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oa Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology - Editorial

 

Abstract

This final edition for 2013 comprises five theoretical papers, ranging from an explication of a longitudinal phenomenological research methodology, through to exploring the experiential identity transition from being a practising psychologist to an academic psychologist, while another paper approaches the teaching of phenomenology through the notion of 'mindfulness'. This edition also carries papers dealing with the implications of patients' lived space in a hospital setting as distinct from being within the context of one's own home, in addition to a therapy case-study on retrospective reflections of a client's post-traumatic stress disorder. The final paper of this edition is a review of a book dealing with holistic counselling.

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2013-10-01
2016-12-05
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