Structure and Principles for a Short-Term Psychological Therapy
Mark Rayner and Randolph Quinault have written a chapter ‘Lost for words: using Existential Experimentation in a GP practice’ which describes how EASE Wellbeing works with clients, allowing them to occupy the therapeutic space and gives a case study example of how this manifests in practice.
Existential Experimentation- an exploration of the theme naked and dangerous 2017
Mark Rayner, Chekkie Kauntze & Lauren Sayers. Existential Experimentation: From being and doing to an approach that addresses the theme of ‘Insider and Outsider’.
Sayers, L. & Rayner, M. (2016). What do clients want from therapy? Hermeneutic circular – Newsletter of the Society for Existential Analysis, April 2016.
Rayner, M., & Vitali, D. (2015). Short-Term Existential Psychotherapy in Primary Care A Quantitative Report. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 0022167815569884
Rayner, M., & Vitali, D. (2015). Psicoterapia Existencial de Corto Plazo en Atención Primaria: Un Reporte Cuantitativo. ALPE Journal October 2015
Rayner, M., & Vitali, D. (2014). CORE Blimey! Existential Therapy Scores GOALS!. Existential Analysis: Journal of the Society for Existential Analysis, 25(2).
Rayner, M. & Vitali, D. (2013). Measuring a short term existential therapeutic intervention in the NHS. Hermeneutic circular – Newsletter of the Society for Existential Analysis, October 2013.
Society of Existential Analysis- ‘Naked and Dangerous’Conference 2017
IMEC and ICPCP Conference 2017 – Constructivist methods and Existential therapy
SEA 2015 – Being & Doing
Rayner, M., Vitali, D., Jeans, A., Smith, S. & Sayers, L.
SEPI 2015 – Where practice and research converge Rayner, M., Vitali, D.
SEPI 2014 – How Psychotherapy Integration is Put into Practice
Rayner, M., Vitali, D.
SEPI 2013 – Existential Experimentation