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Thursday, 11 October 2012 17:08

The 6th Conference of East European Association for Existential Therapy (EEAET)

Existential Dimension in Counselling and Psychotherapy


September 23 (The second day of the Conference)

There are The Second Conference Day video records presented below:

Ala Radchenko (Russia) "The delayed" Bodily Reactions to Psychic Trauma: Difficult Patients in Psychotherapy (in Russian, 47 min)


 




Rimantas Kociunas (Lithuania) Self-deception in psychotherapy (in Russian, 41 min)


 




Irina Glukhova (Belarus) What is the kind of philosophy the psychologists and psychotherapists need? (in Russian, 28 min)


 




Irina Skupele (Latvia) The concept of Good and Evil in the Existential Psychology and Psychotherapy (in Russian, 31 min)


 




Kristina Ona Polukordiene (Lithuania) Why is Psychology of Loss important today? (in Russian, 29 min)


 




Tatiana Karpunkina (Russia) Experience of Parental Bereavement (from working with teenagers practice) (in Russian, 29 min)


 




Anatoly Finskiy (Belarus) Value of Conscience in Psychotherapy (in Russian, 30 min)


 




Workshops:

Alice Holzhey (Switzerland) Dasein-analysis as an existential approach to mental disorders (case study)
Natalia Ivanova, Ina Pyshinska (Latvia) Personality's way of life in psychotherapy
Kristina Ona Polukordiene (Lithuania) Why is Psychology of Loss important today?
Marina Sychova (Belarus) Existential aspects of Destiny in a practice of Psychotherapy
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