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  1. If the client or therapist do not have good quality cameras, ... part of the existential–humanistic therapist’s preparation ... The model proposes that existential learning is a key mediator ...

  2. We continuously recreate ourselves through our projects. 6. Anxiety is part of the human condition. 7. Death is a fact of life, and awareness of it gives significance to our lives. Therapeutic goals of existential psychotherapy: 1. To help people see that they are free and become aware of their possibilities.

    • Timothy Thomason
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  4. 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.

    • Enno Freiherr von Fircks
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  5. The potency of existential humanistic psychotherapy may be felt when working in the moment with the paradox of human existence as "a part of [a group] and apart from" others (M. Heery, personal communication, International Institute for Humanistic Studies, Unearthing the Moment, Course 1, July 8-10, 2005).

  6. Jul 30, 2014 · Gestalt Therapy is an experiential, existential and humanistic psychotherapy which has lost popularity in counseling education. However, I find it still has great merit, for it can be amended to suit the individual client's temperament, as well as to the temperament of the therapist. I believe Gestalt “done right” is art.

    • Nina Bingham
  7. 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.