Journal of Experiential Psychotherapy

Archive 2019

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Journal of Experiential Psychotherapy

VOL 22 no 2 (86) June 2019

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1. Effectiveness of Treatment of Veterans with PTSD: a Critical Review (p. 3 - 14) 
Author: Robert Holmes*, Ian Snape**
*Neurocoaching Australia. Canberra, ACT, Australia
**Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia


2. Stress and Coping Strategies among Teachers in Gymnasium Schools (p. 15 - 23)
Authors: Marcela Popescu*, Alina Cîrjă**, Ancuța Duminică*
*Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Bucharest, Romania
**Faculty of Educational Sciences, “Dimitrie Cantemir” University, Bucharest, Romania


3. Mental Health and Adverse Psychosocial Factors in Cardiovascular Patients. An Exploratory and Descriptive Study(p. 24 - 30)
Author: Andreea Elena Mustață
Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Bucharest, Romania


4. A Clinical and Projective Approach to the Mourning Process in the Family System (p. 31 - 38)
Authors: Elena Otilia Vladislav*, Rozeta Drăghici**
*Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Bucharest, Romania
**“Ana Aslan” National Institute of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Bucharest, Romania


5. The Development of Emotional Intelligence and Self-Esteem through an Experiential Unifying Psychotherapeutic Intervention in Adolescents (p. 39 - 50)
Author: Anita V. Dănciulescu
Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Bucharest, Romania


6. Info (p. 51)

 


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Journal of Experiential Psychotherapy

VOL 22 no 1 (85) March 2019

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1. Using a Behavioral Model of Excellence to Improve Organizational Performance: Benefits and Pitfalls (p. 3 - 10)

Author: Terrence L. McClendon
NLP LifeSets, Australia

 

2. Rewarding Self-Liberation. The Use of NLPt in Lifestyle Improvement and Weight-Control (p. 11-20)

Author: Roland Kasek
Institute of Psychology, KRE-BTK, Budapest, Hungary


3. Early Maladaptive Schemas and Behavioral Coping Mechanisms in Relationship with Bulimic Symptomatology (p. 21-29)

Author: Roxana Radomir-Belițoiu
Timișoara, Romania

4. Depression in Children Diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): Aggressive Behavior and Impairments in Peer Relationships as Predictors (p.30-38)

Authors: Geanina Cucu-Ciuhan*, Anita Valentina Dănciulescu**
*Department of Psychology, Communication Sciences and Social Work, Faculty of Educational Sciences, Social Sciences and Psychology, University of Pitești, Romania
**Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Bucharest, Romania

5. Effects of Mindfulness Techniques on Oncological Adolescent Patients – a Qualitative Psychological Study (p. 39-48)

Authors: Ioana-Valentina Neacșu*, Elena Otilia Vladislav**
*P.A.V.E.L. Association, Bucharest, Romania
**Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Bucharest, Romania


6. The Maternal Postnatal Disorders – Assessment and Intervention from a Maternological Perspective (p. 49-62)

Authors: Simina Angelescu, Daniela Marincaş
The Franco-Romanian Association “Bébé Bienvenu”, Bucharest, Romania


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