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  1. Abstract Authors of American psychology textbooks habitually refer to the existential-humanistic or humanistic-existential approach to treatment, while therapists in the UK and Europe say that this usage is inaccurate, and that the differences between the existential and humanistic approaches outweigh their similarities.

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  2. Nov 24, 2011 · MCT is a positive, existential psychotherapy, which incorporates psychoeducational, cognitive-behavioral, narrative, and positive psychologies, by using personal meaning as an organizing construct. The article ends with a case study. Meaning-oriented programs for addiction are not unknown.

    • Geoff Thompson
    • geofft@schc.ca
    • 2012
  3. MCT is a positive, existential psychotherapy, which incorporates psychoeducational, cognitive-behavioral, narrative, and positive psychologies, by using personal meaning as an organizing construct....

  4. According to Corey (2017), the existential therapy’s main concept is essentially an experiential approach to counseling rather than a firm theoretical model, it stresses core human conditions, and the interest is on the present and on what one is becoming. The approach has a future orientation and stresses self-awareness before action is taken.

  5. The correct answer was: Operant, as it is a voluntary action. A client has been experiencing uncontrolled anxiety, his symptoms include edginess, sleep changes, fatigue, and significant distress. To meet the DSM-5 diagnostic criteria for generalized anxiety disorder, these symptoms must be present for at least how many months? Six months.

  6. A good relationship between patient and therapist is essential to any treatment.

  7. Fehl (2012) states, “Meaning in life empowers the individual to take risks, maintain balance, and embrace change. In addition, existential psychology suggests that a life without purpose and meaning is not life at all, but akin to being dead already” (p. 3). People’s purpose and meaning changes throughout the lifespan but once death ...