This is a brief, personal reflection geared to the general reader intended to convey something of the essence of existential psychotherapy.
This is a published article that advocates for an existentially-oriented psychotherapeutic approach to work with individuals who have suffered brain injuries in order to specifically address their need for psychical or soul healing vs. tissue healing.
This is the Abstract of a dissertation submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the PhD in Clinical Psychology that Eliezer Margolis received from the University of Rhode Island in 1990. It is 496 pages in length, and includes 326 references. Key words in the text are: illness beliefs, illness meaning, perceived illness controllability, ethnomedicine, social cognition, cognitive anthropology, confirmatory factor analysis, LISREL, the BADIT. A link is provided for accessing the entire dissertation.