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The third step of understanding in PEA 2 is to explicitly clarify what is not understood, or what does not appear to be understandable for both the client and the therapist. How is it for you and for langlf life?

The basic question is, what happened? Although a real decision incorporates inner consent, langls is understood more commonly in cognitive terms, whereas one must be completely personally oneself in order to give consent.

Dialogue has an addressee. We can say that a person is called into an encounter when he or she is receptive to being addressed.

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Do you have the feeling that you want to make use of the information you have considered, the position that you have identified? Why does it hurt so much, shatter, disturb, irritate? Consent emphasizes the emotional aspect of a decision and must be separated from external demands associated with ideologies, parents, education, or the social climate.

In the steps of PEA, several processes take place. The process of understanding involves three steps. Psychotherapy, 49 4 Through the capacity for receptivity, one is open to being touched by and called into an encounter with the unique world that corresponds to your own life. These situations may also fit into a broader theme or pattern in the relationship, leading to increasingly integrated inner positioning and decisiveness.


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Inner Positioning PEA 2: However, sometimes facts remain that are simply not understandable to a person. The therapist helps the client, as a person who is emerging into the potential of his or her unique personality, stay connected to his or her authenticity and self-worth, as well as to the meaning and value in his or her intentions. How do we describe this, methodologically?

A Transtheoretical Analysis, Eighth Edition. In giving inner consent, one experiences oneself as free. A person is able to give an answer. At this step of the process, the therapist offers support and solidarity to the client. As understanding is less concrete and tangible than the other elements, we describe it first by its absence.

The renewal of humanism in European psychotherapy. Cognitive Evaluation Taking a Stand. However, the individual characteristics of body, soul, and spirit, which cannot adequately be observed or measured in the scientifically oriented paradigms, are the primary themes of interest in EA.

As a phenomenological method to psychotherapy, the practice of Personal Existential Analysis facilitates an idiographic description and understanding of a person in his or her unique situation in the world.

To whom does one need to answer?

In some cases of extreme trauma or violation, people do not want to try to understand the other person for self-protection. By stating what happened, when, how, and with whom, a person moves into a concrete admission of the facts.

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In exposing the processes of PEA, we offer a praxis-focused description of phenomenology. Do you recognize the values which were hurt, the expectations, the needs and hopes, about the life history behind? The raw affective reaction is taken up in a reflective process of inner dialogue.

Together, within the theoretical framework of EA, the four existential fundamental motivations make up the cornerstones of existence. The work of PEA is concerned with locating personhood in its authenticity, enabling openness and exchange with the world.

alried What do you make of it; What do you personally say to it? It may not be so difficult for this person to decide to quit smoking. The person then needs to regain power over him or herself, alfrieed be sovereign over its own. Thus, the central considerations in PEA are the alfrie and existence, where the person is the center of existence.

It is then possible to give inner consent to not taking up a cigarette at one point during the day, but experience full consent in smoking in another moment. Abstract Personal Existential Analysis PEA is the primary psychotherapeutic method utilized in Existential Analysis EAa phenomenological and person-centered psychotherapy that aims to facilitate discovery of a responsible way of dealing with oneself and the world for a fulfilled and mentally and emotionally free existence.