experiential therapies

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Experiential Therapies Learning Objectives Identify the key common principles of experiential therapies Recognize the contributions of key figures in the field Articulate the principle components of experiential therapy Identify the empirical support for experiential therapy
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Experiential Therapy – Key Names Carl Rogers Father of the humanistic movement in USA Developer of person-centered/client-centered therapy Key elements: Empathy Unconditional positive regard congruence
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Experiential Therapy – Key Names Eugene Gendlin – experiencing Meaning-making is produced in the interaction of a felt meaning and the symbols that we use to contain it Focusing-oriented psychotherapy Felt sense Focusing attitude Fritz Perls Gestalt therapy Shoulds Creative adjustment Techniques – empty chair
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Gestalt Therapy Focus on here and now Dialogical Gestalt Therapy (Yontef)
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