Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies: Update on the World Association's JournalCourse
The success of the journal Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies is a central goal of the World Association. The journal seeks to create dialogues and stimulate creativity and productivity to broaden the impact of person-centered
Exploring The Development Of The PCE-Literature And Research Database - Sophia Balamoutsou, Brian Rodgers & David OberreiterCourse
The aim of this lecture is to share some of the developments of the Person Centered and Experiential Literature and Research Database and then focus on the development of the Research part of the Database.
The Outcome Of Humanistic-Experiential Psychotherapies: 2019 Meta-Analysis Update - Robert ElliottCourse
We updated our previous reviews of outcome evidence evaluating humanistic-experiential psychotherapies (HEPs), including person-centred, emotion-focused, supportive/ nondirective, gestalt/psychodrama and other HEPs.
Defining Trauma From a Person-Centered and Experiential Perspective - Dr. Sarton Weinraub PhD. & Prof. Keith TudorCourse
If there is a struggle within mental health for which help and change is needed, it is a robust understanding of the concept of trauma. Trauma has become one of the most significant concepts in mental health in modern times.
Helping the Client’s Anxious Brain to New Learning With the BSAFE Protocol - Kim OechsleCourse
How can the clinician help anxious clients to immediate in-session relief? The client experiences anxiety as a direct and involuntary emotional consequence of perception and thinking in a certain situation.