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  1. Jul 01, 2020 · This is a good example of existential-humanistic leadership where I-positions are re-organized to stimulate novelty to the benefit of the group’s learning process. Still, the process of how Perls arrived at this specific type of leadership remains unclear and unknown.

  2. The Chinese faculty and small group leaders have studied existential-humanistic psychology theory and techniques with Dr. Mark Yang and other American existential-humanistic faculty for a number of years. The Chinese faculty possess not only solid theoretical knowledge, but also rich clinical and teaching experience.

  3. Gottman identified four harmful communication approaches called the Four Horsemen that should be avoided during fights. Based upon your assessment completed in the previous tip, you should have some insight into which of Gottman’s Four Horsemen you and your partner use most frequently. The next step is to understand how to change these ...

  4. The main directions of modern psychotherapy: psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, existential-humanistic. Comparative characteristics of the goals, objectives, concepts of health and pathology, the position of the psychotherapist and methods of work. 1.

  5. The therapist and client, two existential human beings, can establish a bonded alliance, creating a collaboration and intersubjective communication. This intersubjective communication is the intuitive therapist sensing the client going beyond words. It is through the client/therapist intersubjectivity an entity called the "third essence" emerges.

  6. Jun 10, 2013 · The good therapist is an artist whose portrait or part-sketch of the other, via reflection, is a characterization not a photograph, at best a likeness powerfully recognized by the client but going beyond his/her exact words and often beyond previous clear or articulated perception.

  7. The profession of psychology should look suspiciously on the therapist who thinks every client is a good fit for him or her, and should develop better recourses to help clients become informed consumers. I will close this section with a discussion of client-therapist matching in postmodern times.