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The psychology of existence : an integrative, clinical perspective / Kirk J. Schneider, Rollo May.

By: Schneider, Kirk JContributor(s): May, RolloMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: New York : McGraw-Hill, c1995. ISBN: 0070410178Subject(s): Existential psychology | Existential psychotherapyDDC classification: 150.19/2 LOC classification: BF204.5 | .S35 1995
Contents:
Introduction: Existential-Integrative Psychology: A Beginning -- Pt. 1. Historical Roots of Existential-Integrative Psychology. 1. Literary Roots. The Tragedy of Truth about Oneself / Rollo May. The Therapist and the Journey into Hell / Rollo May. Goethe's Faust and the Enlightenment / Rollo May. Gatsby and the Myth of Sisyphus / Rollo May. Hitchcock's Vertigo: An Existential View of Spirituality / Kirk Schneider. 2. Philosophical Roots. Eastern Roots of Existential Philosophy. The Western Existential Tradition. The Task of Existential Philosophy at Present. Dread as a Saving Experience by Means of Faith / Soren Kierkegaard. On the Despisers of the Body / Friedrich Nietzsche. The Myth of Sisyphus / Albert Camus. 3. Psychological Roots. The Legacy of William James (1842-1910). Otto Rank (1884-1939). Origins and Significance of Existential Psychology / Rollo May. How Existentialism and Psychoanalysis Arose out of the Same Cultural Situation / Rollo May. What Psychology Can Learn from the Existentialists / Abraham Maslow. The Wounded Healer / Rollo May. Rollo May: Personal Reflections and Appreciation / James Bugental. R. D. Laing Remembered / Kirk Schneider. For Ronnie Laing / Thomas Greening. Master of Duality: Some Personal Reflections about James Bugental / Kirk Schneider. Kierkegaard's Characterology / Ernest Becker -- Pt. 2. Recent and Future Trends in Existential-Integrative Psychology. 4. From Segregation to Integration. Existential Psychology from within the Training Process / Ann Bassett-Short and Glenn Hammel -- Pt. 3. Therapeutic Applications of Existential-Integrative Psychology. 5. Guidelines for an Existential-Integrative (EI) Approach. How the Chapter Is Organized. Theory of the Existential-Integrative (EI) Approach. Therapeutic Implications of the Theory. The Experiential Liberation Strategy. Presence: A Primary Nutrient. Invoking the Actual: Creatively Inspiring Presence. Vivifying and Confronting Resistance. Meaning-Creation. Summary of the Four Intervention Phases of the Experiential Liberation Strategy. Ways the Intervention Phases Utilize the Constrictive-Expansive Continuum. Summary of EI Decision Points. Skill-Building Exercises: Suggestions for Instructors. 6. Case Illustrations of Experiential Liberation. Black and Impotent: The Case of Mercedes / Rollo May. A Depressed Artist: The Case of Amanda / Chris Armstrong and James Bugental. An African-American Perspective: The Case of Darrin / Don Rice. An Obsessive-Compulsive Male: The Case of Ron / Ed Mendelowitz. A Gay and Lesbian Perspective: The Case of Marcia / Joan Monheit. Psychotic Clients, Laing's Treatment Philosophy, and the Fidelity to Experience in Existential Psychoanalysis / Michael Guy Thompson. Existentialism of Personalism: A Native-American Perspective / Royal Alsup. Brief Encounters with Chinese Clients: The Case of Peter / John Galvin. Preliminary Sketches for a Short-Term Existential-Humanistic Therapy / James Bugental. A Perspective on Alcoholism: The Case of Mr. P / Barbara Ballinger, Robert Matano and Adrianne Amantea. Notes on the Single Woman: The Anne Sexton Complex / Ilene Serlin. A Widow's Experience: The Case of Elva / Irvin Yalom. An Existential-Spiritual Perspective: The Case of Sara / Paul Bowman. The Inner Sense of the Child: The Case of Joey / Steve Curtin. Dialogical (Buberian) Therapy: The Case of Dawn / Maurice Friedman. Reflections on the Depressed and Dying: The Case of Carol / Tom Greening -- The Psychology of Existence: Summary and Conclusion.