hayes and Martin Adams

9 Existential‐Phenomenological Therapy: Method and Practice 167
Martin Adams

10 Existential‐Phenomenological Therapy Illustration: Rahim’s Dilemma 181
Emmy van Deurzen and Claire Arnold‐Baker

11 Key Texts in Existential‐Phenomenological Therapy 198
Laura Barnett

12 Challenges and New Developments in Existential‐Phenomenological Therapy 214
Claire Arnold‐Baker and Neil Lamont with Martin Adams, Joel Vos, Chris Blackmore, Digby Tantam, Edgar Correia, Alison Srasser, Sasha van Deurzen‐Smith, and Ann Lagerström

Part III Existential-Humanistic and Existential-Integrative Therapy 231
Edited by Kirk J. Schneider

13 The History of Existential‐Humanistic and Existential‐Integrative Therapy 235
Louis Hoffman, Ilene A. Serlin, and Shawn Rubin

14 Existential‐Humanistic and Existential‐Integrative Therapy: Philosophy and Theory 247
Kirk J. Schneider

15 Existential‐Humanistic and Existential‐Integrative Therapy: Method and Practice 257
Orah T. Krug

16 Case Illustrations of Existential‐Humanistic and Existential‐Integrative Therapy 267
Orah T. Krug, Nathaniel Granger, Irvin Yalom, and Kirk J. Schneider

17 Key Texts of Existential‐Humanistic and Existential‐Integrative Therapy 282
Shawn Rubin, Louis Hoffman, and Mark Yang

18 Challenges and New Developments in Existential‐Humanistic and Existential‐Integrative Therapy 290
Louis Hoffman, Theopia Jackson, Ed Mendelowitz, Xuefu Wang, Mark Yang, Ken Bradford, and Kirk J. Schneider

Part IV Logotherapy and Existential Analysis 305
Edited by Alfried Längle

19 The History of Logotherapy and Existential Analysis 309
Alfried Längle

20 Logotherapy and Existential Analysis: Philosophy and Theory 324
Claudia Reitinger and Emmanuel J. Bauer

21 Logotherapy and Existential Analysis: Method and Practice 341
Silvia Längle and Derrick Klaassen

22 Logotherapy and Existential Analysis Therapy Illustration: Personal Existential Analysis in Clinical Practice 356
Mihaela Launeanu, Derrick Klaassen, and Bruce A. Muir

23 Key Texts: From Frankl to Langle 369
Karin Steinert, Barbara Gawel, and Silvia Längle

24 Challenges and New Developments in Logotherapy and Existential Analysis 381
Janelle Kwee and Alfried Längle

Part V Existential Group Therapy 405
Edited by Digby Tantam

25 History and Philosophy of Existential Group Therapy 409
Digby Tantam

26 Existential and Phenomenological Theories of Group Relations 424
Digby Tantam

27 Existential Group Therapy: Method and Practice 437
Digby Tantam and Emmy van Deurzen

28 Existential Group Therapy: Therapy Illustrations 459
Catherine C. Classen, Orah T. Krug, Marie S. Dezelic, Lynda Ansell, Rex Haigh, Sarah Hamilton, Fiona Lomas, Sharon Tizzard, and Hilary Welsh

29 Key Texts in Existential Group Therapy 479
Simone Lee

30 Challenges and New Developments in Existential Group Therapy 496
Digby Tantam

Part VI International Developments: Theory, Practice, and Research 505
Edited by Simon du Plock

31 Introduction 507
Simon du Plock

32 The Development of Existential Therapy in Scandinavia 510
Anders Dræby Sørensen, Bo Jacobsen, and Lennart Belfrage

33 Eastern Europe and Russia 523
Rimantas Kočiūnas, Semjon Yesselson, and Dmitry Leontiev

34 Southern Europe 552
Evgenia T. Georganda, Edgar A. Correia, Lodovico E. Berra, Jak Icoz, Gideon Menda, and Yali Sar Shalom

35 Latin American Developments 567
Susana Signorelli, and Yaqui Andrés Martínez Robles

36 An East–West Dialogue: An outline of Existential Therapy Development in China and Related Asian Countries 579
Xuefu Wang

37 A Review of Research on Existential‐Phenomenological Therapies 592
Joel Vos

38 Conclusions by the Editors 615

Index 619