"Should be read by every psychiatry resident and every clinical psychology intern. It belongs in the library of every psychotherapist." -- --H. Keith BrodieA
This should be considered essential reading for any psychologist/psychiatrist.Published 14 days ago by MorganFreeman
Still the standard textbook in the field for this type of psychotherapy.
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Avant-Garde Politician: Leaders for a New Epoch
Reading this book from the perspective of worries about the future of humanity, as discussed in my recent book, I found... Read more
Deep and thoughtful book, worth the investment for any training psychotherapist or social worker. Yalom is a leader in the field and one whom I trust. Read morePublished 2 months ago by drey c.
Amazing insight here. Invaluable for those pursuing a career in psychiatry or psychology. A worth while read for the lay-person tooPublished 3 months ago by DocJaco
It's always a good experience to read the writings from our original theorist. This books has sample question for therapy using the existential model. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Yinet Gonzalez
Rich with case histories and history of philosophy and psychology, this text explores the four major existential challenges for humans: we all die, we have freedom and... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Yvonne
The Bible of Existential Psychotherapy. Without question the very best book written on the subject, and it is chock-full of therapeutic tips and techniques.Published 10 months ago by AdelaideJoe
Excellent book, but very scholarly, complex and dry. If you like scientific, this will be fine.Published 10 months ago by Gregory C. Brown