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Friday, May 3, 2013

Bob Edelstein Interview Series Pt. 4: Means and Ends of Existential Humanistic Psychotherapy

Bob Edelstein Discusses E-H Psychotherapy Part 4 of 5

Join Bob Edelstein as he addresses the "Means and Ends of Existential Humanistic Psychotherapy", in this fourth part of his E-H Psychotherapy interview series.

In this episode Bob answers the following questions: What does the theory behind Existential Humanistic Psychotherapy define as the means and the ends? What is the meaning of Sartre's claim that “Existence precedes essence”? In what way can a crisis in a person’s life allow to discover a better meaning of their existence and presence in this world? What happens when there is a conflict in a person between their despised and authentic self and how can existential humanistic therapy help to solve this? What is the value is finding one’s authentic self?

Part 4: Means and Ends of Existential Humanistic Psychotherapy (6:56) Askimo TV

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Bob Edelstein, L.M.F.T., M.F.T., is an Existential-Humanistic psychotherapist based in Portland, Oregon. In addition to being a therapist for over 36 years, he also provides consultation, supervision, and training for professionals, including a one-day workshop entitled Deepen Your Therapeutic Work Using an Existential-Humanistic Perspective. Bob is a founding member of the Existential-Humanistic Northwest Professional Organization and the Association for Humanistic Psychology - Oregon Community. He is a board member of the San Francisco based Existential-Humanistic Institute. Read more from Bob on his blog, Authentic Engagement.

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