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction: Existential-Integrative Psychology: A Beginning -- Pt. 1. Historical Roots of Existential-Integrative Psychology. 1. Literary Roots. The Tragedy of Truth about Oneself / Rollo May. The Therapist and the Journey into Hell / Rollo May. Goethe's Faust and the Enlightenment / Rollo May. Gatsby and the Myth of Sisyphus / Rollo May. Hitchcock's Vertigo: An Existential View of Spirituality / Kirk Schneider. 2. Philosophical Roots. Eastern Roots of Existential Philosophy. The Western Existential Tradition. The Task of Existential Philosophy at Present. Dread as a Saving Experience by Means of Faith / Soren Kierkegaard. On the Despisers of the Body / Friedrich Nietzsche. The Myth of Sisyphus / Albert Camus. 3. Psychological Roots. The Legacy of William James (1842-1910). Otto Rank (1884-1939). Origins and Significance of Existential Psychology / Rollo May. How Existentialism and Psychoanalysis Arose out of the Same Cultural Situation / Rollo May. What Psychology Can Learn from the Existentialists / Abraham Maslow. The Wounded Healer / Rollo May. Rollo May: Personal Reflections and Appreciation / James Bugental. R. D. Laing Remembered / Kirk Schneider. For Ronnie Laing / Thomas Greening. Master of Duality: Some Personal Reflections about James Bugental / Kirk Schneider. Kierkegaard's Characterology / Ernest Becker -- Pt. 2. Recent and Future Trends in Existential-Integrative Psychology. 4. From Segregation to Integration. Existential Psychology from within the Training Process / Ann Bassett-Short and Glenn Hammel -- Pt. 3. Therapeutic Applications of Existential-Integrative Psychology. 5. Guidelines for an Existential-Integrative (EI) Approach. How the Chapter Is Organized. Theory of the Existential-Integrative (EI) Approach. Therapeutic Implications of the Theory. The Experiential Liberation Strategy. Presence: A Primary Nutrient. Invoking the Actual: Creatively Inspiring Presence. Vivifying and Confronting Resistance. Meaning-Creation. Summary of the Four Intervention Phases of the Experiential Liberation Strategy. Ways the Intervention Phases Utilize the Constrictive-Expansive Continuum. Summary of EI Decision Points. Skill-Building Exercises: Suggestions for Instructors. 6. Case Illustrations of Experiential Liberation. Black and Impotent: The Case of Mercedes / Rollo May. A Depressed Artist: The Case of Amanda / Chris Armstrong and James Bugental. An African-American Perspective: The Case of Darrin / Don Rice. An Obsessive-Compulsive Male: The Case of Ron / Ed Mendelowitz. A Gay and Lesbian Perspective: The Case of Marcia / Joan Monheit. Psychotic Clients, Laing's Treatment Philosophy, and the Fidelity to Experience in Existential Psychoanalysis / Michael Guy Thompson. Existentialism of Personalism: A Native-American Perspective / Royal Alsup. Brief Encounters with Chinese Clients: The Case of Peter / John Galvin. Preliminary Sketches for a Short-Term Existential-Humanistic Therapy / James Bugental. A Perspective on Alcoholism: The Case of Mr. P / Barbara Ballinger, Robert Matano and Adrianne Amantea. Notes on the Single Woman: The Anne Sexton Complex / Ilene Serlin. A Widow's Experience: The Case of Elva / Irvin Yalom. An Existential-Spiritual Perspective: The Case of Sara / Paul Bowman. The Inner Sense of the Child: The Case of Joey / Steve Curtin. Dialogical (Buberian) Therapy: The Case of Dawn / Maurice Friedman. Reflections on the Depressed and Dying: The Case of Carol / Tom Greening -- The Psychology of Existence: Summary and Conclusion.

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