Results 1-10 of 1
User Review - Flag as inappropriate

Albeit I have only reviewed it in computer,I have to accept that the idea of author is very clear and thoughtful.

Review: Existential Psychotherapy

User Review  - Keith - Goodreads

This book was like reading "The Never Ending Story". As you read it, you discover aspects of and complexities within yourself. It deals with areas that are both basic and essential to the human ... Read full review

Review: Existential Psychotherapy

User Review  - Sophia Dunn - Goodreads

A must-have for every clinician's shelf. Yalom is as masterful a writer as he is a clinician. Written in clear, erudite English without a trace of jargon, Yalom finds and communicates the heart, mind ... Read full review

Review: Existential Psychotherapy

User Review  - K. - Goodreads

I read this book after reading all of Yalom 's fictions, but still every chapter of it has something refreshing and surprising. It puts everything into perspective and the entire reading process is a great learning experience. Highly recommend. Read full review

Review: Existential Psychotherapy

User Review  - Jericopideri - Goodreads

thumbs up Read full review

Review: Existential Psychotherapy

User Review  - Sandy Wolf - Goodreads

This book changed my life, my practice of psychotherapy and my way of relating. Brilliant, thorough, stimulating. Read full review

Review: Existential Psychotherapy

User Review  - Richard - Goodreads

Best possible review of the existential approach. Gold Standard, but not that much fun to read. what would one expect, though? Read full review

Review: Existential Psychotherapy

User Review  - Lily Pilly - Goodreads

I love this book because of its discussions about death and dying, freedom, isolation, meaninglessness and one's very place in life. I think it is also very helpful if the reader has some knowledge and interest in philosophy. Read full review

Review: Existential Psychotherapy

User Review  - Noorah Alhasan - Goodreads

It's a great book for those who are "wandering" and would like some psychological explanation as to why they think and feel the way they do. The first three chapters are death, freedom, and ... Read full review

Review: Existential Psychotherapy

User Review  - John G. - Goodreads

We used Yalom's textbooks on group counseling when I was in graduate school back in the day and I was so intrigued with his writing ability and his earnest approach, that I decided to read quite a few ... Read full review


User ratings

5 stars
16
4 stars
6
3 stars
1
2 stars
0
1 star
0

5 stars - 15
2 stars - 0
1 star - 0

Editorial reviews - 0
User reviews - 1