Daseinsanalysis

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Daseinsanalysis (German: Daseinsanalyse) is an existentialist approach to psychoanalysis. It was developed by Ludwig Binswanger who heavily borrowed from Heidegger and applied his concepts such as Being-in-the-world to psychotherapy. Daseinsanalysis was furthered by Medard Boss who was inspired by Husserl and thus applied existential and phenomenological frameworks to finding meaning, especially in dream analysis.[1]

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  1. ^ Emmy van Deurzen (1997), Everyday Myserties: Existential dimensions of Psychotherapy, Routledge 

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