1. The Lost Language of Being: Ontology’s Perilous Destiny in Existential Psychotherapy
  2. Erik Craig
  3. pp. 79-92
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  1. Whither Existential Psychotherapy?
  2. James Phillips
  3. pp. 93-97
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  1. Psychotherapy’s Ontic–Ontological Divide: Going Beyond the Hyphen
  2. René J. Muller
  3. pp. 99-102
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  1. Distinguishing Apples From Trees
  2. Erik Craig
  3. pp. 103-106
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  1. What an Existential Ontology Can Offer Psychotherapists
  2. Edwin L. Hersch
  3. pp. 107-119
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  1. Does a Philosophical Grounding in an Existential Ontology Make for a Better Psychotherapist?
  2. Morris N. Eagle
  3. pp. 121-124
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  1. The Personal Dimension to Ontology
  2. M. Guy Thompson
  3. pp. 125-127
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  1. Further Reflections on Existential Ontology and Psychotherapy
  2. Edwin L. Hersch
  3. pp. 129-132
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  1. A Place for Existential Ontology?: Emblems of Being and Implicit World-Projection
  2. Angelica M. D. Tratter
  3. pp. 133-146
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  1. Existential-Ontological Psychotherapy: Attuning to How Being Is at Issue
  2. Kym Maclaren
  3. pp. 147-150
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  1. Why Ontologize?
  2. Melvin Woody
  3. pp. 151-154
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  1. Ontological Inquiry and Emblematic Meanings of Life
  2. Angelica M. D. Tratter
  3. pp. 155-158
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  1. About the Authors
  2. pp. 159-160
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  1. Concurrent Contents: Recent and Classic References at the Interface of Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology
  2. pp. 161-162
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