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Brad Strawn

The Unbearable Embeddedness of Being: Toward a Post-Cartesian Psychotherapy

Evelyn and Frank Freed Professor of the Integration of Psychology and Theology, Department of Clinical Psychology, Fuller School of Psychology
May 11, 2013

Dr. Brad Strawn explains the negative consequences of Cartesian philosophy in psychotherapy and argues for the benefits of a post-Cartesian philosophy in this field. Dr. Strawn advocates a monist understanding of individuals, showing that this leads to a fuller ability of a client to take responsibility for his or her actions and realities. Dr. Kevin Seybold and Dr. Nancy Duvall respond to his argument.

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