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Chapter 1: Introduction
- An introduction to pluralism McLeod, J., & Cooper, M. (2012). Pluralistic counselling and psychotherapy. In C. Feltham & I. Horton (Eds.), The Sage Handbook of Counselling and Psychotherapy (pp. 368–371). London: Sage.
- Existential therapy and research Cooper, M. (2004). Viagra for the brain: Psychotherapy research and the challenge of existential therapeutic practice. Existential Analysis, 15(1), 2–14.
- Existential therapy and pluralism: notes
- A personal perspective on social change Cooper, M. (2006). Socialist humanism: A progressive politics for the twenty-first century. In G. Proctor, M. Cooper, P. Sanders, & B. Malcolm (Eds.), Politicising the Person-Centred Approach: An Agenda for Social Change (pp. 80–94). Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.
- Protocols for a meta-analysis of existential therapies Reprint of: Cooper, M., Vos, J., & Craig, M. (2011). Protocol for EXIST review. Glasgow: University of Strathclyde.
- Annotated existential therapies reading list
Chapter 2: Relational foundations
- Dialogue. Cooper, M., Chak, A., Cornish, F., & Gillespie, A. (2012). Dialogue: Bridging personal, community and social transformation. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 53(1), 70–93.
- A moment of relational depth: notes.
- Strategies of Disconnection Inventory.
- Understanding client distress from a relational perspective: notes
- The I-I and I-Me self-relational stances. Cooper, M. (2003). ‘I–I’ And ‘I–Me’: Transposing Buber’s interpersonal attitudes to the intrapersonal plane. Journal of Constructivist Psychology, 16(2), 131–153.
Chapter 3: Working phenomenolgically
- Existential therapy and postmodernism. Cooper, M. (1999). The discourse of existence: Existential-phenomenological psychotherapy in a postmodern world. Journal of the Society for Existential Analysis, 10(2), 93–101.
- Self-plurality from an existential perspective. Cooper, M. (1996). Modes of existence: Towards a phenomenological polypsychism. Journal of the Society for Existential Analysis, 7(2), 50–56.
- Methods of personification.Cooper, M., & Cruthers, H. (1999). Facilitating the expression of subpersonalities: A review and analysis of techniques. In J. Rowan & M. Cooper (Eds.), The plural self: Multiplicity in everyday life (pp. 198–212). London: Sage.
- Existential black ice: notes
- Evidence and examples critical of a phenomenological focus: notes
Chapter 4: Freedom and choice
Chapter 5: Limitations
- Existential therapy and genetics Cooper, M. (2001). The genetic given: Towards an existential understanding of inherited ‘personality traits’. Journal of the Society for Existential Analysis, 12(1), 2–12.
- Empathising with anxiety of facing limitations: notes
Chapter 6: Purpose and meaning
- Existential perspectives on the past Cooper, M. (1998). ‘The tools of being: An existential perspective on the past’, Counsellor and Psychotherapist Dialogue, 1(3), 12–15.
- Integrated psycho-social model of wants Cooper, M. (2012). A hierarchy of wants: Towards an integrative framework for counselling, psychotherapy and social change. Glasgow: University of Strathclyde.
- Goals Form
Chapter 7: Interpersonal perceptions and metaperceptions
- Exploring the inter-perceptual world Cooper, M. (2009). Interpersonal perceptions and metaperceptions: Psychotherapeutic practice in the inter-experiential realm. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 49(1), 85–99.
- Challenging clients’ metaperceptions in the immediate here-and-now: notes
- Metaperceptions: a group training exercise.