International Journal of Existential Positive Psychology

Vol 3 No 2 (2010):
International Journal of Existential Psychology & Psychotherapy

This issue includes Dr. Paul T. P. Wong’s editorial on meaning-centered applications in organizations, four selected proceedings on death acceptance from the 5th Biennial International Meaning Conference—“Living Well and Dying Well: New Frontiers of Positive Psychology, Therapy, and Spiritual Care”—and three submitted articles.

Published: 2010-12-01

Editorial

The PURE Way to Create Lean and Excellent Organizations

Paul T. P. Wong, Ph.D

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Meaning Conference Proceedings

Meaning Making and Death Acceptance

Paul T. P. Wong, Ph.D

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Exploring Attitudes Towards Death and Life Through Story and Metaphor

Zvi Bellin, Ph.D

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A Meaningful Death as a Function of a Meaningful Life: An Integrity Model Perspective

Nedra R. Lander, Ph.D, Danielle Nahon, Ph.D

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The Journey of Shakespeare’s Pericles: Young People Discover Personal Meaning Through the Theme of Death and Resurrection

Alistair Martin-Smith, Ph.D

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Articles

What Helps and What Hinders Thesis Completion: A Critical Incident Study

Jane C. W. Ho, Paul T. P. Wong, Ph.D., Lilian C. J. Wong

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Franklian psychology: Infusing counsellor education with a meaningful spirit

Trace Pirtle, Ed.D.

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A Longitudinal Case Study of Graduate School as Logotherapy for an International Ph.D. Student Studying in the United States

Amber Esping

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