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Just donít do something, stand there! Immersion into experience is not a convenient stop on the way to real psychotherapy

Professor David Russell

A manner of existential psychotherapy dares the self to leave itself behind and enter therapy in an attitude of poverty, a state of disturbance which can be so different to a place of charged-up consciousness of self.  The paper will argue the merits of a number of psychotherapeutic strategies that work against an idea/ideal of being, as if there was a single voice of being, and which, in contrast, encourage the multifaceted experience of being.

 

Lecture recorded in May 2008, Sydney

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Professor David Russell

Dr. David Russell is a Sydney psychotherapist. Having recently concluded a number of years as an academic (Associate Professor in the School of Psychology at the University of Western Sydney) he has now returned to private practice. David has found the fields of phenomenological psychology, psychodynamic psychology and existential psychology to be richly rewarding resources for his professional practice.

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