Theoretical, Clinical, Practical, and Personal Reflections on the Case of "Keo"
Keywords:Existential Psychotherapy; Person-Centered Psychotherapy; depression; native Hawaiian culture; religious curses and healers of them; case study; clinical case study.
I want to thank Arthur Bohart (2023) and Amy Curtis and Ronald Miller (2023) for each writing an excellent commentary on my existential, multicultural case study of "Keo" (Shapiro, 2023). In this response, I begin by discussing Bohart’s comments, which deal with more theoretical issues; and then I turn to the questions raised by Curtis and Miller, which address more clinical, practical, and personal issues.
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