2014 May 2 Summit Conference on Eco-Phenomenology
2014 July 31, August 1, August 2 Conference on Psychoanalysis, Phenomenology & Culture
University of Montana
EPIS 2-Year, 4-Year (& 7-Year) Post Graduate Program
2-Year (& 4-Year) Post Graduate Program in Existential Psychoanalysis and Phenomenology. Registration now open. Please contact Dr. Kevin Boileau for details and information. 406-396-7912
Learn more about our seminars.Click here.
Friesian View http://www.friesian.com/existent.htm
Existential Primer http://www.tameri.com/csw/exist/
Jean-Paul Sartre Lecture http://www.marxists.org
Existential Philosophy http://www.allaboutphilosophy.org
Existentialism and Human Emotions http://www.anselm.edu/.htm
Existential Psychoanalytic Institute & Society
The Existential Psychoanalytic Institute & Society (EPIS) is a contemporary psychoanalytic society, research institute, and clinical referral network dedicated to the exploration and treatment of the human condition through a synthesis of existential analysis, traditional psychoanalysis, phenomenology, and critical philosophy.
It is also committed to exploring these questions with a receptive attitude rather than a dogmatic one, looking forward as well as backward. The aim is to search for truth with an open mind and an attitude of wonder instead of fitting a client into pre-established categories and interpretations.
Existential ApproachThe existential approach is first and foremost philosophical. It is concerned with the understanding of a person’s situation in the world and with the clarification of how an individual constructs meaning in his or her life. It focuses on the relation of an individual with mortality, personal identity, social relationships, understanding of the natural world, and spirituality.
The existential approach considers human nature to be open-ended, flexible, and capable of an enormous range of experience. According to this approach, there is no essential, solid self, no given definition of one’s personality and abilities, and thus we each have the potential to create our lives within a wide range of free attitudes and behaviors.
Existential thinkers avoid restrictive models that categorize or label people. Instead they look for new horizons of historical, cultural, and transcultural possibility and attempt to completely immerse themselves in their clients’ worlds. Methodologically, existential thinkers, therapists, and analysts proceed by rendering description, not explanation.
Our purpose is to facilitate the continued expansion of existentialist-based therapy and analysis by providing an educational and clinical environment that focuses on their development.
EPIS Clinical Referral Network
EPIS Clinical Referral Network is under going reconstruction. Please call Nazarita Goldhammer for more information 206-335-6857
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