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The Nature of Existence

Health, WellBeing and the Natural World

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Red Globe Press

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14 November 2018

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This textbook explores the relationship between the natural world and psychological well-being. It draws upon a wide context, brings the experience of our existence as part of the wider natural world to the forefront...

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This textbook explores the relationship between the natural world and psychological well-being. It draws upon a wide context, brings the experience of our existence as part of the wider natural world to the forefront throughout, and relates it to therapy practice in mainstream settings. 

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  •         Exercises to prompt an exploration of the beneficial relationship we as humans can develop with our natural surroundings.
  •          Incorporates increasingly popular ecotherapy in to mainstream therapeutic practice
  •         Chapters end with `Implications for Practice'; a summation of learning and the larger ideas which have been explored
  •        Case studies and experiences demonstrate how lessons can be practically applied

Context of the Human-Nature Relationship
The Importance of Place
The Rhythms of Existence
The Natural Body
The Nature of Healing
Who Am I?
A Spiritual Existence
Natural Integration


Reconnecting to nature is one of the most fundamental things we can do for ourselves. This book shows that it is also one of the most healing, one of the most self-revealing and perhaps one of the most transformative and spiritual things we can do in our lives. In a world of constant change and uncertainty, immersion in nature provides us with new and clearer ways of seeing and being. – Professor Emmy van Deurzen, Existential Academy, London
For too long we have, incorrectly, assumed nature to be a ‘thing’ separate to us. The Nature of Existence helps us reconsider this. Like a dawn walk through the savannah, it is a visceral experience as much as an intellectual one, offering us clarity, about the world and our place in it. – Professor Martin Milton, Regents University, London
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Charlotte Harkness is Deputy Course Leader for the professional doctorate at the New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling (NSPC), UK. She is vice-chair of the Society of Psychotherapy and vice-chair of the organising committee for the first World Congress for Existential Therapy.


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Charlotte Harkness is Deputy Course Leader for the professional doctorate at the New School of Psychotherapy and Counselling (NSPC), UK. She is vice-chair of the Society of Psychotherapy and vice-chair of the organising committee for the first World Congress for Existential Therapy.


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