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Existential

In the search for my passion and career I grow more and more unclear as I get older. For whatever reason, this has been at the heart of my existence since I can remember thinking about 'career.' As I get older, I obtain more interests and more distractions from any sort...

I want to share a conceptual continuum created by Kirk Schneider, PhD, a leading writer and theorist in the existential/humanistic psychology community. In his book Existential-Integrative Psychotherapy Dr. Schneider (2008) discusses the main focus of existential psychotherapy for many practitioners and theorists is the human experience of freedom/liberation. Existential therapists...

Book Idea Title: Grounded Introduction: Finding Our Footing Part I: Existential Chapter 1: Seeing the world existentially Chapter 2: Being one's self Chapter 3: Choice and Responsibility Chapter 4: Death Part II: Attachment Chapter 5: Attachment Chapter 6: Attachment in Relationships Chapter 7: Attachment in Environment Chapter 8: Attachment in World Part III: Ecology Chapter 9: Ecology Chapter 10: Interactional Dynamics Chapter 11: Family and Love Chapter...

According to Becker, Kierkegaard warns that one of the "great dangers of life is too much possibility, and that the place where we find people who have succumbed to this danger is the madhouse." I have written about why I think this is a huge piece to the problem of youth...