By Martin Adams
'A concise advent to existential counselling is a wonderful addition to the literature on existential counselling and psychotherapy. Martin Adams offers a great evaluation of the sphere if you happen to are new to it even as distilling key good points in a fashion with a purpose to be helpful for skilled practitioners' - Meg Barker, Senior Lecturer in Psychology on the Open University
A Concise advent to Existential Counselling is simply that: a short and obtainable pocket advisor to the underlying idea & perform of the existential approach.
Addressing every thing a brand new trainee must be aware of and do in a fashion that's solely available and jargon-free, this book:
- presents a quick heritage of the existential tradition
- places key options into contexts, displaying how thought interprets into practice
- Discusses concerns within the healing process
- indicates easy methods to paintings successfully with regardless of the shopper brings to the session
- Addresses the importance of existential notion within the wider world
This ebook would be the excellent spouse to new trainees trying to embark on their route to pondering and training existentially.
Martin Adams is a practitioner and manager in inner most perform and a Lecturer on the New university of Psychotherapy and Regents collage, either in London.
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When we are depressed we say, ‘What is there to live for? ’, meaning that we cannot see a future for ourselves. By opening to the present and future, we realise the past can change – not the material events of the past, which we only have a sketchy knowledge of anyway, but the personal meaning we currently make of the past. A simple everyday example of this is that when we are happy, we find it easier to remember happy times we have had, and similarly when we are sad. Letting go of the idea that we are determined by the past gives us the freedom but also the responsibility to change.
As with authenticity and self, we cannot talk about happiness as a commodity that can be accumulated. The rise of technology has led us to believe that we need not suffer and that if we do, something has gone wrong. In our desire to have things easy, we turn ourselves into objects, and lose touch with what makes live worth living. Happiness cannot be technologised; there are no pills, magic words or short cuts. The view of happiness as enduring calmness can only come with completeness and we are only ever complete on death because death is the end of possibility.
It is highly likely that the client will try to find out more about us from the internet. By denying that we are disclosing, we are disclosing ourselves to be dishonest and untrustworthy. A good question to ask ourselves is ‘What is it like to be listened to by me’? indd 45 07/12/2012 4:03:41 PM A Concise Introduction to Existential Counselling is important is what difference it makes for the client to know or not to know about the issue in question. Often what are remembered as curative long after the counselling has finished are the times when the counsellor became real and disclosed something about themselves.
A Concise Introduction to Existential Counselling by Martin Adams