Meaning Therapy: An Integrative and Positive Existential Psychotherapy

@inproceedings{2013MeaningTA,
  title={Meaning Therapy: An Integrative and Positive Existential Psychotherapy},
  author={},
  year={2013}
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  • Published 2013
Meaning Therapy, also known as meaningcentered counseling and therapy, is an integrative, positive existential approach to counseling and psychotherapy. Originated from logotherapy, Meaning Therapy employs personal meaning as its central organizing construct and assimilates various schools of psychotherapy to achieve its therapeutic goal. Meaning Therapy focuses on the positive psychology of making life worth living in spite of sufferings and limitations. It advocates a psycho-educational… CONTINUE READING

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