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Sophie Leighton Translation. Daseinsanalysis - the psychiatric and psychotherapeutic school of thought founded by Ludwig Binswanger and Medard Boss in the s - had a huge impact on the development of existential therapies in the English-speaking world. This highly stimulating and lucid book gives a critical overview of the daseinsanalytic concepts of Binswanger and Boss and explains their key diffe Daseinsanalysis - the psychiatric and psychotherapeutic school of thought founded by Ludwig Binswanger and Medard Boss in the s - had a huge impact on the development of existential therapies in the English-speaking world.

This highly stimulating and lucid book gives a critical overview of the daseinsanalytic concepts of Binswanger and Boss and explains their key differences. Author Alice Holzhey-Kunz gives a systematic account of a new approach to mental suffering - based on Kierkegaard, Heidegger, and Sartre - that never loses sight of Freud's fundamental insight into the hidden meaning of apparently senseless neurotic symptoms.

She goes on to demonstrate that mental suffering is a 'suffering from our own being' before considering the therapeutic implications of the existential view of mental suffering, concluding that Freud's three technical rules provide the optimal conditions for understanding and engaging with these baffling existential experiences.

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More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Daseinsanalysis. Oct 18, Adam Whitney added it. The best, most comprehensive book on the subject. At least the best you can find in English. Unfortunately, Boss really sabotaged a lot of the potential for his model of therapy through his unconditional devotion to Heidegger which was cultish, bordering on worship.

This is the best description of an authentic, standard if there is such a thing existential therapy model you can possibly find. Difficult read but totally worth it. One of the best introductions to existential psychotherapy.

Would highly recommend to every "wanna-be" existential psychotherapist or any practising psychologist who has interest in existential field.

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Some important words in PEP Web articles are highlighted when you place your mouse pointer over them. Clicking on the words will display a definition from a psychoanalytic dictionary in a small window. Daseinsanalysis was the term used by the psychiatrist Ludwig Binswanger from the s for his approach to the severe problems with which his patients presented him. Binswanger , who had trained at the famous Burgholzli clinic outside Zurich, had been drawn to psychoanalysis and became friends with Freud - they had a long and voluminous correspondence - as well as being acquainted with the ideas of Jung. He later encountered the thinking of the German philosopher, Martin Heidegger , and sought to apply that thinking to his own work.

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