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Meaning-Centred Counselling*

@inproceedings{Wong1998MeaningCentredC,
  title={Meaning-Centred Counselling*},
  author={Paul T P Wong},
  year={1998}
}
After reviewing the role of personal meaning in the literature, the paper presents a psychological model of meaning-centred counselling. As an extension of logotherapy, the model is a hybrid resulting from the marriage between existential therapy and cognitive psychology. Some of the concepts in logotherapy are translated into cognitive processes. Meaning is defined in terms of cognitive, affective and motivational components; this triangular hypothesis of the meaning structure can be used to… Expand
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