I Am Large, I Contain Multitudes. Ambivalence and Existential Strength in Experiential-Existential Psychotherapy – Trees Depoorter

Psychotherapists are constantly confronted with contradictions in clients and within themselves. In this paper, I...

Last updated 16 May 2024

Psychotherapists are constantly confronted with contradictions in clients and within themselves. In this paper, I will argue that ambivalence is an uncomfortable yet meaningful experience, responding to the ambiguities and paradoxes of existence.

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I Am Large, I Contain Multitudes. Ambivalence and Existential Strength in Experiential-Existential Psychotherapy - Trees Depoorter

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Trees Depoorter

Trees Depoorter (1977, Belgium) became a person-centered and existential psychotherapist, after studying philosophy and clinical psychology. She works as an individual and group psychotherapist in a private practice in Brussels and in Ghent. Currently, she is also chair of the Flemish Association of Client-centered and Experiential Psychotherapy and Counseling (VVCEPC).