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“Intensive” Consultation Group

EHI’s E-H Therapy Consultation Group offerings are intended to give participants hands-on experiential opportunities to gain a deeper understanding of how to work with clients from an E-H perspective. Each group is facilitated by two EHI training instructors/therapists who serve as the group leaders. Leaders emphasize effective relational and experiential techniques that enable genuine encounters and real therapeutic change. Participants present cases in a safe and supportive environment.

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The Existential Moment: Existential Givens—Freedom

This problem shows the power of a mental set, an unconscious predisposition to approach a problem in a particular way based on experience and habit. A mental set exemplifies the limitations experience puts on choice. However, the past is simply one of several limitations placed on our freedom.

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CEs Approved for Otto Rank Workshop 3/19

The Existential Unconscious and The Therapeutic Relationship: Otto Rank and the Birth of Existential-Humanistic Psychotherapy Developed and Facilitated by Otto Rank Scholar: Robert Kramer, PhD Hosted by: Existential-Humanistic Institute Date/Time: Saturday, March 19th, 10am-1pm PST; Online Workshop Tickets: General/Professional-$35; Student/Elder- $20; Economic Hardship/Equity-$10 CEs*: 3 CEs approved for live presentation; $18.50 CE fee. Please connect with us for CE course

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E-H Consult Group Starts Friday-Opening

Our first E-H Therapy case consultation group of the year is starting February 4th. There is an opening-please reach out below if you are interested. Description of Working in the E-H Therapy Consultation Group This group is being led by Kirk Schneider, PhD and Stephanie Weissman, PsyD, both EHI instructors and psychologists with extensive experience in private practice. In this

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The Existential Moment: Existential Givens—Death

A picture is worth a thousand words.  At Eternity’s Gate by Vincent van Gogh conveys the overwhelming weight of grief.  However, the title brings home the meaning of the work and, more surprisingly, the hope in the subject of the painting, death. Western art depicts death through numerous symbols and scenes:  skeletons, skulls, scythes, apocalyptic scenes, the superhuman, the demonic,

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