Structural existential analysis (sea)
a phenomenological method for therapeutic work
Phenomenology has inspired many forms of therapeutic practice over the past century. This paper summarizes fundamental aspects of phenomenological practice, which are often forgotten. It covers phenomenological, eidetic and transcendental reductions and briefly introduces other aspects of structural existential analysis such as the four worlds model, timeline, and emotional compass. The work is brought to life with the case illustration of a client discovering how to make sense of her world by applying phenomenological principles.
van Deurzen, E. (2016)., Structural existential analysis (sea): a phenomenological method for therapeutic work, in S. E. Schulenberg (ed.), Clarifying and furthering existential psychotherapy, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 95-113.
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