Results 1 – 12 of 19 Süchtig sein: Entstehung, Formen und Behandlung von Abhängigkeiten (German Edition). Jan 1, by Prof Alfried Längle and Christian. PRESIDENT. Alfried Längle, M.D., Ph.D., Vienna, Austria [email protected] VICE-PRESIDENT. Christoph Kolbe, Ped. Results 1 – 16 of 22 Existenzanalyse und Daseinsanalyse: Reihe Psychotherapie: Ansätze und Akzente 3. 1 Nov by Alfried Längle and Alice Holzhey-Kunz.

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Many things become understandable when carefully examined. The current legislation allows for recognition only as a supplementary method in the medical formation in psychotherapy.

After inner positioning, a person is ready to discern his or her will. Then, the person brings a particular situation into context through private contemplation, a process langlle sifting and sorting other experiences relative to the situation in order to understand.

It is a natural defense against this pain to avoid dealing with reality as it is, yet the work cannot continue unless reality is established.

How do I judge her behavior? Psychotherapeutic Application of PEA The terminology of Personal Existential Analysis can be seen as a tautology since existence, by definition, is always personal.

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Of course this has to be respected and is needed for their stability. Although the overarching logical goal of quitting smoking may be established, the person, through remaining in a dialogical posture with oneself in each decision point through the process of changing a habit, is able to mindfully experience his or her own presence in the situation, which fosters development of the personality.


The GLE has been recognised as an official institution of training in psychotherapy since the current legislation came into effect inand it is valid for social insurance. Pursuing other-understanding is necessary to restore trust into the world and in the Mitwelt world of the othersin order to have an orientation for being together. First, the therapist guides the client in articulating, based on the direction of movement inherent in his or her will, what he or she wants to do.

How is it for you and for your life? What gives my life meaning? Do I like to live?

Janelle Kwee & Alfried Langle – Phenomenology in Psychotherapeutic Praxis

What does this mean in practice? It is intentional, felt, reflected, and carefully chosen in concordance with the inner self. By stating what happened, when, how, and with whom, a person moves into a concrete admission of the facts.

The person then needs to regain power over him or herself, to be sovereign over its own. At this step of the process, the therapist offers support and solidarity to the client. This sensitization expands the personal freedom within which one may experience self-acceptance and self-determination.

Sometimes it is advisable to announce a wish to encounter or talk and ask for a private time. The work of PEA is concerned with locating personhood in its authenticity, enabling openness and exchange with the world.

Although a real decision incorporates inner consent, deciding is understood more commonly in cognitive terms, whereas one must be completely personally oneself in order to give consent. On the basis of understanding and sensed positioning, followed by a cognitive confrontation of the content with knowledge and experience, arises a deep inner movement which calls for action.


In the psychotherapeutic application of PEA, the therapist helps the person give adequate answers by connecting them to their faculties for dialogue with themselves and the world.

Describing the facts, including feelings, of the existential situation helps a person to find blind spots, to recognize more fully his or her inner and outer reality, and to enter a relationship with it. Brigitte Heitger, Berne, Switzerland brigitte. Is there an inner movement that makes you want to do something with your situation?

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The first step PEA 0 of description and information gathering is a common step in most psychotherapeutic processes. The raw affective reaction is taken up in a reflective process of inner dialogue. The psychotherapy training offered by the GLE-International was recognised by the state health authorities in and is valid for social insurance.

Sometimes, there is nothing to be done. Who is the recipient of expression in this phase of dialogue? Do you have the feeling that you want to make use of the information you have considered, the position that you have identified?

The will in a holistic sense is born.