Multiple psychotherapeutic approaches and perspectives on eco-anxiety

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In highly diverse psychotherapy practices, psychotherapists with their individual schemas and personalities treat patients who are just as individual, each with his/her own partially dysfunctional schema, personality, worldview, and life situation. Intuition gained through experience is often applied, and a wide range of perspectives, techniques, and treatment options appropriate to the specific situation and psychotherapist-patient relationship are required for successful treatment of eco-anxiety manifestations. … analytical psychology, logotherapy and existential analysis, psychodrama, and Morita-therapy. …

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