Archive 2020


Journal of Experiential Psychotherapy

VOL 23 no. 4 (92) December 2020

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1. The Criticality of Vertical Development in NLP Coaching in an Intensely V.U.C.A. World (p. 3-21)
Author: Barney Wee
International University of Professional Studies, Hawaii, U.S.A.
International Association of Coaching Institutes

2. Marital Adjustment and Emotion Regulation between Personal Choices and Family Legacy (p. 22-33)
Authors: Roxana I. Hosu*, Laura E. Năstasă**
*Hosu and Neagoe Professional Civil Society of Psychology, Brasov, Romania
**Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences, Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania

3. Couple Dynamic and Bipolar Disorder (p. 34-43)
Author: Ilinca Cristina Vlaicu
Department of Psychology, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Bucharest, Romania

4. The Hierarchy of Needs from the ‘Urge for Motherhood’ Perspective (p. 44-50)
Author: Silvia-Carmen Mikulović
Hyperion University, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Bucharest
Craiova County Emergency Clinical Hospital, Romania

5. The Relationship between Experienced Discrimination and the Level of Empathy in Members of the LGBT Community (p. 51-58)
Author: Vladimir A. Dragomir
Department of Psychology, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Bucharest, Romania

6. “Take My Hand”. Parent-Child Reconnection in Experiential Approach, through a Boardgame (p. 59-73)
Authors: Adina Gabriela Tomșa, Elena O. Vladislav
Department of Psychology, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Bucharest, Romania

7. Info (p. 74)

 

 


 

Journal of Experiential Psychotherapy

VOL 23 no. 3 (91) September 2020

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1. The Identity Formation Process of Immigrant Children: a Case Study Synthesis  (p. 3-13)
Author: Jose Carbajal
School of Social Work, Stephen F. Austin State University, USA

 
2. Resilience in Children with a Divorce History in Their Origin Families – A Case Study on a Preadolescent  (p. 14-24)
Authors: Ruxandra A. Ivaşcu, Elena O. Vladislav
Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Psychology Department, University of Bucharest, Romania


3.  The Compassion Dimension in Bullying in High School Students  (p. 25-37)
Author: Teodora Zăbavă
Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Psychology Department, University of Bucharest, Romania


4. The Emotional State and Self-Esteem when Dealing with Cyberbullying in Adolescents  (p. 38-46)
Authors: Teodora A. Ghinea, Elena O. Vladislav
Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Psychology Department, University of Bucharest, Romania


5. The Relation between the Dark Triad and Social Media Addiction, with the Moderating Role of Social Anxiety in Young People  (p. 47-59)
Author: Cristina N. Necula
Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Psychology Department, University of Bucharest, Romania


6. COVID-19. How did the Coronavirus Pandemic and Lockdown Affect Psychological Functioning? A Micro-study among Romanian Population  (p. 60-67)
Authors: Camelia Nicoleta Neguţ*, Vasile Constantin**
*“Danubius” University, Department of Psychology, Galaţi, Romania
**SPER Institute, Romania


7. Info  (p. 68)

 

   


Journal of Experiential Psychotherapy

VOL 23 no 2 (90) June 2020

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1. Social Determinants Associated with on-demand Abortion in Romanian Women. An Exploratory Research  (p. 3-14)
Author: Silvia-Carmen Mikulović
Hyperion University, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Bucharest
Craiova County Emergency Clinical Hospital, Romania

 


2. When Dragons Become Heroes: the Resignification and Integration of Negative Emotions through Expressive-Creative Techniques  (p. 15-22)
Author: Ionela-Valeria Duină
Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Psychology Department, University of Bucharest, Romania

 


3.  A Psychotherapeutic Intervention Example in the Case of a Depressed Adolescent  (p. 23-34)
Authors: Valentina Bianca Alexandru, Elena Otilia Vladislav
Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Psychology Department, University of Bucharest, Romania

 


4. Experiential-Eclectic Psychotherapeutic Intervention in Anxiety-Depressive Disorders (p. 35-55)
Author: Andrei Stoica
Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Psychology Department, University of Bucharest, Romania

 


5. Humanistic Experiential Psychotherapy for Depression: a Case Study  (p. 56-65)
Authors: Ligiana Mihaela Petre, Maria Gemescu
Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Psychology Department, University of Bucharest, Romania

 


6. The Experience of Loneliness Approached through the Perspective of Unifying Experiential Psychotherapy (p. 66-76)
Author: Ileana-Brândușa Tănăsescu
Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Psychology Department, University of Bucharest, Romania

 

7.  Info (p. 77)

 

  


Journal of Experiential Psychotherapy

VOL 23 no 1 (89) March 2020

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1. Towards Deep Emotions in Psychotherapy – Tailored Approaches to the Client’s Attachment Strategy  (p. 3-14)
Authors: Mădălina Voicu, Roxana-Alina Olaru
SPER Institute, Romania 

 

2. A Baby for My Dad (Case Study of a Mother Giving Birth to a Stillborn Baby)  (p. 15-26)
Author: Silvia-Carmen Mikulović
Hyperion University, Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Department of Psychology, Bucharest
Craiova County Emergency Clinical Hospital, Romania

 

3. Development of Pre and Postnatal Attachment through Experiential Exercises  (p. 27-35)
Author: Oana Bunescu
BébéBienvenu Franco-Romanian Association, Bucharest, Romania

 

4. The Identity Archetypes and Self-Esteem: a Symbolic Analysis of Therapeutic Stories within Creative Improvisation through Literature  (p. 36-42)
Authors: Vasile Constantin, Alexandru-Filip Popovici
Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Psychology Department, University of Bucharest, Romania

 

5. Health-Related Attitudes toward Vegetarians and Meat-Eaters  (p. 43-48)
Authors: Lorena Antonovici, Maria Nicoleta Turliuc
Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Psychology Department, Alexandru I. Cuza University of Iași, Romania

 

6. Psychological Aspects in Cardiovascular Patients  (p. 49-58)
Authors: Andreea Elena Mustață
Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Psychology Department, University of Bucharest, Romania
“Prof. Dr. Agrippa Ionescu” Clinical Emergency Hospital

 

7.  Info  (p. 59)