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Existenzanalyse 32, 1, 15

Zeitschrift ExistenzanalyseORIGINALARBEIT

  • Existential negotiation practices
  • Fundamental motivations as structure for the process of negotiation (Elena Ambarnova)
  • Burnout prevention for parents
  • An existential-analytical approach based on empirical results (Irina Efimova)

ZUR DISKUSSION

  • Every human needs the other … Personal deprivation and its influence on the development of the personality (Alexander Barannikov)

ZUM THEMA

  • What entails old age? Suffering and maturing as existential challenge (Alfried Längle)
  • On the art of being adult Impulses for personality development (Christoph Kolbe)
  • To live finally. On the magic within the beginning and the art of letting go (Anton Nindl)
  • Achieving the good. A geronto-psychiatric care and support concept (Helmut Dorra)

AUS DER PRAXIS

  • The treatment of elderly people: a progress report (Erika Luginbühl)
  • What is nice about old age? (Eva Liesmann)
  • The day-structuring morning group – Introduction and existential analytical foundation of an innovative socio-psychiatric group concept (C. Tobias Jahn)
  • Resource oriented work with dementia patients and their relatives (Eva Richter)
  • Existential analysis in retirement and nursing homes How Existential Analysis can serve the nursing staff and the inhabitants of retirement and nursing homes (László Kovács)
  • Special characteristics of logo therapeutic counseling and existential analytic consulting of residents in retirement homes (Silvia Teuwsen)

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • Spiritualität in der Psychotherapie – Zu einer neuen österreichischen Richtlinie (Michael Utsch)
  • Gestalttherapie und Existenzanalyse – Eine Antwort auf Frau Bünemann (Helga Grubitzsch)

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