The Search for Authenticity: An Existential-Analytic Approach to Psychotherapy ebook
by James F. T. Bugental
Bugental, James F. T. Publication date. San Francisco : Jossey-Bass Publishers. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by sf-loadersive. org on September 2, 2009.
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Bugental, J. F. (1978) Existential psychotherapy. New York: Basic Books, In. Publishers.
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A person is authentic in that degree to which his (sic) being in the world is unqualifiedly in accord with the givenness of his own nature and of the world.
At the very outset of this excellent book, Dr. Bugental seizes the attention of the reader with an explicit preamble as. . Bugental seizes the attention of the reader with an explicit preamble as to his motives, techniques and theory. The fullness of the analyst as a struggling, conscientious and aware human being is conveyed with a rich feeling for the subtle colorations of his existence. The reader is invited to participate in a unique experience where philosophy and practice, ideas and action, analyst and hip are presented in fruitful detail. Published by Irvington Pub (1981). ISBN 10: 0829001085 ISBN 13: 9780829001082.
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Jim Bugental was one of the important early leaders of the existential psychotherapy movement. A particularly important contribution in this book is Bugental’s illustration of working with difficult issues in therapy. More than that, he was a strong proponent of depth psychotherapy in general. Psychotherapy Isn’t What You Think, one of his final books, is an important contribution to this literature. At the point of his career when he wrote this book, psychotherapy had undergone many significant changes. Many of his illustrations involve working through resistance and anger processes in therapy.