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New E-H Consultation Group via Zoom

Are you interested in strengthening your understanding of an E-H approach to psychotherapy, enriching your work with your clients and supporting your own personal and professional development? E-H therapists seek not only a deeper knowing of their clients, but also cultivate deeper contact with their own historical context that shapes their sense of their being in the world. EHI’s consultation

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The Existential Moment: The Interpersonal Dimension

“That’ll do very well,” said Alice: “and ‘slithy’?” Alice, of course, is the iconic Lewis Carroll character in Through the Looking Glass. She is asking Humpty Dumpty to explain the nonsensical poem Jabberwocky. “Well, ‘slithy’ means ‘lithe and slimy.’ ‘Lithe’ is the same as ‘active.’ You see it’s like a portmanteau – there are two meanings packed up into one

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4 E-H Masters Workshop: Still Time to Register!

EHNW Conference on Existential Psychotherapy Four Masters, Four Approaches: An Exploration of Existential Theory and Practice Friday, September 24th – Sunday September 26th 14 CEUs Approved via NASW-Oregon Chapter For the first time, the four contemporary leaders of the four major existential psychotherapy schools of thought in the world, will come together and present their specific theories and approaches, followed

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The Existential Moment: Micro-Skills — Slowing Down and Pausing

A stop sign or traffic light. A comma in a sentence. Intermission in a movie. A timeout in a game. Examples of slowing down and pausing abound in our lives. Yet, we often fail to do so. We fail to slow down and pause or stop and then deliberate and decide. Instead, impulse and instinct toss us about as if

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The Existential Moment: The Person of the Therapist

In the Oscar-winning film, Good Will Hunting, Will Hunting (Matt Damon) is a brilliant, troubled young man with a traumatic past. After Will is arrested for attacking a police officer, MIT math professor Gerald Lambeau (Stellan Skarsgard), who has taken Will under his wing as a math prodigy, negotiates with the court for leniency provided Will enters therapy with Sean

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