Existential Psych - Existentialism Existential psychotherapy is an attitude toward human suffering that has no manual It asks deep questions about the

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Existentialism : Existential psychotherapy is an attitude toward human suffering that has no manual. It asks deep questions about the nature of the human being and the nature of anxiety, despair, grief, loneliness, isolation, and anomic. It also deals centrally with the questions of meaning, creativity and love. (Corey, 2013, p.139) The existential theory was developed during the 19 th century from existential philosophy (Corey, 2013) Phenomenology: Existentialism uses a philosophical method called phenomenology. According to philosophy index, “phenomenology is a philosophical model that was made to be free of presupposition. The idea is to study and describe objects and events from the position of observers, rather than to make claims about some objective reality.” Existential Philosophers: Simone de Beauvoir, Jean-Paul Satre, Albert Camus Basic Concepts of Existentialism:
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  • Summer '15
  • Brian Siembor
  • Existentialism, Søren Kierkegaard, existential psychotherapy

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