Pragmatic Existential Counseling and Psychotherapy: Intimacy, Intuition and the Search for Meaning
Pragmatic Existential Counseling and Psychotherapy integrates concepts of positive psychology and strengths based therapy into existential therapy. Turning existential therapy on its head, this exciting, all-new title approaches the theory from a positive, rather than the traditional deficit model. Authored by a leading figure in existential therapy, Jerrold Lee Shapiro, the aim is to make existential therapy positive and easily accessible to a wide audience through a pragmatic, stage wise model. Shapiro expands on the work of Viktor Frankl and focuses on delivery to individuals and groups, men and women, and evidence based therapy. The key to his work is to help the client focus on resistance and to use it as a means of achieving therapeutic breakthroughs. Filled with vignettes and rich case examples, the book is comprehensive, accessible, concrete, pragmatic and very human in connection between author and reader.
Counseling | Counseling Psychology | Other Psychology
Shapiro, Jerrold Lee, "Pragmatic Existential Counseling and Psychotherapy: Intimacy, Intuition and the Search for Meaning" (2015). Faculty Book Gallery. 48.