Existential Psychotherapy and Counselling After Postmodernism: The Selected Works of Del Loewenthal

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Routledge, 2016 - Counseling - 212 pages
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Del Loewenthal's career has been wide-ranging, spanning existentialism, psychoanalysis, critical psychotherapy, humanism, postmodernism, phototherapy, cognitive behaviour therapy and childhood studies. This collection combines new and recent works with earlier writings, drawing together his outstanding research and contribution to existential theory, practice and research.

Containing chapters and papers chosen by Loewenthal himself, the book is divided into the following sections:

¿ Existentialism after postmodernism and the psychological therapies

¿ Practice, ideologies and politics: Now you see it, now you don¿t!

¿ Practice, practice issues and the nature of psychotherapeutic knowledge

¿ Practice and theory: Implications not applications

¿ Thoughtful practice and research

¿ Conclusion: Hopefully unending, continually changing and astonishing

After an introduction to the overall book, each section is accompanied by the author's exploration of his further thoughts on the pieces, his own subsequent learning and his comments on developments in the field since the time of writing.

Existential Psychotherapy and Counselling after Postmodernism will be inspiring reading for psychotherapists, psychoanalysts, counsellors, other mental health professionals in general, and existential therapists in particular.

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About the author (2016)

Del Loewenthal is Professor of Psychotherapy and Counselling and Director of the Research Centre for Therapeutic Education at the University of Roehampton. He is an existential-analytic psychotherapist, photographer, chartered psychologist and Chair of the Universities Psychotherapy and Counselling Association. Del is the author of numerous books and papers and Founding Editor of the European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling (Routledge). He also has a private practice in Wimbledon and Brighton.

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