International Journal of Existential Psychology and Psychotherapy
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Vol 7 No 1 (2017): International Journal of Existential Psychology and Psychotherapy
This issue features six submitted articles on topics ranging from depression, dependent personality disorder, social marginalization, and meaning (or meaninglessness) from an existential perspective.
The Relationships of the Five Existential Concerns with Depression and Existential Thinking
Madeline Kretschmer, Lance Storm
Exploring the Relationship between Social Marginalization, Meaning in Life, and Mindfulness: A Mixed-Methods Approach
Zvi Bellin, Ph.D., Karla Papula, M.A., Jessica Youseffi, M.A., Mark Kurai, Ph.D.
The Effectiveness of Existential Group Therapy on Social and Emotional Adjustment in Women with Dependent Personality Disorder
Nazanin Sadeghizadeh Sadati, M.A., Bita Hosseini, Ph.D., Mohammad Hakami, Ph.D., Niloofar Sadeghizadeh Sadati, M.A.
Meaning and Spirituality: A Thematic Analysis
Dorothy J. Steffler, Ph.D., Kenneth C. Murdoch, M.Ed.
The Conceptualization of Meaninglessness in Advaita Vedanta
Kirthana Ganesh, M.Sc., Mareena Susan Wesley, Ph.D.
The Meaning of Mental Illness
Mark L. Ruffalo
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