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Re: existentialism in therapy

Posted by caraher on November 18, 2006, at 12:04:17

In reply to Re: existentialism and therapy SatinDoll, posted by sunnydays on November 18, 2006, at 9:16:11

Could someone expand on this a bit? I'm just starting to see a pdoc/therapist who describes her work as "psychodynamic with an existential bent" and I'm not sure I really understand what this means in terms of how therapy would work. I'd especially appreciate experiences from anyone whose T uses similar language to describe their work. Thanks!




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