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Executive Stand Steady Standing Desk - Stand up Desk Converter - Holds Two Monitors! (Black)
Executive Stand Steady Standing Desk - Stand up Desk Converter - Holds Two Monitors! (Black)
Offered by Stand Steady UK
Price: £189.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Helpful for both posture and mental focus, 5 May 2016
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An excellent piece of equipment. Very easy to assemble. In addition to the benefits for posture I think it also helps me stay more focussed on what I am actually in front of the computer to do! I have immediately ordered one for the office as well.

Meditation and Violence
Meditation and Violence
Price: £6.19

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Deliciously Dark Seductively Intelligent, 28 Nov. 2013
Its been a long time since I happened upon an album of such intensity and depth. Dawn Lintern's fantastic voice can reach heights of rage and depths of dark rumination. A Fantastic post punk electro fix for the ears and a bit of musical existential therapy for the soul...

Practising Existential Psychotherapy: The Relational World
Practising Existential Psychotherapy: The Relational World
by Ernesto Spinelli
Edition: Paperback

22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars An Excellent Framework for Existential Practice, 6 Feb. 2008
Ernesto Spinelli's books are notable for the degree to which they provide an accessable whilst challenging entry into the practice of existential therapy. In contrast to the often dark and confusing ramblings of many in the psychotherapy field his discussions of existential practice are clear and relatively free of Heideggerian hyphens. This text provides both an overview of the phiosophical and theoretical basis of existential therapy and suggests that the 'essence' of existential theory can be identified as the focus on relatedness, anxiety and uncertainty. Of particular value to the student psychotherapist or psychologist as well as the more advanced practitioner is the second half of the book which presents a framework for the practice of existential therapy according to a three phase model. Each of these overlapping phases is discussed in terms of the presence of relatedness, anxiety and uncertainty for both client as well as practitioner. Spinelli's model of practice opens many avenues of potential dialogue with other approaches to therapy and as such will have a very wide appeal. An excellent text that, along with all of this authors previous works, belongs on the shelf of all existentially informed practitioners whatever their preferred brand name!

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