Monthly Archives: March 2016

Thoughts on Buddhist and Western concepts of attachment

Western conceptions of attachment theory, at first glance, seem very different to Buddhist notions of attachment but, I suggest, this is partly down to interpretations and use of the word, rather than necessarily a divergence of concept. In thinking about … Continue reading

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Introducing this blog

This blog is designed to explore ideas related to existential psychotherapy. Initially, I will focus on two related but distinct areas for discussion. The purpose of the first is to discuss the connections and distinctions between western existentialism (that is … Continue reading

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