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Although covering a lot of different ground, the reading content for the week pr
Although covering a lot of different ground, the reading content for the week provides some important opportunities for you to link together compassionate approaches to therapy. Your job in the below conversation is to first explain how these different therapeutic approaches are influenced by the notion of "self-compassion," and second, how a case study of your choosing shows the differences between these perspectives and the psychodynamic perspective. Before participating in the below activity, please be sure to read the following journal articles in this module: Crozier, D. (2014). Self-compassion. An introduction to self-compassion and its relevance in gestalt therapy(Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.) [PDF, File Size 339 KB]. Gestalt Journal of Australia & New Zealand, 10(2), 85-108. Edwards, W., & Milton, M. (2014). Retirement therapy? Older people's experiences of existential therapy relating to their transition to retirement(Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.) [PDF, File Size 161 KB]. Counselling Psychology Review, 29(2), 43-53. Then respond to the following: Giving reference to the Crozier et al. and Edwards et al. readings, explain how the concept of self-compassion could be used effectively in gestalt and existential therapeutic approaches. (Please be sure to specifically discuss the transition into retirement addressed by Edwards et al.) Explain the ways in which person-centered and existential approaches to therapy differ from the classic psychodynamic perspective. Provide one important example of a case study (you choose the case), in which the classic psychodynamic approach would prove less effective than a person-centered or existential approach.

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